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4. Sep 7, 2008. #8. There's almost as many different types of patchbox release mechanisms as their are schools of longrifles. Some builders that try to recreate specific longrifles as exactly as possible try to use the same type of mechanism as the original rifle they are copying, even if the mechanism is hidden.

There are numerous places that can be contacted to assist you. 3) Just because black powder firearms and muzzleloaders are considered to be older or primitive weapons. They will kill you just the same as a modern firearms. 4) Please take a proper training class prior to using any firearms..

It is in our secondary home. It is really cool with all kinds of inlay. "The jezail, also known as the "camel gun", is a type of rifle that was popular in the Middle East and North Africa in the 19th century. The jezail was a simple, cost-efficient, and often handmade muzzle-loading long arm.Location. People's Republic of Maryland. Nov 17, 2014. #3. A Report published in 2003 compared WANO and Scheutzen to an "improved" version of GOEX that appeared in 2001. The report detailed how in 1993, when WANO made its debut, it was poor powder. However by 2002, it had improved, and was almost as powerful as GOEX.Community platform by XenForo ® © 2010-2024 XenForo Ltd. Development and Hosting By: Tech Daddies We have updated our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy as …Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.

I have been asked and read alot lately about which is a better cal. 54 or 58? So I decided to look at some reference material (beartooth bullet ballistic site and the Sam Fadala new 2nd edition blackpowder manuel) and this is what I came up with. I am no way bias as to the outcome because I am...Increased Offer! Hilton No Annual Fee 70K + Free Night Cert Offer! United Airlines has launched a new one-day award sale for travel to Hawaii. Eligible members and cardholders can ...

This is 80 grains 3F Goex, brown paper, tow and a patched .600" ball, 50 yards rest. This is 85 grains 3F, brown paper, shredded cedar bark, bare ball, cedar bark overshot, 35 yards standing rest. All these targets were shot with a 20-gauge flintlock smoothbore, 46" barrel, front sight only. The seal is the thing. Spence.What it looks like, does matter. There are some Yazel pistols that fit the forums idea of what is traditional so, if they look like the pistols that were used in 1866 or earlier, they are allowed. There are many Yazel pistols that look like a cross between a traditional sidelock or underhammer gun and a modern Colt 1911 or a High Standard ...

Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.The Kibler kit is phenomenal. Jim and Katherine anticipated every need and designed the kit so it could be built on a kitchen table by someone with very few tools and skills. You have to work really hard to ruin one of these kits. Anyway, so I got the kit late Saturday and opened the box Sunday morning.Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.69 Cal. Get the dremel out and enlarge the pan in the area near the flash hole. Make it more uniform front to back using the flash hole location as a guide. In the process, you can grind out the notch as well. It was obviously placed there due to the flash hole being out of alignment with the center of the pan.


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The final step in preparing the distressed barrel was to sand it down using various grits of sand paper, from 100 down to 220. Step two was to clean/de-grease the surface thoroughly and plug the muzzle and touch hole. Then I applied cold browning solution. I use the stuff from Dixie because it works very well.

1. You must mention the calibre of the muzzleloading revolver. 2. You must mention the calibre of the muzzleloading revolver - mentioning that it is a nitro conversion - you will NOT be allowed to convert it back to BP. 3. Calibre of muzzleloading pistol - it does not matter how many shots it fires..

Messages. 7,913. Reaction score. 1,950. Apr 21, 2013. #8. According to the Greenhill formula for calculating the spin required for a given bullet length or, conversely, length of bullet which can be stabilized by a given twist, a twist of 1:66 will work for bullets .568" long or shorter in a .50 caliber. Spence.First off, let me say that I am brand new to flintlock hunting. I have been hunting my entire life and been around guns my entire life. I have hunted with in line muzzle loaders for many years. I bought the Pa. Pellet for the simple reason that it gave me the ability to hunt for a few more weeks in northwest Pa. without breaking the bank.127. Reaction score. 252. Dec 23, 2021. #6. necchi said: With the kit stock as received, lightly wet it, that will enhance the grain appearance. If your stock presents areas of open grain (you'll see it) you could use a light slurry of a bone black agent and sand it back a bit after it dries.Pyrodex will often fail to fire in a flintlock. It has a higher ignition temperature than pure black. Some shooters start with a 5-10 grain load of real black powder and then some Pyrodex over that. Sounds like a lot of fussing and won't solve your problem. You will need real black powder to prime, for sure.Shoot loose is the term for the frame lengthening in the thin area above the cylinder when speaking of a Remington style gun. For a Colt style it means the cylinder pin that holds the barrel to the frame tends to pull out of the rear frame with heavy loads. Dixie Gun recommends the following loads for the .36 cal:Well I think I got an easy quick fix that takes 0 skill and ends in a perfect fit. Here it is. #2.Drill 5/32 hole completely through center of arbor housing. #3.Put release agent on arbor ,and everywhere on outside of barrel that could possibly get over flow compound on it.

