Shared these on the general page, but thought more people might be interested on this one. Thank you for looking
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Hi Maurice. Yes I had that Tennessee 32 cal, but someone wanted it badly, so I passed it forward. Traded it for the 1842 US percussion pistol. Turkish rifle barrel was made up by Paul and is now in the USA. I still have a couple of guns over there.Did'nt you have a Tennasee sort of small call percussion from Beeley moor R' vous I've a pic of it & the assembled 'Beeley Militia 'now with kids of their own I expect. Maybee you put it to flint? What did that old Turkish Brl go into . The Galloping Majors rust steaks I've used up 8 or so. wish Ide bought more . Is the betacked TG one of Ians ?
Great looking collection. A mix of both replicas and originals. And a nice mix of different types/styles. Appears you have the same disease I do. And there's no known cure. LOL I especially like the doglock musket also. And I second/third the motion for more pics and details of that one. I too am both a shooter and collector. That's probably why I don't shoot better than I do. Can't seem to stay with just one gun. My interests are too broad.
Again, great collection and variety.
Just so you won't feel lonely, here is a pic of my flint pistol collection. About 2/3 years old so there's been some new additions since then. Don't know how I would go about photos of all the long guns, percussion, and BPC guns. LOL
On the other hand, I wonder how many on this Forum own just one muzzle loader ? LOLView attachment 29764
Just been to hospital, but I’ll get to it in the next couple of daysCosiTrike, if it is not too much of a bother, could you list which of your muzzle loaders are originals and which are modern replicas?
That is quite a collection, Rick. I think I am feeling a little envy.