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  1. History of the Contemporary Longrifle Association In 1980, Robert Weil published his book “Contemporary Longrifle Makers”. This was the first comprehensive and authoritative work on the subject. This book sparked the interest of many collectors. One of the many purchasers of this book was Gordon Barlow of Swoope, Virginia. Through the years, he and several of his collector/builder friends (Earl Lanning, Jud Brennan, Wallace Gusler, Robert Weil, Mark Thomas, Gary Brumfield, Mel Hankla, Ed Louer, Tom Ames and Edmund Davidson, to name a few) discussed the need for a contemporary group to recognize the fine craftsmanship of contemporary muzzleloading firearms and accoutrements made today and the promotion of this period in our country’s history; thus keeping the frontier tradition alive. See more...
  2. Hey folks, been looking around the web and have not found much, I'd like to build a knock down shooting bench. It has to be small enough to fit in my 2009 Toyota Corolla, and light enough to obviously carry to the shooting area by one person. There a ton of stable solid shooting benches out there but they are big and bulky, and should be left in place after built. Any idea or help is greatly appreciated. I'm sure if I sat down and drew one up, I could come up with something, but if someone already invented the wheel in this one, I'd like to see an example. There are plenty on the market fabricated, but I don't like plastic and aluminum for what I am involved in.
  3. I am making a large drawer to store rifles under a bed. The drawer will about 50" wide and 22"-24" deep. Can someone give me some options on where to find some full extension bottom mount slides that will work. Also, I will be installing at least 3 drawer slides.
  4. A muzzle loader supply outfit
  5. A guy wanted a "Son's of Liberty" themed small flat horn to finish out a squirrel hunting rig. Scrimshaw by my self,..horn by Bill Smith. I'll post this here in this section since my last post ended up here,,.....I told you boys I don't fit in anywhere ,....but the horn does have a tiger maple base plug so perhaps that'll count....(as always feel free to move if you Gent's think it'll have a better home ) I hang out with a bag and horn maker friend of mine Bill Smith,.......I work a lot with him making horns and the horn itself officially came out of his shop,........I then do all the scrimshaw at my house. It's just a simple ink job,....nothing extra fancy,...but a popular theme amongst the flintlock guys. The bag and rifle pictured are mine that I sometimes use for props when taking pics,.......the bag is a double scout style in buffalo leather also by Bill Smith. Best Regard's Patriots -Aaron: Newest recruit to F Troop
  6. So i have 2 old rifles....1914 KAR 98 MAUSER 8mm all matching 98% barrel and bluing. 1924 MLE-M-16 BERTHEIRE CARBINE 8mm i want to preserve the stocks which are serialized as well and design and build a thumb hole stock out of a nice deep like almost mahagony collered burrel wood. Interal fold down bi pod scope attachment point so i can still use iron sites and not have to drill and tap my reciver and possibly an adjustable cheek weild. Any thoughts?
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