I went grey squirrel hunting with a buddy this morning. He used a 36 and I tried my T/C New Englander 12 gauge with cylinber bore. I shot and killed with the first pull of the trigger at a squirrel between 20-25 yards away. The rest of the morning I fired 3 more shots at squirrels from 30...88. Reaction score. 0. Nov 23, 2007. #1. When I first started to shoot muzzle loaders in the seventies a friend of mine had a bullet sizing tool for 58 cal bullets. It was a wooden block with a small dowel rod. Inside of the wooded block was a metal sizing die. You just put the bullet into the top of the thing and push down with the supplied ...It's a "54" Sharps and back in the 1970s we used the Rapine "Christmas tree" bullet mold. The lands are "52", the grooves are "54" and is a "56" caliber rim with a smaller base to tie your cartridge to. The "56" caliber base rim centered the cartridge and supplies the back pressure to seal the action. Eras Gone has 2 different period molds that ...Shiloh Sharps 1863 infantry rifle with .535" ball at 50 yards. Loaded loose 2fg powder after lightly breech seating the ball and CCI musket caps. After more then a dozen shots I adjusted the sight for the last two in the bullseye. 383D6502-C1B1-43A3-8F7B-FFEC3DAC92E5 by Oliver Sudden, on Flickr.Pyrodex will often fail to fire in a flintlock. It has a higher ignition temperature than pure black. Some shooters start with a 5-10 grain load of real black powder and then some Pyrodex over that. Sounds like a lot of fussing and won't solve your problem. You will need real black powder to prime, for sure.Dec 12, 2023. #12. Set the flint up properly the take the firearm to into a dark room no light. With no powder in the gun Trigger the action while observing for sparks. Assuming the flint is being held tightly so it doesn’t move when it strikes the frizzen. If no sparks fly the frizzen is bad and would need replacing.Hang on (or don't) for dear life! Join our newsletter for exclusive features, tips, giveaways! Follow us on social media. We use cookies for analytics tracking and advertising from...

982. Location. Denver, CO. Oct 17, 2017. #4. One of my newer acquisitions is a vintage contemporary NW Trade Guns built by Michael Hayes in Feb 1979. This represents a W. Chance & Son trade gun from the early 1840's. The lock was assembled from a parts set sold by Doc Carlson at Upper Missouri Trading Co.

i've been shooting the pietta remmington 1858 new army revolver since 2009 and still use the pietta nipples that came with the revolver and remmington #10 caps. never had a misfire or cap jam and use the grease over ball so far. up to a few years ago i shot the hornady 451 balls and never had any issues. read that the .454's were better so i bought a box of the hornady cold form .454's and the ...Oh you are into etching. I made some steel medallions Battery charger very cleaned steel object . Second bit of steel Plain water Plus salt I painted the steel I did not want etched , I recall the positive went to the object and negative to the scrap bit of steel , after 20 mins at 12v the water had become thick and black and deep groves were cut in my medallion where it was not painted.Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.Corn meal - At our last muzzle loading trap shoot one said he was using corn meal instead of cushion wads. It seemed to work. I saw somebody use corn meal instead of wadding in their flintlock shotgun on YouTube. He claimed it made the groups 50% better.It looks like overall housing trends may be throwing a wrench in the prices of HD....HD Home improvement retailer Home Depot (HD) has struggled to overcome chart resistance in the ...15. Mar 1, 2014. #2. You're right about Illinois law making little sense. Some of the goofy stuff; During the muzzleloading rifle only season pistols are NOT allowed. But you CAN use your muzzleloading pistol during the late-winter antlerless-only season so long as it meets muzzle energy requirements.Jun 6, 2008. #11. I received a box of Hornady Great Plains bullets in .58 caliber with a lightly used .58 cal Zouave. When I got to the range I wiped the bore, poured 60 grains of Pyrodex RS down the hole and started the pre lubed bullet. It got about 12 inches down the bore and stopped.Shiloh Sharps 1863 infantry rifle with .535” ball at 50 yards. Loaded loose 2fg powder after lightly breech seating the ball and CCI musket caps. After more then a dozen shots I adjusted the sight for the last two in the bullseye. 383D6502-C1B1-43A3-8F7B-FFEC3DAC92E5 by Oliver Sudden, on Flickr.Flintlock Rifles | The Muzzleloading Forum. This community needs YOUR help today. We rely 100% on Supporting Memberships to fund our efforts. With the ever increasing fees of everything, we need help. We need more Supporting Members, today. Please invest back into this community. I will ship a few decals too in addition to all the account perks ...Dear Lifehacker,


