Hi from Kansas
I recently purchased a new Cabela's hawken percussion rifle in 54cal. I am a grain and livestock farmer from north central part of Kansas. I'm wanting to learn all I can about bp to enjoy my new hobby.
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Stedeu, welcome to the campfire. I can tell you that you're at the right place.

*Young guys should hang out with old guys; old guys know stuff.*
Posts: 3552 | Location: Maine (by way of Georgia then Va.) | Registered: 26 January 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Welcome aboard.
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Welcome to teh Fire. that 54 will take deer down like the hammer of Thor. Trust me on this, I've taken 9 deer with 54's.

Load fast and aim slow.
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Welcome to the fire.
I grew up in Topeka, and lived for several years in Whitewater, just north of Wichita. There is a great club HQed in El Dorado, the Walnut Valley Muzzleloaders. I'm sure there are clubs closer to you, though. Good luck with the new rifle.


"Est Deus in Nobis"
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I live in Wyandotte. Shoot in McLouth and at a range in DeSoto. If I can help let me know. Dan.
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Welcome to the fire. You are indeed in the right place. A lot of nice people with a wealth of knowledge. I've learned a lot here. I'm some what close to you, me being in the northern Texas panhandle. I look forward to your posts.
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