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edw.marshall

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Traditions should rename the “St Louis Hawken” kit, the “St Louis Plainsman” kit.
 

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edw.marshall

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It came out pretty nice - CONGRATS ! :thumb:
Thank you!
I think calling this kit a “Hawken” is a stretch. It’s a nice quality kit, but not a Hawken, but more like a plains style or trade rifle. I suggested as much to Traditions cust. rep.
 
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