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Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.

733. Location. Jacksonville, Florida. Dec 4, 2022. #9. The best range rod I have ever owned is the 44" stainless steel Creedmoor rod threaded 8/32 with a brass muzzle protector. I have broken and lost many range rods over the years and the Creedmoor steel rod from Track of the Wolf is the best I have ever used.Hi I just received payment for the Thompson Center New Englander rifle and I will be shipping it on Tuesday The trigger is not adjustable, it has a 1 in 48" twist, and I do not know the trigger pull. One of the pictures show my identification. I may be listing a second New Englander 50 caliber next week and also a Investarm in a 50 caliber with a set trigger.Georgia Outdoor News 4331 Seven Islands Rd Madison, GA 30650 (706) 343-0001 (800) 438-4663. Send us an e-mail1,303. Location. Vermont. Apr 7, 2024. #1. One of the things I find so intriguing/ adicting about muzzleloader shooting is how critical each shot is. With unmentionables when you miss its its easy to rip off rappid fire makeup shots. With the muzzel loader when you miss its a done deal. I find this especially obvious when shooting steel.Nov 25, 2019 · Oct 18, 2020. #1. Yesterday I was fortunate enough to kill a nice buck with my .54 flintlock using a .530 round ball with a .018 patch over 80 grains of Swiss FFG at about 60 yards.. Although I posted the fact I was blessed with success, I neglected to comment on the sheer power displayed by the round ball I shot. Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. We have partnered with the NRA to offer you a discount on membership and Muzzleloading Forum gets a small percentage too of each membership, so you are supporting both the NRA and us.Shiloh Sharps 1863 infantry rifle with .535” ball at 50 yards. Loaded loose 2fg powder after lightly breech seating the ball and CCI musket caps. After more then a dozen shots I adjusted the sight for the last two in the bullseye. 383D6502-C1B1-43A3-8F7B-FFEC3DAC92E5 by Oliver Sudden, on Flickr.559. Location. Central Wisconsin. Apr 7, 2024. #1. This is my Colonial in .54 stocked in cherry. I was convinced I needed a brass patchbox, so I went ahead and took my best swing at it. I was regretting that decision about 4 hours into the process, but now that it's finished, I like it and I'm glad I did it.Reaction score. 1,310. Location. Deep South, Y'all. Jun 23, 2022. #3. I recently had some fun launching .562 balls out of a .56 SB Renegade. Charge was 80 grains of Pyrodex with a Bees Wax and Crisco lubed Durafelt wad over the powder and under a naked ball. Setting things off was CCI Musket Caps on a Musket Nipple.May 11, 2012 · Concrete nails are easily found at your local hardware store. Heat to a bright red color and allow to cool slowly (softens the hardened concrete nail), shape with a hammer and/or files, heat to a bright cherry red and quench in oil or water, temper in your (toaster) oven at 375-400F for an hour and do a final sharpening. I have bent a couple by doing the following; Remove the hammer, place the hole area in a vise, heat the neck area to red with torch, bend as needed, then allow to cool before removing from the vise. I like to use and adjustable wrench sized down to fit just over the cup area so I have some control over the bend.

