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Arkie72327

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I have been shooting black powder in revolvers for a few years, and just now getting into shooting muzzleloading rifles. It all started with a Remington NMA revolver from Traditions (Pietta clone) I bought on a whim at Sportsman's Warehouse. It gets shot fairly regularly, I will admit I "cheat" and use Pyrodex pellets just because it is easy to shoot multiple cylinder fulls in an outing.

I have since managed to get an original 1864 NMA that is in shootable condition (I had to clean out a couple of the nipples that were blocked up) and a Remington Beals Navy (it is a project that needs a new cylinder pin but is in pretty decent condition for it's age). I also have a Second Generation Colt Third Dragoon that is new in the box that probably won't ever get shot.

I joined finally as it seems my ML interests have grown over the years and it is time to participate in a good group. I have a Browning Mountain Rifle in .50 coming that is in shooter condition that will get regularly exercised.
 

MtHoot

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I have been shooting black powder in revolvers for a few years, and just now getting into shooting muzzleloading rifles. It all started with a Remington NMA revolver from Traditions (Pietta clone) I bought on a whim at Sportsman's Warehouse. It gets shot fairly regularly, I will admit I "cheat" and use Pyrodex pellets just because it is easy to shoot multiple cylinder fulls in an outing.

I have since managed to get an original 1864 NMA that is in shootable condition (I had to clean out a couple of the nipples that were blocked up) and a Remington Beals Navy (it is a project that needs a new cylinder pin but is in pretty decent condition for it's age). I also have a Second Generation Colt Third Dragoon that is new in the box that probably won't ever get shot.

I joined finally as it seems my ML interests have grown over the years and it is time to participate in a good group. I have a Browning Mountain Rifle in .50 coming that is in shooter condition that will get regularly exercised.
Welcome from Northern Pennsylvania
 

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