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Old June 9, 2013, 07:44 PM   #20
Old Stony
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Join Date: May 31, 2013
Location: East Texas
Posts: 647
Takin' it to the woods the first time might be a trial for you. With a beautiful rifle like that I would spend all my time trying to keep it from touching anything that might leave a scratch on it. I know most of my muzzleloaders are customs and sometimes it's hard to get myself to actually use them for the intended purpose. I have a half stock .62 being restocked by a guy that I consider a premier muzzleloading builder and can hardly wait as he has assured me that he found a real nicely figured piece of maple. It will end up shooting whitetails by this next season.
Congrats on your beautiful job !!
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