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Raider2000
November 7, 2008, 06:46 PM
Hello all, well this afternoon I had some free time so I went to the range to get a few shots in with my new rifle the Lyman Trade Rifle .50 cal. & let me tell you this rifle shoots wonderfully right out of the box.

Ofcorse I had cleaned it when I got it home & today I ran a dry patch through the bore & a cupple of caps & I was ready to shoot.

My choice load today was 70gr. FFFG Goex .010 Patch lubed with Bore Butter & a cast .495 182gr. Ball & man was I impressed.

The first 2 shots were low & left then right "circled" but I think it was my fault because I was trying a different hold on the rifle at the bench that was not all to comfortable which I think caused those shots, I ran a wet patch then a dry patch then poped a cap after each shot "cept the last 5 shots" & at 50 yards I kept all 11 shots on paper including the last 5 shots where I shot off hand "well my last shot I nicked the paper because it started to get a little dark."

I could not find any of my patches on the ground "found 3 different kinds but none looked like mine so the next time I'll have an old sheet laid out to try & catch them.

http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/7323983/aview/100_1617.JPG
http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/7323983/aview/100_1618.JPG

First time out with this wonderful rifle & shooting at 50 yards with a good Hunting load with all shots making a score makes me think that it is the start of a wonderful long relationship.
What do y-all think. :D

grymster2007
November 7, 2008, 07:52 PM
Nice report Raider! Read my comments here:
Other thread (http://www.thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=318478)

:o:o:o:o

Pahoo
November 7, 2008, 08:41 PM
Decent !!! :)
Your tang should be drilled and tapped and ready for a peep. I mounted one and my groups got even better, than the time before. ;)





Be Safe !!!

kwhi43@kc.rr.com
November 7, 2008, 09:49 PM
I really believe a .500 ball would be a lot better. Use the .020-.022 thick patch. If your twist is 1in 66 or so use 100-110 grs. FFF Goex. If your twist
is 1in 48 use about 70 grs.

CraigC
November 8, 2008, 01:34 AM
After having such success with my GPR last year, I ordered a Trade Rifle for dad, also in .54cal. It's not quite as accurate as mine but it is a fine shooter. Under two inches at 70yds if I remember right. Great rifles!

Hawg Haggen
November 8, 2008, 05:19 AM
Craig I know I'm probably preaching to the choir but try some different thickness patches or maybe if you're using a .530 ball try a .535 and experiment with different powder charges.

Raider you might want to try some thicker patches too, maybe some .015's or even .020's

Raider2000
November 8, 2008, 06:01 AM
Raider you might want to try some thicker patches too, maybe some .015's or even .020's

Yeah I've thought of that last night after I gave it a nice cleaning & for S&G's I poped one of my hard cast .495's in with the short starter & my .010 patches then pulled it out.
It did cut some small holes in the patch material but the ball I used was hard cast "had #2 hardness & was for an experiment" "would that make a difference" so I wrapped a old brush with some 0000 steel wool & gave it 30-40 passes & then recleaned.

I've got some .015 lubed patches that was given to me last year with some Hornady .490's so I'll try a few of the patches with my .495's.
Would like to keep using the .495's "if I can" because I'd have to get me a new mold for anything else.

CraigC
November 11, 2008, 01:41 PM
I was using .530" balls and .010" patches before. I use .535's and .015's in my GPR. Might be worth a try in the Trade Rifle. For now, I've got to figure out why my GPR is shooting so crappy. I added a Lyman receiver sight so it should be shooting better, if anything. I already missed the first week of muzzleloader season, gotta get on the ball. Thanks!

Raider2000
November 11, 2008, 02:11 PM
Hey Craig:
Check out my shots with the Trade Rifle on my second day.

I used .015 patches & she gotten tighter & quite consistent even out to 100 yards off hand.

Hawg Haggen
November 11, 2008, 02:38 PM
the ball I used was hard cast "had #2 hardness & was for an experiment" "would that make a difference" so I wrapped a old brush with some 0000 steel wool & gave it 30-40 passes & then recleaned.


