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The Charleville Blueprint

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1978 Views No comments

Check out this design blueprint for our Indian Charleville Musket

Which Powder Flask Should I Buy For My Muzzle Loading Gun?

By James Evans 1 years ago 1723 Views No comments

Good shooting demands the right tools for the job. Read on for some help on how to get the right flask for your gun.

How To Get A Stuck Ball Out Of Your Muzzle Loading Gun

By Peter Ainsworth 1 years ago 1551 Views No comments

It happened to us all, but getting a ball stuck in your muzzle loading gun need not be too much of a worry. Read on to find out how to solve this common problem.

Black Powder Rifle/Shotgun Cleaning and Maintenance Guide

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 4097 Views No comments

It is important when shooting any gun, but a black powder muzzle loading gun in particular, to clean the gun thoroughly. Black Powder fouling is hygroscopic and will attract moisture (and therefore rust), and will ruin a gun over time.

Posts tagged 'Shotgun'

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The Charleville Blueprint

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 8 months ago 1978 Views No comments

Check out this design blueprint for our Indian Charleville Musket

Which Powder Flask Should I Buy For My Muzzle Loading Gun?

By James Evans 1 years ago 1723 Views No comments

Good shooting demands the right tools for the job. Read on for some help on how to get the right flask for your gun.

How To Get A Stuck Ball Out Of Your Muzzle Loading Gun

By Peter Ainsworth 1 years ago 1551 Views No comments

It happened to us all, but getting a ball stuck in your muzzle loading gun need not be too much of a worry. Read on to find out how to solve this common problem.

Black Powder Rifle/Shotgun Cleaning and Maintenance Guide

By Tom Metcalf-Jackson 2 years ago 4097 Views No comments

It is important when shooting any gun, but a black powder muzzle loading gun in particular, to clean the gun thoroughly. Black Powder fouling is hygroscopic and will attract moisture (and therefore rust), and will ruin a gun over time.