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  1. Andrewmtnman

    FOR SALE New Custom 45 Cal Flintlock Muzzleloader, Siler, Flame Maple Stock, Davis Triggers

    That is a beautiful rifle Dave, good luck. For anyone interested, I’ve bought a rifle from AZ before and he was a pleasure to work with.
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    April 2022 Postal Match

    No worries! Prayers have been sent. Thank you for making the postal shoot happen we do enjoy it. Russ
  3. Andrewmtnman

    Rhode Island flint?

    Charlestown and Narragansett today. I’ll keep looking as we walk the beach
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    Rhode Island flint?

    Didn’t find anything but we are headed back today. I’ll poke around some more
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    Rhode Island flint?

    Visiting the shore today. Any chance some of the stones are chirt??
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    What Muzzleloading Stuff Did You Do Today?

    RR where did you order from? Custom?
  7. Andrewmtnman

    SOLD 32 cal CVA Varmit

    Don't let them scare you off! If your a BP shooter, stick around, chew the meat and spit out the bones. Glad you sold that nice little rifle
  8. Andrewmtnman

    Hell from Arkansas

    Welcome, you found a good place to learn. Double barrels pistol sounds interesting. Put up some pics!! I spent a little time in Camden when my son lived there. We loved shooting at the local range, never was any one there but us:)
  9. Andrewmtnman

    Pair of Belgian 1860 Army’s

    Thanks for all the good pics. So the hole on top, closer to the cylinder, is for what? A set screw? Or another pin? It appears threaded. The hole drilled for the pin is about half in the arbor and half in the frame?
  10. Andrewmtnman

    Pair of Belgian 1860 Army’s

    Mike, I’m thinking I should tighten the arbor first. It is ever so slightly loose. In the pic you’ll see what looks like a pin perpendicular to the arbor on top and then a smaller one parallel with the arbor where it comes through the back of the frame. Is this common or do you think it was...
  11. Andrewmtnman

    Newly Interested In Flintlock Rifles

    This is a great place to get all kind of answers. You’ll have to see what suits you. I have recently hunted successfully with a 45 cap lock. Both whitetails weighed around 150# and went down quickly. I just bought a flintlock 45 and am getting used to it, planning to hunt with it in the fall...
  12. Andrewmtnman

    spring flintlock pistol hunting

    Ever try rice? Not really sure what grits look like uncooked. I find a tennis racket works ok. If you really want a good thwap, a canoe paddle is great, especially for the ones that don’t come down low enough.
  13. Andrewmtnman

    What Muzzleloading Stuff Did You Do Today?

    Was at a shoot in NY yesterday put on by ADK Bigfoot. Good times.
  14. Andrewmtnman

    What Muzzleloading Stuff Did You Do Today?

    That looks good, I hope you have a good ventilation system in that trailer/camper!
  15. Andrewmtnman

    Swamp rabbit!

    Thats an impressive way to wear out a couple of kids. Lol
  16. Andrewmtnman

    Pair of Belgian 1860 Army’s

    Thanks Mike, looks like I have some work to do :mad:. Where would I get the parts to complete the repair?
  17. Andrewmtnman

    Proposed NY-VT Border Shoot

    The CT boys had a great time at the very well organized shoot today. Thank you Bigfoot!!!
  18. Andrewmtnman

    What Muzzleloading Stuff Did You Do Today?

    That looks like fun. Have any exterior pics. Looks like an enclosed trailer build
  19. Andrewmtnman

    Swamp rabbit!

    I hunted in way south Texas many years ago and I remember the rabbits down there were huge, like small dogs. Lol. Seems to me they called them Jack rabbits. Is that the same rabbit as a swamp?
  20. Andrewmtnman

    Pair of Belgian 1860 Army’s

    For the fun of it I just took some pics of my arbor and hole. I don’t see any evidence of the arbor bottoming out but not sure. After taking a quick measurement, it definitely does not bottom out. Has at least 1/8” space. I did notice the peened area on the cylinder side of the wedge
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