Maybe, a hard cast ball will be bigger than a pure lead ball. So your .495's are probably closer to .498. I wouldn't think it would make the rifling cut patches tho, just make them harder to load. The steel wool might help but as good as it's shooting I wouldn't worry about it too much. Shoot it enough and it'll smooth itself out. It takes around 500 rounds to make a rifle shoot it's best anyway.

redwing 40
November 11, 2008, 03:49 PM
The rifle will do much better than that spray group. The .010 patch is useless for any kind of accurate shooting in a B/P rifle. The reason you can not find your patches is they are burning up in the bore.
You will find that you have lead starting to build in the bore from patch failure. I would get some lead remover and scrub the bore clean. The next thing is go to Walmart and get a .015 or .018 pillow tick and cut some patches. You will need a short starter for these loads but they can take the heat.
The Bore Butter is not my choice. I travel and shoot B/P matches in 5 western states go thru 40 lbs. of powder a year. My choice is Hoppees BP Plus wet the patch thru but not dripping. Shooting 5 shot 20 minute relays you have to go thru many shots before cleaning. Bore Butter will load up and make it hard to load after a relay or two.:)

Hawg Haggen
November 11, 2008, 04:28 PM
I travel and shoot B/P matches in 5 western states go thru 40 lbs. of powder a year.

From the rest of your post I seriously doubt that.

redwing 40
November 11, 2008, 06:52 PM
Well we may disagree Sir but to call me a liar is very unfair. What I have stated is true. I disagree with your 500 rounds to break in a barrel. But I also understand some folks are only used to imported production guns. If you use Rice or other quality barrels you would have a different take on this subject.

Again disagree but you have no right to call me a lair. What did I state in my post that was wrong? If you know anyone in the Texas State MLs, Wyoming MLs NM MLS AZ MLs I will give you my name to check out. Please go to the Txs. State Mls Web Site Brady State Shoot 2007 the second picture up in the Gallery is me. Now Sir what are your credentials ?:confused:

Raider2000
November 11, 2008, 07:12 PM
Well from talking to HH for some time has given me a respect for him.

& I am mistaken in the lube on the patches, it's that Wonder Lube 1000 that is pre saturated on the patches.

I do use a short starter & the .010 patches were what shot fairly well in my other .50 caliber but this rifle seems to like the thicker patch with my cast ball either my hard cast or my Pure lead ones, & I'm in the process of getting my own punch to punch my own & try some 50/50.

redwing 40
November 11, 2008, 09:42 PM
You can Mic. the grooves you will find the .010 is not the right patch. It makes little difference if the ball is hard or soft if you are using the right patch. For the best groups in a rifle the "Dead Lead" is best. I shoot number 2 alloy in Smooth Bore Compt. that is about WW lead. If you want you can pull up 08 smooth scores for the Wyoming State where I took 4 places. The point is that both types of lead have there place in B/P Shooting.

I shoot many patches and the punch is slow at best. The process I use is the hole saw with teeth ground off. You can chuck this up in a little cheapo drill press and make patches by the hundreds in a hurry. You can also use a good quality Elect. Hand Drill.
Go to Harbor Freight and get a Hole Saw kit. Grind the teeth off the saw size you need and get it sharp. I use a slab of hard rubber to cut on. With a little practice you can cut them by the pile.
I shoot Texas Dry Patches for 100yd. paper these are .024 sail cloth canvas with Teflon to the bore. These are tough and the hole saw cuts these with no problem. I also use the Walmart Blue Canvas Duct .024 this is a real fine patch in round bottom or radius cut barrels. For this type of patch in 30 minute relays you have time for an alcohol wipe between shots. Try a more fluid patch lube like BP Plus. Pushing gobs of grease like Bore Butter down the rifle and coating the bore is not good. The bore is not for cooking its for shooting keep it clean don't put high spots or tight spots in the bore with this stuff. Even if it did work you can not keep it even in the bore.:( Your rifle will keep them in the 10 ring at 50 yds don't settle for less.

Raider2000
November 11, 2008, 10:12 PM
OK Redwing, since you are touting your prowess with a smoothie or muzzle loader, please show me the page where the scores are at, I'm not trying to be smart but since I have no clue of your name & the club you are referring to "outside of state shoots" I have to go by face value.

Now as far as the drill & hole saw idea that does sound like an idea that I'm willing to try, I would guess that the cloth has to be in some kind of holding fixture to keep from bunching up on the blade as you rotate it while cutting the cloth?

I just cast some .495 Ball from Adhesive Wheel Weights "98.5% pure lead" & they measure .4962 with a weight of 182.7gr..
The Hard cast "94.2% lead" .495 balls that I have left measure .4971 & Weigh 180.6gr..

