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  1. Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns
    Hello, I'm looking for help identifying my friend's Buffalo Rifle (at least we think it is a buffalo rifle). The rifle has a cone for percussion caps, which looks too new to be original, an octagonal barrel with some detail, and a patch box in the stock. On the right plate, we can make out the...
  2. Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns
    So by the first couple of words in my sentence you will be able to tell that I am COMPLETELY new to this whole BP/C&B life. I went ahead and bought one of North American Arms 22CB which takes #11 caps. Now here is where y’all get to laugh, I HAVE NO CLUE WHERE I CAN FIND SOME. FORUM VIOLATION...
  3. Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns
    Hello fountains of knowledge and experience. I want a pair of black powder single shot .50 caliber pistols for a a good price and have mostly settled on the Traditions Kentucky Pistol kit in either flintlock or percussion. It was not easy but I found a place that still has a few flintlock kits...
  4. Black Powder Shooting / Muzzleloaders / Handguns
    Hello I am helping a friend get some information on this beautiful old gun from her father's home. Looks like a 20 gauge in size, no marks besides just two little stamps on the left barrell. Seeking any help for information or direction to information. Sincerely Jesse .
  5. .22-Rimfire Forum
    I'm thinking about getting a rifle for shooting .22BB Caps for quiet target practice. I know they don't produce enough power to cycle a semi-automatic action, let alone feed in any sort of magazine, but what are some decent muzzloader .22s out there? I've seen plentiful amounts of semi, bolt...
  6. Technical Questions & Information
    My grandfather purchased, and I have inherited, an H&R .410 model 1915. It is marked 410-44 so its an old one. The 410 shot shells I bought fit very snug in the chamber but there is no visible corrosion to narrow the bore. The snug fit begins immediately when you start to insert the shell...
  7. Firearms News, Reviews, and Featured Articles
    When I hear or use the word "muzzleloader" it conjures up images of a Swiss Mountaineer scaling the Alps in search of chamois. A German or Austrian Jaeger in pursuit of wild boar or stag, a "stiff upper lipped" Brit in one of England's many colonies in Africa or the Indian sub-continent or...
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