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Discussion in 'Muzzleloaders' started by surfshark46, Jul 2, 2011.
Your .29 is a beauty, the stock looks like a 1st class piece of work.
Wow!! Both flyfisher and trust me's rifles are GORGEOUS!!! Love the flinter!!!
I love my T/C New Englander. I like it for it's versatility and durability. I have both the .50 and .54 cal barrels for it.....as well as the 12 ga. barrel. So, I have 3 guns in 1. And it takes no time to change barrels out. Pop the wedgepin out, take barrel out, put another barrel in, replace wedgepin, you are ready to go. I have it in the black rynite stock. I don't have to worry about being super careful with it....like I would be with Trust Me's .29 or Flyfisher's .50. I would hate to damage that wood.
Use them, take care of them, enjoy them to their fullest and you'll have stories to tell and memories to savor. A scratch or two just gives them character.
Who wants to say, "I own a 69 Corvette with a big block. I don't know if it's fast or not, because I'm too scared to drive it." Or maybe, "I dated Elizabeth Taylor once, and I always wanted to kiss on her and give her a big squeeze but I was afraid I might bruise that beautiful skin."
Great analogy trust me!!! I'm thinking more on the lines of.....Marilyn Monroe....
I really enjoy my repica of a 1760s English Trade Gun. It is a 50 cal. partial hex Bill Large barrel. It aint fancy but most of the guns back then werent! It is an absolute pleasure to shoot!