Um so far with this rifle I've yet to have any issues show with the Wonder Lube 1000 lubed patches & may last session I purposly swabbed every 5th shot & didn't notice any high spots or what not, if you are talking about the 50/50 lube, I've used that mixture for over 25 years with no issues.

redwing 40
November 11, 2008, 10:50 PM
Raider go to the Wyoming State Shooting scores BP of course. Only one name will be repeated 4 times won't be hard to find. It may be you should just keep doing things the way you always have.:)

Raider2000
November 11, 2008, 11:27 PM
http://wyomingmuzzleloaders.com/08WSMLAshootresults.pdf

Bruce Schwindt or Mike Dunn?

It may be you should just keep doing things the way you always have.

Explain.
You stated that there is a problem with using Bore Butter or the like, please explain the actual issues.

redwing 40
November 12, 2008, 12:53 AM
I am a little more than tired of the insults. Your pal HH calling me a liar is more than a little off the thread. I did not see you call his hand on that comment. But you want to call all of my post in to question.:mad:

One more time:rolleyes:The heavy grease type lubes will in time build up on the bore as promised. These must be removed from time to time or they will interfere
with the cleaning and accuracy. You should use a product that does not coat the bore but cleans it. I use H#9 Plus it works good enough to shoot thru many relays with out cleaning.
Note on the Wyoming Rifle scores Ron Abbott fired a 5 10X off hand at 100 yds. he uses only orange based liquid soap. I do not know of any shooters who follow the western matches that use grease. By the way I was on the road 9 Mos. last year shooting in 5 states. I will be glad to schedule a shoot with you at your local club in Virginia. I will be in NC in March for a meeting with an International Shooting Group. I pay all my own expenses we shoot for $1,000.00 all winnings go to support the shooting sports. I like for mine divided $500.00 to club that holds the shoot. $500.00 to the NMLRA or the NRA. If you want proof here it is for $1,000.00.:)

redwing 40
November 12, 2008, 12:58 AM
Oh the match, How about 4 targets at 50 yds. 6 Bulls and 4 targets at 100 yds.8 Bulls. I will accept your in put on the match if you want to raise some club money.:)

Hawg Haggen
November 12, 2008, 04:39 AM
Again disagree but you have no right to call me a lair. What did I state in my post that was wrong?

For one thing even a dry patch wont burn up in a barrel and I've never seen Bore Butter load up and make anything hard to load. You are right about one thing. I've never had a high quality muzzleloader barrel and I'm sure they are lapped before they're released for sale so wouldn't need a break in period. However the guns we're talking about here are high production guns that are made as cheaply as possible and do need to either be lapped or have a break in period. Now maybe you are what and who you say you are, I dunno. Just from your other post it doesn't sound like it. Also when you made that post it was your first post in the bp forum. Seems like someone with your credentials would have had some input here before now. My only credentials are 39 years of shooting bp. I don't claim to know everything but I know what I know.

Raider2000
November 12, 2008, 06:20 AM
I am a little more than tired of the insults. Your pal HH calling me a liar is more than a little off the thread. I did not see you call his hand on that comment. But you want to call all of my post in to question.
One more timeThe heavy grease type lubes will in time build up on the bore as promised. These must be removed from time to time or they will interfere
with the cleaning and accuracy. You should use a product that does not coat the bore but cleans it. I use H#9 Plus it works good enough to shoot thru many relays with out cleaning.
Note on the Wyoming Rifle scores Ron Abbott fired a 5 10X off hand at 100 yds. he uses only orange based liquid soap. I do not know of any shooters who follow the western matches that use grease. By the way I was on the road 9 Mos. last year shooting in 5 states. I will be glad to schedule a shoot with you at your local club in Virginia. I will be in NC in March for a meeting with an International Shooting Group. I pay all my own expenses we shoot for $1,000.00 all winnings go to support the shooting sports. I like for mine divided $500.00 to club that holds the shoot. $500.00 to the NMLRA or the NRA. If you want proof here it is for $1,000.00.

The reason I commented what I did to you is that you said things that didn't make since & that you seemed to get argumentive when HH made his comments to you.

