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It's nice of you guys in the US to post your pictures of your guns but, this thread is in the Regional Forums >Australia/New Zealand area of the forum.
I think the intent of the thread was for the folks living in those countries to show the guns they have. Not to see all of the muzzleloaders we have in America. They can see those guns elsewhere on the forum.
 
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Well it is a swivel gun or wall gun for sure, but I have not come across one with such a small caliber before.
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Thank you for that insight. All others scratch their heads and comment about how interesting it is.
 
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Man...after seeing all the neat guns on this thread..... I'm almost embarrassed to show my o' worn out factory guns...
I host a "God, Guns & Guts" Dinner at my church annually and last year....I put a display at the dinner showing 3 of my o' hard living guns. I have added 2 more black powder guns since then. This year...I'll display all 5:
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remember the old saying- HE WHO DIES WITH THE MOST TOYS WINS!? well there are Shure a lot of contenders on this site! all beautiful weapons, all of them!
 

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Well. Here they are. L to R, a .50 Traditions Trapper pistol, T/C White Mountain Carbine in .50, T/C Hawken in .45, Traditions Crockett in .32, a .50 Lyman GPR, and my new Kibler Colonial in .54.

No revolvers or muskets yet and just the one flintlock, but theres still time. View attachment 64138
Well DADGUMIT... Now you've got me coveting - and drooling out both sides of my mouth.
 

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Man...after seeing all the neat guns on this thread..... I'm almost embarrassed to show my o' worn out factory guns...
I host a "God, Guns & Guts" Dinner at my church annually and last year....I put a display at the dinner showing 3 of my o' hard living guns. I have added 2 more black powder guns since then. This year...I'll display all 5:
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WOWZUH! Now THAT'S my kind of church! When I was a pastor in B'ham, AL, at our elders meeting of 8 guys, all but one carried. And before we opened in prayer, we'd all lay our pistols or revolvers (EMPTY, of course) on the table for one another to admire. Sounds crazy, but THAT'S THE GOOD OL' SOUTH! The most fun I had with that was when I slapped my S&W Model 29 .44 Mag with the 8 3/8" barrel on the table. : )
 
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WOWZUH! Now THAT'S my kind of church! When I was a pastor in B'ham, AL, at our elders meeting of 8 guys, all but one carried. And before we opened in prayer, we'd all lay our pistols or revolvers (EMPTY, of course) on the table for one another to admire. Sounds crazy, but THAT'S THE GOOD OL' SOUTH! The most fun I had with that was when I slapped my S&W Model 29 .44 Mag with the 8 3/8" barrel on the table. : )
Last year...I asked 5 others to bring their guns to the dinner. We had 50+ guns for everyone to enjoy. Everything from WWII, smoke poles, 44 magnums and even a 50 caliber BMG showed up. We had an awesome gathering. I would have LOVED to attend your church with that grip of fellars! I LOVE it!

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