Category: Black Powder
Everything you ever needed to know about Gunpowder– Part one of three, Invention to Explosion!
Posted in Black Powder Tagged with: Black Powder, Bob Shell, gunpowder, History, special
When other Rifles knock him out of his groove, this Black Powder Shooter reaches for his big, heavy ’74 Hartford to get back on Target..
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Learn the primitive art of Longrife building in the heart of Kentucky – Skills and Art passed on down through generations.
Posted in Black Powder Tagged with: American Longrifles, Black-powder firearms, David Wagner, Frank House, Frank Jardim, Gary Brumfield, George Suiter, Herschel House, Jack Brooks, Jay Close, Jim Chambers, Jim Kibler, John House, Jon Bivins, Journal of Historical Armsmaking Technology, Justin Chapman, Lally House, Lewis Sanchez, Longrifle Building, Lynton McKenzie, Mark Silver, Monte Mardarino, NMLRA, Professor Terry Leeper, Ron Ehlert, Ron Scott, Wallace Gusler, WKU, Woodbury School
Pedersoli’s new side-by-side “Bohemian” Scattergun is a modern shotgun with a classical twist, and it will be right at home for you at the range or aﬁeld.
Posted in Black Powder Tagged with: 12-gauge, Black Powder, La Bohemienne, Mike Nesbitt, Scattergun, Shotgun
[su_heading size=”30″]On a cold winter day in western Washington, two duck hunting rookies loaded up on No. 2 shot and
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[su_heading size=”30″]In the 1820s, Samuel Hawken joined his brother Jacob at his St. Louis shop, and together they made riﬂes
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[su_heading size=”30″]If you are starting out with black powder cartridge shooting, the .45-70 is a great place to begin.[/su_heading] STORY
Posted in Black Powder Tagged with: Black Powder, Browning, Carbine, Cartridge, Mike Nesbitt, Quigley Shoot