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UndeadPoet

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Well, it is official…Black Powder Maniac Shooter, Mark’s GPR is a tack driver. :)

Good video, Mark! I guess the value of your rifle just went up by hundreds of dollars. :) LOL

‘Poet
 

Y2GREY

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I have a matched set aid .54 GPRs. One is in the blue as most are the other is in brown. Both are flintlocks. I’ve never fired the blue and don’t plan on keeping it. The GPR is a lot lighter than my JBMR. I’m planning to take the Browning out to .58
 

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I have a matched set aid .54 GPRs. One is in the blue as most are the other is in brown. Both are flintlocks. I’ve never fired the blue and don’t plan on keeping it. The GPR is a lot lighter than my JBMR. I’m planning to take the Browning out to .58
Let’s see a pic!
 

Y2GREY

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Yep, just as I suspected. I like them all!
The Brownings were completely American made big bucks back in the day probably why they didn’t sell many but they set the factory produced standard for fit finish and performance but god they are heavy. I paid $300 for mine 2 years ago. It’s a .50 and was a never shot wall hanger so it’s got a few dings. Really shoots well…
 

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