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    My parents ordered some items from them for my...

    My parents ordered some items from them for my Christmas present and they arrived promptly, so they are still very much in business.
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    One would think that since the Italians love...

    One would think that since the Italians love putting patent breaches on nearly all their reproductions (where it is not correct-the vast majority of martial arms used integral (brazed-on) bolsters)...
  3. I actually have M1854 Lorenz parts on order from...

    I actually have M1854 Lorenz parts on order from the Rifle Shoppe, however I've been waiting over a year for the parts. On the other hand they did deliver my Potsdam parts fairly quickly. I...
  4. To give an update, I am full steam ahead on...

    To give an update, I am full steam ahead on reproducing Mendenhall, Jones, and Gardner Rifles. I have the lockplate complete and yesterday was successful in installing the front site. Now if my parts...
  5. Ladies and Gentlemen, Camp Randall now has it's...

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Camp Randall now has it's own webpage for your viewing pleasure:

    www.camprandallarmory.com
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    WTB Zouave Rifle

    I am looking for a 1863 Remington "Zouave" rifle for parts in order to build a custom rifle. Only important thing is the condition of the bore as nearly everything else is being refinished/replaced....
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    By late model Charleville do you mean Model 1777...

    By late model Charleville do you mean Model 1777 and later, or Model 1763-1766 type?
  8. Thanks for the replies. I am trying to start a...

    Thanks for the replies. I am trying to start a gun making business, and I am starting small (with my lockplates)and working my way up to more ambitious projects. While a Fayetteville would be more...
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    Both of them have their own issues. The Pedersoli...

    Both of them have their own issues. The Pedersoli is simply a rebranded Euroarms. The Euroarms can take original parts, the armi sport can't. Neither is really better or worse than the other, so in...
  10. Thinking about building a NC state rifle

    I am thinking about building a Mendenhall, Jones, & Gardner Rifle and would like to know other forum member's opinions on the feasibility of the project. I'm thinking about starting with a Remington...
  11. Yes, at this time I cannot do Enfields because I...

    Yes, at this time I cannot do Enfields because I don't have the correct stamps.
  12. I'd just like to point out that the boys of 61...

    I'd just like to point out that the boys of 61 did not have buckets of water lying around nor plastic tubing. And the 1855 musket tool has a slot designed just for the clean out screw. So if you want...
  13. http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s211/PanzerOfJu...

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s211/PanzerOfJustice/Richmond1861_zps520fbae5.jpg

    Quick bump. Shown is a custom project I just did for an early 1861 Virgina State Rifle Musket. Pretty much if...
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    Notwithstanding the fact that a Corporal of...

    Notwithstanding the fact that a Corporal of Ordnance had no place in a line unit...

    If you can't afford a nice frock coat, why not get a sack coat? A decent sack coat would be yards better than...
  15. C. B. Hoard, Watertown, New York, "Watertown"...

    C. B. Hoard, Watertown, New York, "Watertown" produced 12,800 arms.
    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s211/PanzerOfJustice/P1000468.jpg
  16. US Rifle-Musket 1861 Contractor Lockplates

    I am now offering US Rifle-Musket 1861 Contractor plates. Why? Of the 900,000 m1861 produced, only 33,572 of them were produced in 1861, and only 265,000 were produced at the national armory at...
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    Model 1809s were polished armory bright, so no...

    Model 1809s were polished armory bright, so no finish to worry about.
  18. Not entirely true. Stress hardening (a technical...

    Not entirely true. Stress hardening (a technical name for the processes described above) does increase tensile strength. Another way to increase tensile strength is to temper the steel, which is the...
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    Yes, the 1854 Extra Korps - Gewehr Lorenz was a...

    Yes, the 1854 Extra Korps - Gewehr Lorenz was a shortened version of the 1854 Lorenz rifle musket. It had a 26.5" barrel, as opposed to the 37.25" barrel of the standard 1854 Lorenz infantry rifle....
  20. I wish them all the luck but it's going to be a...

    I wish them all the luck but it's going to be a tough sell at that price point with the Italian competition. I don't get it either, Henry sells their "Big Boy" line with an MSRP of around $900, and...
  21. Make sure you ask your leadership in your...

    Make sure you ask your leadership in your company, I'm sure they'll help you out. As a former member of Co. K I know there's a great deal of knowledge there.
    Really, with regards with stuff to...
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    A nice thing about Duvall is the quick...

    A nice thing about Duvall is the quick turnaround. I ordered a custom bayonet scabbard a week before Christmas and should get it tomorrow. Quick response from email as well.
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    I had a great time at Perryville with the 24th...

    I had a great time at Perryville with the 24th Illinois. The thing that impressed me most was the distances between engaging units. We started engaging at long distances and for the most part did not...
  24. Made my Armi Sport 1861 into a Charles Hoard Contractor Musket

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s211/PanzerOfJustice/P1000468.jpg

    Just thought I'll show you my latest project. One thing that has irked me for some time is that 100% percent of all Italian...
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    Using a punch is the best way to remove the...

    Using a punch is the best way to remove the tumbler as Herr Schmidt says. Remember to be careful, as the tumbler contains a pin that holds the "yoke" (not sure if this is the right term, it's the...
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