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Gun Building / Re: Nose Cap Help for a Kibler SMR
« Last post by Bob McBride on Today at 02:51:22 PM »

Hereís a pic of the one I made for mine. Iím a rank novice as well so it can be done but as Wayne and Jim alluded to, itís very difficult to do without messing up such delicate section of the rifle as it has to be hand made and formed to that paper thin end of your stock. If you have any amount of ham in your fist, ADD, or Ďget er doneí Iíd pass or at least send it off to someone who can do it for you.

Contemporary Accoutrements / Re: A dagger and an integral bolster
« Last post by johnfolchetti on Today at 02:50:20 PM »
Always appreciate seeing your work Robert. That integral bolster is inspiring.
Black Powder Shooting / Re: Anyone groundhog hunt with their flintlocks?
« Last post by Daryl on Today at 02:06:19 PM »
Wayne! ::)
Black Powder Shooting / Re: 2F and 3F differences
« Last post by Daryl on Today at 02:04:41 PM »
Good looking stubby rifle. HANDY HANDLER.
I don't have any rifles that shoot well with such a light-per-calibre powder charge.
Black Powder Shooting / Re: June Postal Match
« Last post by Daryl on Today at 01:54:42 PM »
It happens  Mike. Thanks for posting more targets. Sitting here in the Vancouver Int. Airport. Been here since 1AM. Flight home at 08:50. Could have driven home from here in slightly less time.
I see your first target as a solid 48 with 1 X.
I concur with the 44 1X on the second target.
Black Powder Shooting / 2F and 3F differences
« Last post by thecapgunkid on Today at 01:35:41 PM »
Sunday, on a trail walk, my friends got into a 2F/3F discussion, and I missed part of it because I made the mistake of bringing a new, short Jaeger to the match without having it fully sighted in.

This guy is a .62 cal, and I know about 70 grains of 2F will group ( just not yet 100% as to where...)

My guns are all ,50, .54, and .58 and I generally load about five grains of 2F over the caliber.

If I switch over to 3F, what can I generally look for or expect?

If you coyotes supply good answers sarcasm will be warmly accepted...
Items for Sale/Wanted / Re: Gunsmith of Greenville County
« Last post by FALout on Today at 12:55:27 PM »
Itís a great book for the guys just getting into building.
Gun Building / Re: Building a Track of the Wolf Fusil-de-Chasse Kit
« Last post by Fly Navy on Today at 07:13:29 AM »
I'm still waiting to see the hot chick with all the tattoos he is always talking about.
Gun Building / Re: Building a Track of the Wolf Fusil-de-Chasse Kit
« Last post by David Rase on Today at 06:43:35 AM »
Thank you for posting, Iím going to try my hand at building a gun when I can afford it. Keen to see what Iíll be in for watching this video.
I find that building a gun is cheaper than driving.  ;D
Gun Building / Re: Building a Track of the Wolf Fusil-de-Chasse Kit
« Last post by Bill Raby on Today at 05:11:18 AM »
I am usually on the road for work for most of the week. I will get a few more posted on the weekend. It takes a few hours to upload each of these so it might take a little while.
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