They have some posted somewhere . 40 caliber flintlock , southern mtn style . The wood came from the mtn I lived on in Pa from tiger hunt rifle stock company . I always wanted a rifle made for me ( I shoot a short pull length ) The guy building it is aa Hershel House student and is in a wheel chair with a spinal injury . Carved out of a chunk of wood and hand forged all of the hardware , chambers lock , it's fast , just like shooting a 22 .
Not yet , but something is going on with it or ME . Thought it was figured out but nope . Balls start climbing and going to the right , I don't know if the sprew from cast balls would do that on such a small ball 395 . Will try my swaged balls again , they shot well
I don't believe that gun is that sensitive to cast or swage. They like black powder. Key is to work your load up until you are blowing unburnt powder out the barrel. The old timers would shoot over fresh snow so they could detect unburned kernels on the snow. Also being a flintlock, it is going to twist slightly when you fire it. You just got to keep shooting it. Are you breaking in a new barrel? Keeping it wiped down with hog lard or coon fat?
bverboy: yup.. joe told me so
Feb 25, 2017 19:20:11 GMT -6
raymond: I heard Joe was bringing an sr22 for everybody at his table . Thanks Joe .
Mar 4, 2017 15:15:34 GMT -6
Walleye Joe: You need your hearing checked Ray!
Mar 10, 2017 20:21:31 GMT -6
krank: He said "Lesser fun for you" not "SR22".....
Mar 14, 2017 11:29:03 GMT -6
farmnhunter: If you want to avoid feline, you can't use any meat or fish item or scent. Try a piece of black licorish covered by dairy feed, or lucky charms or corn/koolaid (mix 1 qt whole corn with a package of grape koolaid)
Apr 5, 2017 19:42:37 GMT -6