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Brooklyn Slim

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About Brooklyn Slim

  • Birthday 01/25/1943

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    95085
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    West Shore Posse

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South Central PA
  • Interests
    Family, Garden Railroad, Antique Post Cards, CAS

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  1. Many thanks for the tip. I'll be contacting them. B Slim
  2. Need help. Looking for Period Corr (OOPS! I mean historically accurate) front and rear sights. Do not intend for serious long range competition, mostly 200 yards or less but don't want to rule out longer distance if opportunity arises. Need something useful and easy to use. Looking at one of the following. http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/sights/rear-sights/goodwin-style-creedmoor-sight-sku100010691-23126-105878.aspx Don't understand the difference between the Soule and Creedmore sights, and understand these sights must be removed to clean the barrel. The Goodwin type, according to the reviews, allows clearance to clean the barrel with the sight on the rifle. When these sights are folded down, is it still possible to use the original sight that came with the gun? Suggestions for front sight? Appreciate advice. B Slim
  3. Ramming the patched ball down a rifled musket requires considerable effort. If the firearm came with a wooden ram rod, I suggest getting a brass or fiber rod. The wood will bend, and break if not supported. Cleaning between shots is necessary to be able to ram subsequent patched balls down. B Slim
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