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Non-Working Muzzleloader

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Leb, Apr 14, 2013.

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  1. Leb

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    I am looking for an old non working muzzleloader. Older and uglier the better! My 8yr old is seriously interested in all things civil war and really wants a muzzleloader. I am looking for an unwanted old gun that is taking up space and needs a new home to make an 8yr old extremely happy!
    Joe
     
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    ttt
     
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    Just a thought, several years ago I bought a muzzle loader kit. It was about $150. I had to "Plum Brown" the barrel after I smoothed it with a file covered with three progressive grades of crocus cloth. The wood also needed progressive sanding and finishing. You could take off the nibble and plug the hole with a screw to make it inoperable. He would learn some skills and may have more respect for the gun as he finished it.
     
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    Jt27,
    Thanks for the idea! That would definitely work!
     
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