Now as far as you & I in a shooting contest, I'm sure you probably could win because you obviously have more expensive custom made rifles than what I can ever afford, & if you are who you say you are, you have a lot more experience punching paper than I & know what load works best for a given rifle & distance than I do, I on the other hand shoot for pure enjoyment & education I may not have a special load for that 50 yard shot & then one for a 100 yard shot but once I have a weapon ready to take a life for my freezer or the freezer of a friend I have enough knowledge about that weapon to know it can take that life cleanly at a comfortable range.

You see I too am just a Po Country Boy that just enjoy shooting & the great outdoors & teaching the finer aspects of those to our younger generation so that they can enjoy them as well but from what I've seen out of you from the few posts that you have sumitted strenghtens my reason for not being in a club like you are in because you are easy to temper & you have a fat head, when someone in your position should be giving advice with proof of your claims instead of badgering & touting how good you are.

I've posted these 2 threads to get knowledge to see what my next step should be & other threads that I've posted in or started was either for the same or to express what my knowledge may help others.

redwing 40
November 12, 2008, 10:02 AM
HH I think you need to spend more time on the range. You have been at this 39 years and still shooting imported barrels now thats a record.:confused:

HH if you will go to Muzzleloader.com forums look up redwing post you will find about 1,400. With my shooting thats all I have time for.:)

Raider, You can't run with the big dogs if you still pee like a puppy.;)

This is the end of my posting with you fellows. HH you don't own this forum because you have posted a lot of very poor information on it.:barf:

redwing 40
November 12, 2008, 10:10 AM
HH why don't you go on one of the BP forums and post a topic on how you never burned a thin or dry patch in 39 years.:) You can get away with this crap with these kids like Raider. You had better stick with the key board and leave the rifles to others.:)

Raider2000
November 12, 2008, 10:44 AM
There is a reason why there is less intrest in OUR sport.

It's Guys like you who think that since you can afford the expensive gear & can shoot as often as you do that unless others are at the same level as you they are not worth the Air that they rob from you.

Raider2000
November 12, 2008, 11:20 AM
I see also that you don't seem to have this attitude on that forum as you do here or that you must be affraid of what others will think of you when you comment the same on those forums.

Hawg Haggen
November 12, 2008, 11:34 AM
HH why don't you go on one of the BP forums and post a topic on how you never burned a thin or dry patch in 39 years. You can get away with this crap with these kids like Raider. You had better stick with the key board and leave the rifles to others.

I belong to several traditionl bp forums. I never said I never burned a patch. YOU said a patch would burn up in the bore, which it wont. IMHO there's a difference between a patch burning up in the bore than one with a burned place or smoldering when it hits the ground.

HH I think you need to spend more time on the range. You have been at this 39 years and still shooting imported barrels now thats a record.

No it's not. Maybe for some big hot shot like you purport to be. I'm not a competitor. I shoot for fun and to hunt. I used to do some long range competition with cartridge rifles. It was arrogant, condescending people full of themselves like you that drove me away from that sport.

HH you don't own this forum because you have posted a lot of very poor information on it.

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black but you think what you want to.

This is the end of my posting with you fellows.

Have a nice day now, ya hear?

kwhi43@kc.rr.com
November 12, 2008, 05:05 PM
Here one for you. 100 yd shot from bench .45 Flintlock Hawken. H&H barrel.
1-60 twist 90 grs. Goex FF .454 ball .022 Telfon patch Open sight
http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o127/prizzel/Untitled3.jpg

Raider2000
November 12, 2008, 05:09 PM
Now that's some fine shooting there kwhi43@kc.rr.com, one day I'll have my Lyman shooting like that.

kwhi43@kc.rr.com
November 12, 2008, 05:43 PM
I'm really not a rifle shooter. I am a pistol shooter. Yes, I shoot at Friendship.

Hawg Haggen
November 12, 2008, 05:46 PM
If you're that good with a rifle remind me not to take you on with a pistol.:D

mykeal
November 12, 2008, 06:53 PM
This is the end of my posting with you fellows.
Thank you.

Raider2000
November 12, 2008, 09:00 PM
If you're that good with a rifle remind me not to take you on with a pistol.

I think I'd have better luck challenging him with my Bow.

Think I'd want to be on his side. :D

Hoss Fly
November 13, 2008, 07:16 AM
There is a reason why there is less intrest in OUR sport.

It's Guys like you who think that since you can afford the expensive gear & can shoot as often as you do that unless others are at the same level as you they are not worth the Air that they rob from you.

