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PostSubject: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    August 18th 2016, 4:53 pm

Good afternoon folks,


I have just received the new issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.



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PostSubject: Re: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    August 19th 2016, 8:20 am

Just received the magazine. Good article.
Looks like I am going to have to join Phil Meeks, BigAl and others in the GRRW Assoc.
My connection is the GRRW barrel on my Neill Fields long rifle.
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PostSubject: Re: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    August 19th 2016, 9:09 am

Oh, that is Nice. Very nice. 

I have been meaning to get a subscription. I will need to put it up higher on the priorities list.

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PostSubject: Re: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    August 19th 2016, 10:25 am

@Kentucky Colonel wrote:
Oh, that is Nice. Very nice. 

I have been meaning to get a subscription. I will need to put it up higher on the priorities list.

Seems every time I help someone it costs me funds  Mad  

Now I have to buy copies of this issue for the gunsmiths of GRRW.CA.  That's life .... Laughing

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PostSubject: Re: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    August 19th 2016, 12:39 pm

Man, do I love that gun. The stock is perfect. Kind of weathered without looking beat up. If I ever ran into some money the Bridger would be the first thing I bought.

A .58 and dedicate it to be a bear gun. Ahhhhh dreams are fun, but reality sucks!

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PostSubject: Re: New issue of "Muzzleloader" magazine.    October 25th 2016, 7:55 am

Muley wrote:
Man, do I love that gun. The stock is perfect. Kind of weathered without looking beat up. If I ever ran into some money the Bridger would be the first thing I bought.

A .58 and dedicate it to be a bear gun. Ahhhhh dreams are fun, but reality sucks!

We are now having a J&S Hawken and a Hawken 1/2 stock being built in .58 caliber along with another J&S Hawken and a Bridger Hawken parts kits - to be built in .50 caliber & .62 caliber. Doc White has a Barnett Chief's Grade NW Gun 20 ga. in process at this time. Plus we another pair of Lemans .50 caliber, .45 caliber and a Poor Boy in .40 caliber, a NW Trade Gun scheduled in 28 ga. along with another Trapper Pistol .50 caliber all in the works. I will soon have these smiths loaded with 4-5 guns each for 2017.

What's amazing is these gentlemen (in their 70's to 80's) have other customer guns on  their benches in various stages of completion. They love building and haven't stopped for over 50 years. Along with this activity they are hunting, fishing, rock collecting and using their spare time with other activities.

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