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Greenhorn
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Hey y'all, name's Del Gue, not really, it's Earl. I kind'a look like Del Gue though, I'll answer to about anything, come suppertime. I been shooting muzzleloaders since the early eighties, recently finished a TVM flintlock Leman rifle in .58 caliber. Haven't shot it yet, but I hope it shoots center. I'm also hooked on primative archery, and have made a few selfbows. Looking forward to some fun, and friendship, and I'm betting, that y'all can teach this old dog, some new tricks.
Earl Follett


It's not the first time, I've protected my hair, in just such a manner.
 
Posts: 44 | Location: Independence, MO. | Registered: 28 September 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
<mtnmike>
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Well pull up a log and sit a spell DEL Gue
 
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To the Earl of Del Gue, Hey, Ol' Hoss, you even spell "primative" in a primitive way! That's good doin's too. Be sure to tell us more about that Leman from TVM, with details for sure. Shoot sharp's the word, Mike
 
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Welcome to the campfire, Del Gue; Sit down here on a stump at the fire and warm your feet. Post some pics of that Leman; I've been thinking about one in .54 for some time, now. I've seen you post on other sites and so know you're experienced with white smoke generators.


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Welcome to fire Del Gue. This a great place to be with other like minded folks.

BC


"Better fare hard with good men than feast it with bad."
Thomas Paine
 
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Greenhorn
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Thanks gents, for the nice welcome. Sorry 'bout the spellin' Mike, dissipation, is my No.1 talent. The Leman gun is iron mounted, L&R lock, and, I think, a Green River barrel. My rememberer, ain't what it used to be. Too much tanglefoot, in my younger days. Hanshi, if I can figgur out, the picture button, I'll post up some pics, of the gun.
Thanks again
Earl


It's not the first time, I've protected my hair, in just such a manner.
 
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