Well said-- I've known Hawg fer sum time now & he do know wat he knows from practical experience ---- Not from bein able ( or wantin ) to just buy that experience or knowledge ;)

redwing 40
November 13, 2008, 05:07 PM
Yes buying American products made right here in the USA may cost more but they are worth it. It is amazing how many shooters in the USA pat them selves on the back while buying guns from Italy, Spain, Japan etc.
They try to convince everyone else they are real he men no frills guys by buying the off shore products. The folks who buy American are the bad guys. They buy the things real shooters can' t afford. Its too bad there was a time when all shooters paid the price for good products made in USA.
Sorry Dude it does not fly. I buy Rice, Colerain, Getz, barrels Siler Davis locks and triggers all made by Americans right here in the USA. All of these firms support my rights to keep and bear arms. Yes, the next time you pick up that Lyman or CVA proudly stamped Made in Italy or Made in Spain. Just think the guys who made these don't even have the freedom to own them.
Yes those no frills guys with all their gun knowledge never own any of that high end stuff made in the USA by Americans. That American stuff is for is for guys who buy there way in. Americans who buy American products are phoney. Well you guys are going to love your new president he thinks the same way you do.:barf:

Hawg Haggen
November 13, 2008, 05:54 PM
I buy Rice, Colerain, Getz, barrels Siler Davis locks and triggers all made by Americans right here in the USA.

More power to ya Bubba. I'm glad you can afford to buy top quality parts. Me, I can't. I could have at one time but I was more into centerfire rifles and original Civil War weapons. I still have two custom rifles and one original Enfield I wont ever sell but the chances of me ever being able to buy the stuff you do so glibly is decreasing more with every passing year. Some of us just have to make do with what we can get. I'm not a competition shooter and don't want to be. I just want to enjoy what I have. Nobody ever said that American stuff wasn't better. You seem to read between the lines a lot.

BTW it's nice to see you're also a man of your word.
This is the end of my posting with you fellows.

Hoss Fly
November 13, 2008, 06:14 PM
Well, i'd put my 1 cent in ( i'm poor too) but since mr redwing is off spendin money & won't be back rekken i'll save my time & forum space :rolleyes:

Raider2000
November 13, 2008, 06:30 PM
BTW I too have American built pieces & gear, just mine have a history, been in my family for around 150 years & is worth a whole lot more than any of your new stuff, tis why I don't shoot it.

Granted I would love to buy what you have but I don't make the money that you seem to have & I don't want to wait a few extra years to enjoy the sport that I love so I make do with what I can afford to have, but wait that is also an American concept, the Right to Life, Liberty, & the Persuit of Happieness, it does not mention anywhere that any of OUR rights are only for those that can afford to have the extravagant, so if my gear that I can afford is from another country then so be it I am still supporting OUR Right to keep & Bear Arms.

BTW I didn't vote for our new elected President.

redwing 40
November 13, 2008, 06:44 PM
This reply was to Horse Fly. No one else. Yes, I can't afford American you must be rich I don't shoot to win. Hell I have heard all this Anti-American crap before.
Go ahead and repeat this anti buy American prayer every time you heft that copy of a great American gun. Yes a Hawken Rifle made in Italy but I am a real shooter what CRAP. And by the Way I shot at the TEXAS STATE SHOOT in Brady Txs. in 07. Yes it is true all Texans are Patriots because there was Damn few off shore guns if any. You Sir are most likely one of those eastern transplants.:mad:

mykeal
November 13, 2008, 06:49 PM
redwing 40 - please be so kind as to be a man and keep your word.

arcticap
November 13, 2008, 07:53 PM
Greetings redwing 40,
How's every man's best friend in Texas John L. Hinnant doing?
Is he still hitting his mark there at Brady?
He's one of the kindest and most helpful gentleman from Texas that I've ever had the pleasure to meet on the internet.
What a great ambassador for Brady, the shooting sports and the NRA.
And to top it off he's a school teacher that's always willing to listen and to help explain things in a way that everyone can understand. :)

Hoss Fly
November 13, 2008, 08:10 PM
This reply was to Horse Fly. No one else. Yes, I can't afford American you must be rich I don't shoot to win. Hell I have heard all this Anti-American crap before.
Go ahead and repeat this anti buy American prayer every time you heft that copy of a great American gun. Yes a Hawken Rifle made in Italy but I am a real shooter what CRAP. And by the Way I shot at the TEXAS STATE SHOOT in Brady Txs. in 07. Yes it is true all Texans are Patriots because there was Damn few off shore guns if any. You Sir are most likely one of those eastern transplants.

