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    Rust bluing results

    I am in the end stages of building my Traditions .50 cal Kentucky rifle kit. Still waiting for BLO to fully dry. Some like the dark brown rust look; however, I wanted this to be blued, so last weekend, I undertook the rust bluing of the barrel. I used the rusting compound from DGW. In...
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    Percussion cap holders

    So, I have a ASM Colt Walker and a Pietta 1851 Navy .36 on it's way. Loading caps has always been a major pain, so I got poking around on Thingiverse. Thingiverse is a website of 3D models that people have designed. I have a 3D printer so I'm going to punch out a handful of these things. Someone...
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    New 1851 Navy

    Well, I'd been having trouble sourcing #10 percussion caps for my ASM Colt Walker but found some in Northern Virginia. Minimum 2,000 per order. So, I bit the bullet and snagged them. It is more than I'll likely shoot in a few years but it got me looking... My wife hates it when I do that. So, I...
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    Kit rifle engraving ideas.

    Good day, all. I'm in the process of starting to work on my Traditions flintlock Kentucky rifle kit. The first steps will be working on the fitment of the lock, trigger, etc... and also sanding the stock pieces down to be flush with the brass butt and stock joining plates. I'm still waiting on...
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    Traditions Kentucky rifle kit arrived.

    Well, my initial foray into black powder muzzle loaders started yesterday with the arrival of a Traditions 50 caliber Kentucky flintlock rifle. I didn't want to jump in too deep and the Traditions kits are well known and not terribly expensive. Lack of instructions wasn't too big of a deal as I...
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    Finishing a barrel

    So, I took the plunge earlier this week and picked up a Traditions Kentucky flintlock .50 caliber kit.... Curses to the BP Flintlock guys at the range... As a kit, it needs to have several things done to get it into shooting condition. The first one step that I am planning on tackling is the...
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    Hello all or "Well, that didn't take long."

    Good day all. I live in N.E. Tennessee at the feet of the Appalachians and have been into shooting in one form or another for most of my life. I actually moved here from Illinois back in 2006 and it was the best thing that I have ever done. I am an RSO at our local gun club which I enjoy as it...
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