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PostSubject: Re: Kentucky Pistol   August 10th 2017, 7:47 pm

Randy, I am happy to hear that sweet looking pistol shoots as good as it looks. 
Welcome back.

Why don't you re-post a pic of it? The others got zapped. I still remember it, but 
others might like to see it.

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PostSubject: Re: Kentucky Pistol   August 10th 2017, 8:02 pm

I do everything with a smart phone now. It will take a while for this tech-challenged dinosaur to figure it out.
There is a reason I shoot flintlocks.
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PostSubject: Re: Kentucky Pistol   August 11th 2017, 5:46 am

@Randy Johnson wrote:
I do everything with a smart phone now. It will take a while for this tech-challenged dinosaur to figure it out.
There is a reason I shoot flintlocks.

Fair enough. I had a pic in my computer gizzards from back when I was looking at it. 
I just could not get over the hump of the price for a pistol. But, I was watching it like a hawk. 
I even offered a trade. (Fail) I never do that.

Its a nice one.

An Elliot built Kentucky pistol sold by Clay Smith Master Gunsmith

I do have the right pic, yes? It has been a while. Clay Smith has dropped the picture from his site.

For those who have not visited Clay's site, it is always fun to look at what he has to offer. It does change. 
He also sells a few other interesting items and he will build a custom rifle for you, too. There is about a year 
and a half wait last I knew. Clay apprenticed at the smith in Williamsburg. Here is the site. Enjoy.
http://www.claysmithguns.com

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PostSubject: Re: Kentucky Pistol   August 11th 2017, 9:56 am

@Kentucky Colonel wrote:
@Randy Johnson wrote:
I do everything with a smart phone now. It will take a while for this tech-challenged dinosaur to figure it out.
There is a reason I shoot flintlocks.

Fair enough. I had a pic in my computer gizzards from back when I was looking at it. 
I just could not get over the hump of the price for a pistol. But, I was watching it like a hawk. 
I even offered a trade. (Fail) I never do that.

Its a nice one.

An Elliot built Kentucky pistol sold by Clay Smith Master Gunsmith

I do have the right pic, yes? It has been a while. Clay Smith has dropped the picture from his site.

For those who have not visited Clay's site, it is always fun to look at what he has to offer. It does change. 
He also sells a few other interesting items and he will build a custom rifle for you, too. There is about a year 
and a half wait last I knew. Clay apprenticed at the smith in Williamsburg. Here is the site. Enjoy.
http://www.claysmithguns.com
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PostSubject: Re: Kentucky Pistol   August 11th 2017, 10:04 am

Looks like the Dirty Harry pistol of the 1700s!
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