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Discussion Topic  RE: Damascus Steel (in Bladed Weapons) by Loyalist Dave
Sorry folks, but I was taught in archaeology that if it wasn't from what we call ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Damascus Steel (in Bladed Weapons) by Loyalist Dave
Production of Damascus steel disappeared from the world in about the middle of the 18th century. I......
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Discussion Topic  RE: False tiger stripping on gun stocks,, (in Gunsmithing) by Loyalist Dave
Why don't you get a small piece of maple or poplar from the Home Depot and use it as a test piece? ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: coning (in Gunsmithing) by Loyalist Dave
Fair point. My patch knives have a small portion of the butt instead of a flat area, that is slight......
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Discussion Topic  RE: coning (in Gunsmithing) by Loyalist Dave
There are two types of "coning". One uses a tool and actually changes the interior edge of the muzz......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hardtack Historic Recipe (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
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Discussion Topic  Hardtack Historic Recipe (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
Folks often complain about hardtack, or for many folks who do the 18th century ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Need a strip of rawhide (in Traditional Crafts) by Loyalist Dave
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Discussion Topic  RE: Navy Arms Pennsylvania Half Stock Hunter .50 (in Firearms) by Loyalist Dave
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Discussion Topic  RE: Indians and Throwing Knives (in Bladed Weapons) by Loyalist Dave
I ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Indians and Throwing Knives (in Bladed Weapons) by Loyalist Dave
I think you hit on the ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Shaved Faces or Beards? (in Period Clothing) by Loyalist Dave
First, lets talk about "clean shaven". That's a relative term. For example, we know that soldiers ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Food for your trek or whats in your haversack (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
Actually... The problem with most folk's version of hardtack or ship's biscuit, is that they use mo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Food for your trek or whats in your haversack (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
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Discussion Topic  RE: Food for your trek or whats in your haversack (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
There are two types of hominy... rock-a-hominy and hominy that when ground is called hominy ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Food for your trek or whats in your haversack (in Trekking & Primitive Skills) by Loyalist Dave
In the immortal words of Inugo Montoya (see the movie ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Pickled Some Peaches (in Traditional Crafts) by Loyalist Dave
IF you can find a store that sells red peaches, buy a bunch pronto. They effectively disappeared fr......
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Discussion Topic  Pickled Some Peaches (in Traditional Crafts) by Loyalist Dave
I put these here as this doesn't really go with cooking on a "campfire". Hey folks I pickled some......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apple Wine (in Campfire Cooking) by Loyalist Dave
OK so IF you're going to make cider, you have to store the apples so they can soften on their own, a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: oil cloth (in Traditional Crafts) by Loyalist Dave
OH you were looking to make a "Floorcloth", not a shelter. You are right, they are simply canvas pa......
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