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Discussion Topic  RE: Bag strap buckles. (in Accoutrements) by Montour
I think rings on bag straps are not correct for the 18th Century, but are correct for the 19th. I d......
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Discussion Topic  RE: howdy from Lady of the Woods (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Montour
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Discussion Topic  RE: howdy from Lady of the Woods (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Montour
Well, your "Lucky" to know me ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: howdy from Lady of the Woods (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Montour
First one to call her Suzy gets stabbed!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: "The Long Hunt, buffalo EAST of the Mississippi.... (in History) by Montour
I carted a buffalo hide as well as a Whitney into the woods last time I went out. Not any harder to......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Colonial french attire (in Period Clothing) by Montour
Quebecquois is about as close to 18th Century French as your going to get. It certainly is not the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Colonial french attire (in Period Clothing) by Montour
I was going to send you to the clothing standards for the Toulous marines, but that webpage has been......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Francisca Ax (in Bladed Weapons) by Montour
That style of ax does cry to be thrown. Won my most prized possession, a Sid Birt Damascus tomahawk......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Correct musket sling (in Firearms) by Montour
You cant get any better than that sling. Dave L's French gear is the most authentic well documented......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Buckskin clothes how are they? (in Period Clothing) by Montour
Properly made, of the right materials as was done in the period, they work quite well...... Made IA......
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Discussion Topic  RE: transporting foods (in Campfire Cooking) by Montour
One thing they didnt have to worry about was getting home in time to pull out the canvas so it wont ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: transporting foods (in Campfire Cooking) by Montour
A simple cloth bag, and if it does get damp, just dry it out...... If I remember correctly, there i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fort trader clothing (in Period Clothing) by Montour
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
Ive quit setting up my canvas in the diamond fashion at reenactments, since I cant point to an image......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
Pilgrim, Yes that would basicly be what used to be a "Diamond Shelter" a square piece of canvas wit......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
Camping and Woodcraft What a great reminder of my youth ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
This book as a description from 1876 of what a "Shed Tent" was, does not seem to have the sides, nor......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baker Tent Provenance (in History) by Montour
"You soon come to disregard rain on such excursions, at least in the summer, it is so easy to dry yo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Baldric For Willyard/Secrest Hunting Sword (in Bladed Weapons) by Montour
How does that angle of the sword work? There is just as much science in the angle, one that does no......
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