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Gun Building / Re: an early rifle
« Last post by rich pierce on Today at 05:00:29 PM »
Nicely done.  Real clean work.  Love that original and it's sister. How's the lock feel?  I like the looks of it.
Black Powder Shooting / Re: Cleaning powder chambers
« Last post by walks with gun on Today at 04:41:09 PM »
   I'd rather not push the pins out of my full stock rifles every time I shoot them,  maybe it doesn't hurt anything, but I figure sooner or later it's going to mess something up.
Gun Building / Re: 1765-1775 English fowler
« Last post by Long John on Today at 04:20:26 PM »

Super work!  It could be mistaken for a beautifully preserved original.  You captured the "feel" and "soul" of the English gun of the period.  "Second quality"?  You crack me up!

Items for Sale/Wanted / Re: english walnut
« Last post by Ron Scott on Today at 04:19:21 PM »
Give me a call at 541-941-0395 .  Ron
Contemporary Longrifle Collecting / Re: Just finished up
« Last post by alex e. on Today at 03:49:37 PM »
As with all your work, very nicely done!
Black Powder Shooting / Re: New Hawken Build
« Last post by Joe S. on Today at 03:47:50 PM »
Perhaps he would want to get buried with it.Might be only right handed loaners in the rack on the happy hunting grounds ;)
Accoutrements / Re: 19th Century Folding Knives?
« Last post by Waksupi on Today at 03:47:02 PM »
I make some.
  I'll be doing some more in a couple weeks. I can't access Photobucket for some reason. I'll try again Sunday, off to a shoot today. If I can't attach them at that time, message me your email, I can send pictures.

Black Powder Shooting / Re: Cleaning powder chambers
« Last post by smylee grouch on Today at 03:44:15 PM »
I like the patent breech and find it no harder to clean than any other type. Just use water and flush/pump and the thing is clean. If a person thinks its too much work to clean his ml gun he should take up another sport. After cleaning I dry the bore and anti-chamber and use WD-40. Have done it that way since the late 60s and never had a problem.
Gun Building / Re: Engraving service
« Last post by thimble rig on Today at 03:42:20 PM »
buy johns book.its worth every penney.It will show you how to sharpen youre gravers,How to draw.It also teaches you how to transfer youre patterens.Also get steve Lindsey sharpening system for the  gravers.You will probably  just use the square gravers the most for long rifle engraving for just starting getting a little better with mine.Just practice a lot.
Black Powder Shooting / Re: Cleaning powder chambers
« Last post by Fyrstyk on Today at 03:30:47 PM »
There are some new foam cleaning tips of various calibers that work well for oiling the patent breeches.  They are like foam paint brushes.  I use a 30 caliber foam tip that I put Barricade on to get to the patent breech for lubing and rust protection.  When heading to the range, or before setting out for a hunt, I blow out the barrel from the nipple or touch hole liner (depending on the gun) with an air compressor, or if an air compressor is not available a blast or two from one of those co2 dischargers.  I have never had a FTF when doing this for the past 3 years.
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