40 Cal. This is a Numrich Arms Swivel Breech rifle in .45. Build by Hopkins and Allen in early 70s. I bought this rifle for a much grander project. I was planning to make wooden side panels for barrels and reset ramrod pipes. Stock had damage to toe, that I repaired, as well as a cracked buttplate. Had to take a much larger one and refit it.I had a couple of Uberti 1858's a while back, but gave them to my son. However, I did do a little research. @64Springer is right in that you can go blind reading all there is out there, but my guess is you're aware of this and asking for some suggestions to narrow it down. Forget about brand names for a few minutes, and look at features.Messages. 7,913. Reaction score. 1,950. Apr 21, 2013. #8. According to the Greenhill formula for calculating the spin required for a given bullet length or, conversely, length of bullet which can be stabilized by a given twist, a twist of 1:66 will work for bullets .568" long or shorter in a .50 caliber. Spence.4. Sep 7, 2008. #8. There's almost as many different types of patchbox release mechanisms as their are schools of longrifles. Some builders that try to recreate specific longrifles as exactly as possible try to use the same type of mechanism as the original rifle they are copying, even if the mechanism is hidden. isabela ramirez erome Smokeless Muzzleloading. Post thread. Loads, tips, and shooting for the Savage muzzleloader, SMI smokeless and other muzzleloaders approved for smokeless ONLY. Warning! Smokeless powder loads are not for use in any other muzzleloaders.Friends, our 2nd Amendment rights are always under attack and the NRA has been a constant for decades in helping fight that fight. 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Im wanting the Lyman 50 caliber percussion, right hand.Hi, You should buy Ricky Robert and Bryan Brown's little book "Every Insult and Indignity" which is a short history of the rifle and Ferguson and it describes their intensive experiments with powder, ball, and lubrication. Use a mix of beeswax and either mutton tallow or Crisco melted together to lubricate the threads. Dip the screw plug into the warm melted wax and tallow mix. humping phub 7. Location. Vista, CA. Aug 26, 2023. #1. In my trying the patch over powder I did find more accuracy and consistency of point of impact. That being said, I was wondering about different techniques. I was placing the patch into the barrel only the depth of the short starter and then ramming my patched ball home.Smokeless Muzzleloading. Post thread. Loads, tips, and shooting for the Savage muzzleloader, SMI smokeless and other muzzleloaders approved for smokeless ONLY. Warning! Smokeless powder loads are not for use in any other muzzleloaders. female superheroes naked Then, cock the gun to full cock. Slowly screw the little screw in until the rear trigger releases and the hammer falls. Now, unscrew the screw 1 (one) full turn. That is the recommended setup for a set trigger but if you want to adjust it so the front trigger needs to move more, unscrew the screw further. smartfind express loudoun 7. Nov 8, 2007. #6. I think BU decodes to 2004 (you have BZ for both 2004 & 2005), CA for 2006 and CB for 2007. Recently bought a Uberti Walker with a CB date code, so I'm pretty sure about those last two codes. I suspect your CR is really a poor stamping of CB, which would be 2007. xhamexter Stack all that over FFFG black powder. Start your charges around 45-50 grains of powder. Increase the charge 5 grains at a time until you find what the rifle likes. Consider getting a range rod for loading, use the short starter you have shown in the photo.Reaction score. 288. Location. Arizona Territories. Sep 28, 2019. #4. I got the Lyman Peep & front Globe sights to put on my GPR, but since I shoot my .54 flint Trade Rifle more often, I installed the sights on it instead. MUCH Better accuracy, especially if you know how to select & use the globe sight inserts. J.54 Cal. You're right in saying that you will have to experiment with your gun to find out for sure. Most of my .54's do fine for deer with .530 roundball in .015 patch over 80 grains of 3f Swiss. However, I do have one .54 that prefers a 425 grain Great Plains bullet and 100 grains of 2f. sleeping mom abuse Stack all that over FFFG black powder. Start your charges around 45-50 grains of powder. Increase the charge 5 grains at a time until you find what the rifle likes. Consider getting a range rod for loading, use the short starter you have shown in the photo. peekvids porn Nov 16, 2018 · The first one he did last summer. It was a roached 50 cal that he re-bored to 54 1:28 twist for PP bullets. 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The .44 cal Kentuckian Flintlock was my first muzzleloading rifle. I bought it in 1972 (give or take a year). It was a well made Italian rifle and as I recall its lock was a good sparker. I sold it about 5 years ago to a guy who wanted to hang it on his wall.