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Greenhorn
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Just found the site and I am looking forward to noseing around and pickin your brains.

I am a hack BP enthusiast located in N. Idaho. I shoot a GP rifle 54 flavor. Shot several deer with it but by no means in love with the gun. I also have a Crockett that I have done some customizing on, love the little caliber although small game opportunities are slim around here. To round out my meager collection I have a Uberti 1860 army.....love that thing. Hopeing someday to get my hands on a 45 flint.

Thats all I got folks....


"Shoot low boys, there ridin' shetlands!"
 
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Welcome to the Campfire, Plum, and if you're close to I-90 you should certainly visit with October Country. Maybe you already have. Shoot sharp, Mike
 
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Welcome to the campfire, Plumbob. You've already got a good start with those guns. I have a Crockett and truly like that little rifle. Stick around here and you'll get addicted to bp and flint.


*Young guys should hang out with old guys; old guys know stuff.*
 
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<mtnmike>
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welcome aboard Plumbob!
 
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Greenhorn
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Thanks guys.

I get to October Country about once a year, great folks. Awesome leather goods!

I am not so sure I am not already addicted :~)


"Shoot low boys, there ridin' shetlands!"
 
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Booshway
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Welcone to the Fire, Plumbob. I suppose a heavy Hawkin barrel with a hole drilled at the muzzle would make a rather handy plumbob. Once hung from the tripod, the wind wouldn't move it much and the tang would serve as a point, just file it sharp.

Oh yes, this site is full of helpfull gents. Big Grin

Load fast and aim slow.
 
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Greenhorn
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Big Grin Thanks for the idea!


"Shoot low boys, there ridin' shetlands!"
 
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Graybeard
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Welcome to the campfire! Nice to see another person from Idaho joining.


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Hivernant
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Welcome. Its a pleasure meetin ya. Look foward to talking with ya.
 
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