I don't think Dixie carries it anymore.
But that train going east still has not made it to the station:confused:
You can clamp that was surgical tubing or strip of inner tube tightly wrapped around the stock.
I find it ironic that the great flintlock revival is driven by computers. It's a great time to build a rifle.
If you use glue be sure to clamp crack completly closed and be sure to remove any excess .
I really don't like the idea of intentionally exposing a gun to an overload, especially one of questionable quality. What may have been fine...
Might as well cast up some bullets while you are waiting.
Dane is correct. The chances of the drum being in the right place on the lock are slim and none.:oops:
No discernable difference...
Loading with a defective rod can cause one to miss a deer at 50 yds.:mad:
(That's my storey and I'm sticking to it.)
Some triggers have a small adjustment screw to fix this.
Make sure the tip end of the spring is not binding against the sear.
Add material to the end of the sear. Should not take much.
.....and that is why so many old guys are such characters.
Is not fading over time "aging"????:confused:
It's the law of constant consonants. The r that falls off the end of drawer comes to light in the middle of droring, thus preserving the consonant .
As long as I can get......but mostly 44" because that is about the max without going custom.
You can also file a small amount off the bearing surface of the spring.
Closer than you like to think.:(
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