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Discussion in 'Muzzleloaders' started by Longbow26, Feb 16, 2006.
It finally arived at 5 30 pm amist our sever rain storm.
That's one nice muzzleloader there!
Nice one Have fun.
left side, notice the nice raised cheek section on teh stock. Sadly ill be shooting it left handed. But wife lieks the feel of it.
Any chance some one can make an avatar out of this picter of my son Ryan holding the smothbore?
I'll have it for you in just a few Min!!
One sweet lookin rig there Longbow!!! Can't wait to hear how she shoots!!!
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Congrats...great looking smokepole..............
Very very neat Longbow.. should be a comfortable recoil also I reckon
That's one sweet lookin ML there!!
Man very nice
Now I am having dificulty figering out hwo to get the barel off the stock. I have always had ones that have wedges holding the barel to teh stock. This one not got weges.
Since it was custome made gun no instructions were included with it. Also it not have what I would call as the shootgun ramrood end to it. So any one know what type of ramrod asesory i shoould get for loading it in shootgun load style? my extra 54 jag works in it so i can laod patched roundballs rt now.
nice looking smoke pole
You took the words right out of my mouth Keith!
now that is what i call a smokePOLL man that thing is long pretty wood too
If it's like my full stock 50 cal, pull out the ramrod, and look down in the "thimbles", Mine had little flat head screws, one in each thimble, total of 2...then, up by the lock, there is another flathead screw going down thru the back end of the barrel tang, and then another running crosswise, running from the opposite side of the lock, thru the stock, bottom of the barrel, and into the lock. It won't take you very many times of taking it apart, to wish it had wedges!!!....As far as accessories, call your guy that built it, or Dixie Gun Works, I would think either would have what you want.