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    It's my understanding that they are no longer in...

    It's my understanding that they are no longer in business but if they are, then only they could answer your questios really.
    In the past their tent has been full of pretty much everything in the...
  2. The Loyalist folks already tried this. They had a...

    The Loyalist folks already tried this. They had a partnership with a US gunsmith who offered a proper rifled barrel. Not sure why but that arrangement ended some time ago. The problems with that...
  3. Very cool. Lock looks great

    Very cool. Lock looks great
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    Are the cases .50 cal or for the original .54 cal...

    Are the cases .50 cal or for the original .54 cal bore?
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    The weapon you need will most often be dictated...

    The weapon you need will most often be dictated by the unit you join and/or historical unit you portray. A Spencer, while being fun and sexy, will limit your options at events. Likewise with an iron...
  6. Please still consider the Lorenze rifle. The...

    Please still consider the Lorenze rifle. The world needs a good repro of that. If you can figure out how to build that and not have to charge $2500 then you will sell them. Good luck with your new...
  7. Are you thinking of going into business? I think...

    Are you thinking of going into business? I think there is a limited market for these rifles. I'd be interested but only because I'm a Tar Heel. If selling is the main concern, I'd suggest creating...
  8. I've always had a great interest in the Regulars,...

    I've always had a great interest in the Regulars, both Old Army and new. Will you just have 2 companies?
  9. That's the reason I got mine in .44-40, it's...

    That's the reason I got mine in .44-40, it's "less wrong", but in hindsight I kinda sorta wish I'd gone with .45 LC. Ammo is much easier to find and usually a good bit cheaper. .44-40 was going for...
  10. Is the NC shirt patterned off the MacRae shirt in...

    Is the NC shirt patterned off the MacRae shirt in the NC History museum?
  11. That right there might make for an interesting...

    That right there might make for an interesting thread of its own. Was it not uncommon to see an officer carrying a rifle? I do remember reading about an officer during the Carolinas campaign using a...
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    Thanks Curt

    Thanks Curt
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    Yes, I'm curious about the period charge. I don't...

    Yes, I'm curious about the period charge. I don't do competitions but
    I do love to shoot. Haven't got my Smith yet. I'll be trying out many
    different loads though
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    What is the maximum charge? Just looked at their...

    What is the maximum charge? Just looked at their website and found the aluminum cases ($3.75 each) but they don't provide a powder capacity. Their brass cases hold 30 grains
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    I'll be at BGA

    I'll be at BGA
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    When are the tickets mailed out?

    When are the tickets mailed out?
  17. I believe the 2nd assault on Ft Fisher in...

    I believe the 2nd assault on Ft Fisher in Wilmington NC was at night
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    Back pockets may not have been very common, but...

    Back pockets may not have been very common, but there are surviving trousers from the war that have rear pockets. Two are pictured in Echoes of Glory Union. The uniform of Lt George Young of the...
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    Check out the 6th NCST http://www.6ncst.org/...

    Check out the 6th NCST http://www.6ncst.org/ While we're not in your area, we do events in NC and Virginia
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    There are a couple images of North Carolina...

    There are a couple images of North Carolina soldiers with their coats tucked in. They are in the book State Troops and Volunteers by Greg Mast. They date from the 1861-62 timeframe and are studio...
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    Since it has the inspectors cartouche that says...

    Since it has the inspectors cartouche that says to me its likely not one of the 800 sold on the civilian market. So I'll go with "a post War 1901 or later "surplus" revolver puchased by a family...
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    Thanks for the bump!

    Thanks for the bump!
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    The 6th will be participating in a small living...

    The 6th will be participating in a small living history at the former site of the Fayetteville Armory and Museum of the Cape Fear in Fayetteville, NC tomorrow, May 21st. If you are nearby stop by and...
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    6th NCST

    The 6th North Carolina State Troops, Co I is actively recruiting for the upcoming 150th events and beyond. The company participates in living history events in NC and Virginia and at many battle...
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    What weapons are recommended for CS infantry? I...

    What weapons are recommended for CS infantry? I didn't see any listed in the guidelines
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