Dats mighty purdy. Congrats on a beautiful ML.
You must have an awful lot of chickens! Nice savings though, Semper fiI went to the feed store and bought a pallet of chicken feed. The ML part of this is I saved 10% off for Veterans on their Memorial Day Sale. That's 55$ I can spend on my ML supplies. Semper Fi.
I picked up my order at the mail today.24 of them ,I should be good for this year know.Since the previous thread was shut down (locked) by our new moderator, I thought I would start one up again, as per the suggestion.
So, let's get this thread going again, and share your muzzleloading related adventures of the day!
Would love to see some pictures!I shot my Made In USA CVA mountain rifle today. It the first Ive shot it since adding an L&R Rpl lock, I also re shaped the stock and refinished it. The rifle is beautiful and just as accurate as it was before. The L&R lock has transformed this rifle, it’s incredible! When I got done with cleaning the gun I fired up the pot and cast around 200 of each, .490 and .454. It was a great day!
Looks great. I like it!
Beautiful ute. We see a rare few of these over here. They are sought after by the restoration groups. Give me an honest patina every time. All the best getting her out.Got my 50 yard range set up with a proper backstop finally so I wont have to worry that some kid is down by the crick fishing obscured by bushes.. in the process of trying to do the same for my 30yrd range i got my 67 chevy dump truck professionally stuck.. back wheels in mudd and front wheels in sand . plow frame bottomed out in the sand.. View attachment 224898
been shooting a fair bit. Shot the sectionals a few weeks ago and signed up for 3 years of NML membership.. Did ok @ 25yrds. 93 on the timed and 91 on the slow fire. crashed and burned @ 50 yrds with a 58... haven't got anything back about my membership yet??? or any results from the sectionals???