thanks for the welcome...been lurking awhile.Yeah I have spoken with him. It's a beautiful gun with a 19th century 35" barrel,RE Davis lock and walnut stock at a good price. My gut says that if next month gets here -n- life ain't thrown a curve ball -n- screwed up the $$ situation that I should jump on it.Was just wondering if anyone here knew anything about.
If you are talking about Mike Miller of Paducah, KY...then I'm gonna tell you to JUMP ON IT if it suits you, and you can make the $$ work.
Mike builds absolutely first rate examples of a variety of traditional muzzleloaders.
If you acquire one of his guns...take good care of it, you'll have an "heirloom" piece one day.