for the last several years ive owned a sharon
54 full stock got a few deer and 1 bobcat.
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Welcome to the group!

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Yes it is certainly great to have you here. It appears you have a very fine rifle in a very fine caliber. The bobcats I killed were taken with the .45 prb; which is also my go-to deer rifle.

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My number one rifle is a .50 left-hand percussion with a Lancaster style full stock. The barrel is 42 inches long. There is no patchbox. I inlet a brass star where the patchbox normally would be. I carved a simple "C" scroll behind the cheek piece. I built this gun myself back in 1998 and have used it ever since. I bought most of the parts from Pecatonica Longrifle Supply. It is the 2nd muzzleloader that I built, but it is my favorite. I have taken numerous deer with it.

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