Show your Muzzleloading gems.

Muzzleloading Forum

Help Support Muzzleloading Forum:

Joined
Mar 24, 2022
Messages
264
Reaction score
363
Location
Hutto, TX

Banjoman

50 Cal.
Joined
Nov 26, 2020
Messages
1,138
Reaction score
1,607
Location
East Tennessee
CC9EDB5A-373E-4056-B541-E3ED5CE43616.jpeg
 
Joined
Dec 18, 2021
Messages
865
Reaction score
1,113
Location
Arkansas
lol, actually the bottom is an original Fred Bear Grizzly that is LNIB, #50, the next is a Martin ReCurve take down, that is also #50, the last one is a PSE Longbow #40. I had Compounds but found I did not like all the gadgets and also, frankly, they were too easy to shoot! These take practice and work! I am still learning!
I too, love my Bear Grizzly recurve. The deer I shot my first with one is something i will always remember.
 
Last edited:
Joined
Jul 28, 2019
Messages
212
Reaction score
181
Location
Potter County, Pennsylvania
Mine hang up in my bar. I apologize for the crummy photos, these are on my phone, and I am working out of town for the moment.

1766 Charleville

Pedersoli Brown Bess (defarbed to look like Committee of Safety Musket)

.45 Kibler Southern Mountain Rifle

.50 Pedersoli Blue Ridge
 

Attachments

  • 55A71179-55BA-42A1-902A-C968A1F0E442.jpeg
    55A71179-55BA-42A1-902A-C968A1F0E442.jpeg
    121 KB · Views: 0
  • 99656CCE-0892-4550-AF82-0E241FBFC4C8.jpeg
    99656CCE-0892-4550-AF82-0E241FBFC4C8.jpeg
    137.8 KB · Views: 0

toot

32 Cal.
Joined
May 9, 2013
Messages
5,573
Reaction score
2,530
Banjoman, so true! I think we all started out with them? and many of us still shoot them on a regular basis?
 

Latest posts

Top