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Just joined up here, although I have spent a bit of time reading posts here previously I think. Retired Navy(spent most of my time with the USMC though), shot bullseye pistol and high power rifle as a member of the Navy shooting team for several years. Been shooting muzzleloaders as long as I remember, starting with my grandfather's smoothbore as a youngin'. I have several percussion rifles, a flintlock Kentucky, a couple of 1851 Navy revolvers, and even one of those modern Pro Hunter things that doesn't get shot much. A fowler or shotgun is the next thing on my list. Would really like to know down some ducks with a front loader!
 

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Just joined up here, although I have spent a bit of time reading posts here previously I think. Retired Navy(spent most of my time with the USMC though), shot bullseye pistol and high power rifle as a member of the Navy shooting team for several years. Been shooting muzzleloaders as long as I remember, starting with my grandfather's smoothbore as a youngin'. I have several percussion rifles, a flintlock Kentucky, a couple of 1851 Navy revolvers, and even one of those modern Pro Hunter things that doesn't get shot much. A fowler or shotgun is the next thing on my list. Would really like to know down some ducks with a front loader!
welcome from one sailor to another
 
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Just joined up here, although I have spent a bit of time reading posts here previously I think. Retired Navy(spent most of my time with the USMC though), shot bullseye pistol and high power rifle as a member of the Navy shooting team for several years. Been shooting muzzleloaders as long as I remember, starting with my grandfather's smoothbore as a youngin'. I have several percussion rifles, a flintlock Kentucky, a couple of 1851 Navy revolvers, and even one of those modern Pro Hunter things that doesn't get shot much. A fowler or shotgun is the next thing on my list. Would really like to know down some ducks with a front loader!
Spring and Fall BP shoots in Fayetteville, Crosse Creek Pistol and Rifle Club. Google them and get on their email list for events! A great club and group of shooters.
 
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