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Old November 23, 2012, 10:15 PM   #16
B.L.E.
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Some guns like the TC Hawken are a traditional style gun but not a reproduction of an actual historic rifle. The Lyman GPR is more historically correct as a Hawken style rifle. It becomes even more historically correct if you replace that big square blade front sight with a smaller, lower, and more rounded blade and put a simple non-adjustable rear sight on the back.

There are also traditional styled rifles with fast twist rifling suitable for modern plastic sabots and jacketed bullets. I.E. the Great Plains Hunter.

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