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Muley Gil SASS # 57795

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    Southwest Virginia
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    shooting,reloading,reenacting

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  1. If it is a cartridge gun, do as Tyrel Cody sez. If it is a black powder breech loader, it can be mailed direct to the buyer, per Federal law. WARNING: Make sure all state and local laws are obeyed, on your end and on the buyer's end.
  2. It looks a lot like the W. Richards double barrel that I used to own. It was made in Belgium.
  3. Is that barrel length measured from the front of the cylinder to the end of the barrel?
  4. Since the BATF-E does not enforce state laws, the agent was probably checking to see if the buyer was a terrorist or other evil doer.
  5. Have you checked here: http://www.blackpowderva.com/
  6. The best option IS the press on a board clamped to the work bench. Back in college, I loaded ammo in my dorm room and cast bullets in the bathroom at the end of the hall. My press (first a RCBS Jr and then a RCBS Rockchucker) was bolted to a tiny bench. The bench had an about 18"x8" top and a 24"x8" bottom board with two (2) 18"x8" risers. I would sit on the floor to reload. All of my gear-dies, bullets, powders, bullets, etc. was stored in a cardboard box that I kept in my closet.
  7. Good luck. I have a 4 1/2" Model P Jr in .32-20/.32 H&R Magnum and I wouldn't sell it for twice what I paid for it.
  8. These days, if a child dressed like that, carrying his wooden Thompson and someone posted that picture on social media, even during summer vacation, he would probably be expelled from school BEFORE it starts back! What has this world come to anyway?
  9. Back in 1974, I was signed up to go to jump school at Fort Benning. The Army allowed a number of Navy and Marine Corps midshipman to attend. At the time, I still had a bit of a fear of heights. I figured jumping out of an airplane might cure that. Unfortunately, I was having some health issues and had to give up my dream of becoming an Officer of Marines. Looking back, I think the reason I wanted to go to jump school was so I could have something to pin on my uniform. Hard to understand the mind of a 19 year old. :):)
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