Tradional Black Powder hunting and shooting

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Tradional Black Powder hunting and shooting

group dedicated to hunting and shooting with traditional and historical black powder firearms, specifically with an eye toward 18th and early 19th century firearms and hunting in period gear and clothing. Also historical trekking

Members: 33
Latest Activity: Feb 5, 2013

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Goose Hunting 4 Replies

Started by John Black. Last reply by Keith H. Burgess Aug 30, 2010.

THE WIDOWMAKER LOAD? 20 Replies

Started by Chris Pike. Last reply by Keith H. Burgess Dec 3, 2009.

Sources for period reproduction firearms 8 Replies

Started by The Ridge Runner. Last reply by Dale Kidd Aug 22, 2009.

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Comment by David Scott Stieghan on February 5, 2013 at 0:59

For those interested in a similar group, feel free to take a look at this Face Book group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/155363961226730/

Comment by Keith H. Burgess on February 4, 2013 at 23:46

This is a heads up for my skills DVDs being no longer available very soon. The company who sells these take them off the market if they are not selling over a period of 240 days, mine have not sold over the past 240 days despite the excellent reviews. So if you were thinking of getting any, now is the time!
http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com.au/search?q=DVDs

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Muzzle-Loaders and More will be the first to go because it has not sold over the past 244 days. Believe me, I make no profit from these DVDs if you include my time. I could order one myself to keep these going, but frankly that would reduce my earnings to zero and if they are just not selling I don't see the point. 
Regards to all, Keith.
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Comment by Craig McNeill on October 15, 2012 at 19:10

Attention all. Looking for a gunsmith in the So. Cal. Long Beach area that can re-hardden a flink lock frizzen that is not sparking. Any thoughts?

 

Comment by Czarek on September 22, 2011 at 9:11

Hello, Best greetingss form Polish Muzzleloaders :)

 

Comment by Dale Kidd on February 10, 2010 at 19:42
Update: Thanks to a timely cancellation, I managed to get in for my surgery on Feb. 8. So, I am now recuperating, and should at least be on my feet by the time our War of 1812 re-enacting season starts in May. Won't be helping pull the cannon for a few months, though. Fortunately, I will be fully recovered in time for the hunting season in the fall.
Comment by Dale Kidd on December 30, 2009 at 18:36
**sigh** Well, the Canadian health care system plods along as usual. I will finally get my initial consult with the surgeon at the end of January. God only knows when they'll finally get me on the table.
Anyone who tells you Canada does not have a two-tier health care system is either a liar or an idiot. I can guarantee you that if I were a professional athlete or a prominent politician, I would already have been operated on and well on the road to recovery. This is the price of "free" health care...
Hopefully, I will at least be back in shape for the summer re-enactment season.
Comment by Chris Pike on October 31, 2009 at 4:55
WOW!!!!!
My cousin tore a pec muscle this week, so his bow season is over for the season...maybe forever!!! Get better my friend, when I was on active duty I tore about every tendon and ligament in my right knee ...I feel your pain...literally!!!!
Comment by Dale Kidd on October 29, 2009 at 16:34
Well, the gun is in good working order, Chris. Unfortunately, I can't say the same for the shooter! I had a little mishap a couple of weeks ago, and tore the ACL in my right knee. Unfortunately, that pretty much puts my hunting for this year on the back burner. I'm expecting surgery sometime in Jan.
Comment by Chris Pike on October 29, 2009 at 4:33
My goal .... this deer season drop a critter with the "giggle gun".
I took a little advice, and opened up my touch hole a little bit...no more hang fires!!!
I have named this gun Helen.... after my Grandmother.
Comment by Chris Pike on October 29, 2009 at 4:31
Hows that smoke pole doin Dale?
Ummmmm Where can I find a wellmade but inexpensive Mainspring vise?
 

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