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Jump to new posts Re: fritz by Ted Schefelbein @ Today at 01:18 AM

Originally Posted By: ShotgunjonesIt would be difficult to find a set of photos that tell less about a gun. That has gotten to be a fine art the last few years. I see crummy photos, I don’t even bother calling. JR was optimistic in the $1500 price
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Jump to new posts Re: Buy a set of scales to reload and use them. by KY Jon @ Today at 01:04 AM

Check weight is essential. Also be sure your scales are level. It does make a difference. I have two electronic scales and when checking large numbers of charges that helps. But I check them with a 1010 balance beam scales, just to make sure I am get
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Jump to new posts Re: Thieme + Schlegelmilch "Nimrod" SxS purchase by steve white @ Today at 12:55 AM

Love those Nimrod internals!
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Doing some surfing tonight (found three more serial numbered Reilly's)...I ran across this Reilly U-L. Take a look at the hammers. https://waffen-beste.de/Flinten/flinten.html HDF E. M. Reilly & Co. London super Erhaltungszustand mit allem Zub
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Jump to new posts Re: A Baluch built circa 1900 home-made SxS by Ted Schefelbein @ Yesterday at 11:53 PM

Originally Posted By: lonesome roadsOriginally Posted By: Ted SchefelbeinOriginally Posted By: 2-piperThis looks like a muzzleloader to me. I would not call that a "Bolt" per se. I wouldn’t call it a gun per say.... Best, Ted _______
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Jump to new posts Re: 3 classic double books FS by bushveld @ Yesterday at 11:29 PM

Thank you.
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Thanks for sharing. I particularly like pp 520 (72)
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Jump to new posts Re: Pictures of vintage reloading tools? by Rick W @ Yesterday at 06:09 PM

You might enjoy Tom Rowe’s 2 volume set of ‘Reloading Tools of the Black Powder Era.’
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Jump to new posts Re: Leather Dye Color Question by Dan S. W. @ Yesterday at 02:54 PM

Never mind - found a good match in light brown: Angelus color swatches
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Jump to new posts Re: Bailey Bradshaw Rising Block DR- 500ne & 450-400ne by LeFusil @ Yesterday at 01:55 PM

@ Tim Carney.......NICE!!!!! Can’t wait to see the finished project. Congrats on the order. I absolutely love those little round action Bailey Hornet rifles. The thread where he chronicled the building of one of those awesome little creations was on
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Jump to new posts Re: Francisque Darne by Carl Baird @ Yesterday at 12:52 PM

Thank you Brent!!!
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Jump to new posts WTB---MEC Super Sizer SS77 12ga by dukxdog @ Yesterday at 12:47 PM

If you have one in working condition for sale please PM. Thanks!
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Jump to new posts Re: Lion Country Supply Gun Request by Lloyd3 @ Yesterday at 12:39 PM

I used to detour through there to see their inventory. Bought a used Ugartechea 28 there once as well. Was a neat little shop, glad to hear they're still holding on.
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Jump to new posts wanted to buy by ed good @ Yesterday at 12:32 PM

paying cash now for retired sxs hunting guns in 16 and 20 gauge... pm with details of what you have to offer...
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Jump to new posts Re: Spring cleaning, projects etc by RARiddell @ Yesterday at 12:10 PM

keep me posted!!
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Jump to new posts Re: Stock finishing questions by damascus @ Yesterday at 12:05 PM

I do not use paint store oils at all. I prefer to purchase edible flax seed oil as used for culinary purposes because the quality is far superior also being much lighter in colour than oils sold in paint stores. I add my own lead based dryers because
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Jump to new posts Re: More on 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz load by BrentD @ Yesterday at 12:03 PM

Originally Posted By: L. Brown In McIntosh's book "Shotguns and Shooting", the chapter "Gunning John Ringneck" contains the following quote: " . . . From experience I have to say I wouldn't object too strongly if someone des
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Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Game/Gun Picture - 2019 Hunting Season by 67galaxie @ Yesterday at 10:39 AM

Great job Gil!
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Jump to new posts Re: Getting out for a bit by Lloyd3 @ Yesterday at 12:49 AM

I don't, sadly. According to TripAdvisor it's still there and still a good place to stop.
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Anyone know of a source for the 3rd edition now (2020?) Looks like folks are either out or want $400.
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Jump to new posts Re: A letter from an English Garden by Matt Stolley @ 04/03/20 07:42 PM

Damascus, thank you for sharing your garden with us! Only the crocus have been blooming here. They actually started blooming through the last of the snow, as is usual here.
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Jump to new posts Re: Possibly very bad news by LGF @ 04/03/20 07:33 PM

Miller and King, you are mainstays of this forum, wells of information and wisdom. Thinking of you both and hoping for the best.
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Jump to new posts Re: WTB Crescent 410 hammerless SXS Buttstock by DiamondSxS @ 04/03/20 07:31 PM

I’m sorry I did and just responded to the PM
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Jump to new posts Re: WTB: L.C.Smith Straight Grip Ideal or Specialty by tomcountry @ 04/03/20 06:42 PM

I have a straight gripped ideal with 26"barrells imp cyl both original finish other than case colors n barrels reblued after rib was redone by buck Hamlin. email me for more info n pictures. tom
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Jump to new posts Re: sauer meisterwerk by Recoil Rob @ 04/03/20 04:38 PM

I can take gold on blue in small doses, gold on coin, aah, no thanks. And does anyone actually use cocking indicators?
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