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    Default Finished and ready for the range

    Minor mistakes were made but I am pleased with the finished product. A few more pics ...........Daniel146_3970.jpg146_3971.jpg146_3972.jpg

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    Only to the trained eye... Hope it shoots as good as it looks... Nice work.
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    Good job Daniel, she sure does shine.....

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    Looks great from my viewpoint!

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    Wow, that looks awesome
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    I'm not a big fan of the patch box on flintlocks so it's nice to see a beautiful rifle without one.
    Very nicely done.

    I hope she shoots those .54 balls well..
    Last edited by MikePal; April 2nd, 2019 at 03:51 PM.
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    You are very talented!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    I'm not a big fan of the patch box on flinterlocks so it's nice to see a beautiful rifle without one.
    Very nicely done.

    I hope she shoots those .54 balls well..
    They served their purpose in those days, you always had some greased patches handy.

    PATCHBOXES- While the patchbox was originally a handy receptacle in a rifle stock to carry a supply of greased patches, as time went on – other things including percussion caps and gun tools, eventually found their way into a patchbox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    I'm not a big fan of the patch box on flintlocks so it's nice to see a beautiful rifle without one.
    Very nicely done.

    I hope she shoots those .54 balls well..
    Hi Mike, I have a brass Jacob Dickert patch box but I just couldn't see cutting a big hole in that lovely wood. I am also not a fan of too much brass junk. I also am too shaky to try any fancy carving. Thanks for the compliment.........................Daniel

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    great looking build!

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