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    Posted: January 21 2020 at 2:42pm
While this not the latest pattern It should be fun and the price was right
 
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Nice, now you need the funny hat & the parrot!
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Hummm, clearly a "weapon of war", must be banned! 
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Originally posted by Shamu Shamu wrote:

Nice, now you need the funny hat & the parrot!
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Nevermore! nevermore!
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"...Hummm, clearly a "weapon of war", must be banned! ..."

not in texas - or here - 
very nice SW , a few years back i was seeking one out to hang with my kentucky rifle , i found one but i would have rather had that i think , 

oh and no parrot or pirate hat but might want a colonial one to hang off to the side - always adding bits here 



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Interesting knife and sheath. Any chance of a picture of the blade?
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ill try to add one - its a modern Damascus that i won at a cowboy shoot - well known knife maker that i cant recall at the moment , my dusty mental drawers still store a wealth of info if i can just get them open and find it , 

nothing on that wall is old , just well made replicas , 

the rifle is a custom made [for me] "Lexington" kentucky rifle in 50 cal , the powder horn was made by the same craftsman , it took a year to get but i have photos of all the steps in its production , a great experience and marc is a meticulous craftsman , the patch box is interesting because it has a 'hidden latch' - one of the screws on top of the buttplate - when depressed opens it ,  
the pistol is a pederasoli replica 45 cal , i bought it because the fiddle-back wood was a close match to the rifle , 

therenow is hanging with them leather bags with proper lead balls and a leather ditty with the loading/maintenance tools , 
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