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Discussion Topic  RE: wool felt in flintlocks (in Firearms) by Stophel
I often see European guns displayed with flints held in place with red wool cloth....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Opinel knives (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
The Svord knife is not quite so historical as they claim. Well, it is...sort of. I have a photo of......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Opinel knives (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I have carried an Opinel "Garden Knife" as my pocket knife for several years now. I LOVE it. Basic......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Virginia poll ax (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
I agree, it is too roofing-hatchet like. My guess is the original is more like mid 19th century. I......
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Discussion Topic  RE: 18th century belt holsters (in Accoutrements) by Stophel
It's best to simply ignore the "History" channel... especially these days. Belt holsters, however, ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Tomahawks and tomahawk throwing ... (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
People play mumbly peg too.... and I don't recommend that either! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: proper blanket colors? (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
The white would be as white as the sheep was white. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: proper blanket colors? (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
Like it or not, what's "period correct" is white. White with colored stripes at the ends. BY FAR th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: screwed up ramrod hole!!!! (in Gunsmithing) by Stophel
I've been making guns for nearly 20 years and I still can't reliably drill a ramrod hole right. It ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Green River Fish knife (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
"Fish knife"?? The knife in the review (where the guy insists on using it as a froe) is the standar......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Damascus Steel (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
"Wootz" or not, Damascus (twisted, folded, whatever you want to call it) was produced in the 18th ce......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Walnut dye (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
I'm TRYING to dye some linen right now. No matter what I do with it, mordants or no, it just doesn'......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Walnut dye (in Period Clothing) by Stophel
VALongrifle, if you're in the Blue Ridge mountains, you should be nearly surrounded by walnuts. I......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Boiled Chocolate? (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
I just bought a couple of pounds of raw cacao. It is powdered. Apparently the only thing done to i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Boiled Chocolate? (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Stophel
Would the chocolate available then not have been similar to raw cacao/cocoa? Basically dried, groun......
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Discussion Topic  RE: vent pick (in Accoutrements) by Stophel
I've only had to use a vent pick ONCE. I loaded the first shot of the day without really cleaning t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Ramrod (in Accoutrements) by Stophel
Hickory simply is the best wood for ramrods (well, there might be some exotic wood that could be bet......
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Discussion Topic  RE: New Snake Brand Butcher Knife (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
Years ago, when they had just quit making them, someone was offering their remaining stock of blades......
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Discussion Topic  RE: New Snake Brand Butcher Knife (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
The Russell Green River knives would be the way to go. I only have one G.R. knife, and that is the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: New Snake Brand Butcher Knife (in Bladed Weapons) by Stophel
Patrick, is there something particular you are wanting to go for with your knife? A time period or ......
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