:)Hello to all,I am new to the forum.I was just wondering if anyone is like myself, i own and shoot only frontstuffers.My arsenal consist of a T/C new englander,CVA missouri Cva Bobcat Cva 32 cal squirrel rifle, and a traditions 45 cal frontier scout. Also a in-----. that my wife bought for me,not my cup of tea,but i would not hurt her feelings. My wife says I have an addiction, hmmm P.S I forgot to mention my ruger old army&1861 44. I am not bragging,just like frontstuffers and thought i would share.
Post by mindrambler on May 25, 2005 17:13:40 GMT -5
Well, welcome to the forum.I have a Thompson New Englander in .50 cal and two Knight inlines in .50 cal. I just recently purchased the second Knight and for the last couple years have been carrying the New Englander. I will have to say that the inline is more accurate then my New Englander but at the distances I shoot it does not matter which one I carry.
Dawson, I also ues only muzzies. I can be found on the Skeet, Trap and Sporting Clays ranges at our local gun club.
For the shooting sports I use a Beretta O/U 12-gauge muzzie, a 10-gauge Pedersoli SxS, a 12-gauge Pedersoli SxS, a 12-gauge English flintlock Fowler, or a 16-gauge Northwest Trade gun ( also a flinter).
I shoot either the those with both round ball or shot. For deer sized game I use either a .50-Cal GPR flinter, a .54-Cal New Englander, or the Trade Gun.
Ground Hogs and squirrels get the .32-Cal TC Cherokee.
Like I same, only shoot the muzzies.
By the time a man realizes his father was right, he has a son who thinks he's wrong
I'm doing all my hunting nowdays with traditional flintlocks..built a .62smooth bore for spring gobblers and for deer and hogs I'm building a .54cal. Buck's County, Andrew Verner, style rifle.. soon as the parts get here..hope in a wk. or so.
Started out shooting Traditions 50 cal. Hawken Woodsman and went to a Pedersoli Rem. Rolling Block 50 cal. Muzz. Got the kids shooting Muzzleloaders and now we all do it. Traditional and inline. A guy can easily get creative with loads for the Muzz. with all the differant projectiles and powders out there. It's a beautiful shootin' world out there.
Hello, I've always had frontstuffers since I was a kid, now I just have a pennsylvania rifle and pistol I finished from kits, both 45cal. I also have a 50 cal. tc Hawken with a fast twist green mountain barrel. These accurate thunder sticks allow me to hunt any varmint in Michigan(except turkey).
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