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Glad you found a buyer Ron, I was getting sorely tempted!

Antique Gun Collecting / Re: William Barnhart
« Last post by VP on Today at 05:59:51 AM »

The Kentucky Rifle Foundation has for sale a CD entitled "Rifles of the Northwest Territory", which is the Ohio and area north and west from there. There are twenty rifles on the CD and one of them is a great William Barnhart rifle. There are about twelve phots of the rifle. The CD can be purchased on our online store. You can at least show them one of his rifles until you an acquire one. The website is:

Items for Sale/Wanted / Re: For Sale Hunting/Shooting Bag and more
« Last post by Ky-Flinter on Today at 05:57:58 AM »
The above items may be sold.  Will know for sure soon.

Can you send me the pictures?
Good looking bag Cory especially like the color.


Thank you George.

Cory Joe
Very handsome, Cory. Reminds me of crop circles...  :o

Just how much do you know!!!!! lol

Items for Sale/Wanted / Re: Two Priming Horns for sale
« Last post by Cory Joe Stewart on Today at 05:26:30 AM »
Timing is everything; Id just settled down with a glass of Woodford Reserve when Corys post popped up.  But yall will get a chance to have one of them.  Im having Cory send one to Dennis to raffle off with the proceeds to go supporting the ALR.


That is right so everyone can pick them up there and support the ALR. 

Thanks Don,

Cory Joe Stewart
Items for Sale/Wanted / Re: Two Priming Horns for sale
« Last post by Cory Joe Stewart on Today at 05:25:44 AM »
Sold, but I will have more ready soon. 

Thanks everyone,

Cory Joe Stewart
Gun Building / Re: Ferguson
« Last post by 120RIR on Today at 05:19:33 AM »
There's a lot of indirect and circumstantial evidence supporting the assertion that Ferguson rifles were at King's Mountain but here is also now a piece of hard evidence.  A "battlefield archaeology" team from the University of Florida recently (I think it was just some months or ago or in 2019...I'll have to confirm) recovered a fired and partially flattened round ball with very prominent and well-defined land and groove impressions.  I emphasize "very" because it's not like they're faint residual scratches that might come from a thinly patched ball or anything like that. One could always come up with an alternative explanation of it coming from some other type of firearm (I suppose anything is possible), but it seems pretty unlikely.
Thanks Doc.  PM sent.

Thanks for everyone's interest.  The gun is sold.

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