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Old February 16, 2007, 10:24 PM   #4
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The rifle you buy should be predicated on your own gut feeling, balanced by what you can gather in quality reviews in places such as here.

The best book for a new shooter, in my opinion, is the Lyman Handbook of Black Powder. It has the basics for beginners, the procedures to gain confidence and skill and a lot of information on different guns and loads. After you ahve digested that a bit, you can move on to Sam Falada's Blackpowder Handbook.

Join in the sport and enjoy "shootin' dirty."

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