I don't have a good photo of mine but will post what I have, It's the top firearm in this photo. 12 gauge and 40 cal
I have every issue starting with number one and volume one. I even have a few Buckskin Reports with a column called Trappers Corner, written by...
there's been a few articles written by BCUSA members, Logan Boone for sure, can't remember the others. I don't subscribe either, seems like I...
I live in the woods by Paul Provencher. Paul was a Canadian surveyor that spent much time with the Cree.
That and also his wife is having some health problems
1905 ross in 303 british
thanks, I kinda goofed on this one, it will still work but I should have made the second set of bristles a couple inches longer
I lashed my 41 swiss to a tire, made in the late 1870s and probably not shot since the 1950s.. just guessing on the last time it was shot
here's some photos
here is a updated photo
may I suggest a few hounds, you'll have a one dog night, two dog night and the coldest is a three dog night. Mastiffs and great danes are the best.
I often wondered how the average gun crank shoots a old "new" gun for the first time. We pick up a old relic at a gun show, shop, garage sale,...
It looks somewhat similar but is not the same, it may have been yugo or czek. It was older too, made just after ww2.
it wasn't a side lever, I almost thought it was a 98 mauser, it is weird
I think there are a few icy balls to be had.
Memory is jogged, A icy ball reefer unit would be perfect
get that pex tubing good and hot and form a mat out of it. Hold the loops with wire ties. Put the pex between two sheets. maybe 30 inches wide and...
The other day I was at the LGS. The owner has some oddball odds and ends. He showed me a full size military rifle, looked a lot like a mauser,...
will probably finish it today
I pondered where to post this, figured this subforum is as good as place as any.
I've been wanting to make a birch broom so yesterday I finally...