Born & raised here ******* :barf:
Your the only one spoutin anti-American & spoutin ALL the crap :rolleyes:
Listen to Mr mykeal :cool:

YOU MAY GO NOW :)

Raider2000
November 13, 2008, 08:16 PM
I wonder how he would like it if some one was to go to his preferred sight & show his friends what kind of !@#$%^&* he is.

Hoss Fly
November 13, 2008, 08:25 PM
Interestin idea but really not worth much of a effort- I'm pretty sure any that know him already know him :D

Hummm- I know arcticap (whos kissin redwings - well- never mind) from nuther fourm too -----

Raider2000
November 13, 2008, 08:31 PM
Very true, & I try not to be that type of !@#$%^& but it just gets under my skin when someone can be like this.
I know that mykeal frequents the muzzleloadingforum.com sight, maybe he knows this guy from there some.

redwing 40
November 14, 2008, 12:10 AM
ARTICAP Yes I know John L. Hinnant he is a great ambassador for the State Of Texas and BP Shooting. I was supposed to meet him in San Antone last spring but spent too much time fishing with Ralph Miller in Sea Brook, Txs. Do you know Ralph and Shirley Miller Ralph has been Field Director for the NMLRA for some time.
The last time I visited with John L. was on a warm Texas night out side of Brady. The folks had a big pot of chili on a wood fire and plenty of cold beer.As you may know he is very active in the Texas Ranger Society. Johns grand father was a Capt. in the Rangers around the turn of the 19th century.

Do you know my old Border Patrol Pals down in Texas, Toney Eurban well known state and Nat'l shooter. Pat O'Sullivan retired Border Patrol and retired sheriffs Capt. I also like shooting at Electra, Txs. great bunch of guys.

Articap how do you know John L. Thanks for your post.:)

redwing 40
November 14, 2008, 12:22 AM
Hoss Fly, HH,and Raider, Let me tell you some thing I have run up against many hard cases in my time. I read on another forum where you guys try to run new people off this forum. Well it is true my first post and I was attacked. Now some stupid threat about exposing me to the world. You remind me of a Mexican Border gang or that level of brain power. Threats like that in interstate commerce can be addressed. You are getting close to the line.

Now you even attack Articap for asking a question. Just keep it up and maybe you can answer some questions. Just open wide and swallow you are not running me off as you have many others. Mykeal I include you in this mess.

Hawg Haggen
November 14, 2008, 04:46 AM
Well it is true my first post and I was attacked.

You weren't attacked. You stated some things that aren't so and I said from the sound of it that I seriously doubt you are what you say you are.

you are not running me off as you have many others.

Just who is it we've supposedly run off? :confused: The only one on this forum since I've been here to get his panties in a wad is you. And as for running you off you're the one that stated you weren't going to post here anymore. None of us had anything to do with that except to point out that you're still here. Still here and stirring up even more chit that wasn't even brought up by anybody but you and putting words in peoples mouths they didn't even infer let alone outright say.

Raider2000
November 14, 2008, 05:09 AM
I have 2 questions to you then Redwing 40, since you evidently are going to continue this.

Now you even attack Articap for asking a question. Just keep it up and maybe you can answer some questions. Just open wide and swallow you are not running me off as you have many others. Mykeal I include you in this mess.
Where is the statements that said anything about or against Mr. Arcticap?

How come you're such an !@#$%^& here but on the muzzleloadingforum.com sight you seem to be a different person & don't have the same sentiment & types of words that you seem to need to express here, or is that person some one else & you wish you were infact him?

Umm forget the first question, I just re-read the postings & see what Hoss Fly had wrote.
Sorry.

mykeal
November 14, 2008, 08:06 AM
Select User CP
Select Settings and Options
Select Edit Ignore List
Type the appropriate user name in the "Add a member to your list" box
Select Okay

Anyone can use it.

redwing 40
November 14, 2008, 08:20 AM
Let us see how this thing goes?:):):):):):)

redwing 40
November 14, 2008, 08:25 AM
We shall see how things go?:):):):):):)

redwing 40
November 14, 2008, 09:19 AM
Hoss Fly post number #44.:):):):)

Hoss Fly
November 14, 2008, 06:45 PM
Thanks mykeal---
That works jest fine :D