Yeah, sounds familiar. I will have to get a copy. I read the one about Jeremiah Johnson, the Crow Killer. It was a different country back then.
I may have to make a trip to Kentucky to get some. Once I stumbled onto Makers 46, I was hooked. I bet that was a great our to take.I took a tour of the Makers Mark distillery about 3 years ago. Petty cool place located right next to a small stream. The clear colored Makers is the stuff that will kick your butt--much higher in proof than what you can normally buy locally. I have only seen the clear colored Makers in Kentucky so far.
Could you take a 45 cal hawken and rebore it to a smooth bore 50 cal. Then you could shoot both shot and round balls out of it. Just a thought.well, I have always wanted a Hawken rifle.....and I plan on doing one. but I always wanted to hunt squirrels with a muzzle loading shotgun.
I went on several distillery tours with the wife when my son was stationed at Ft. Knox. All of them were fun and informative. There are a LOT of distilleries in the Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox area---you couldn't go to see all of them without spending about a month there.I may have to make a trip to Kentucky to get some. Once I stumbled onto Makers 46, I was hooked. I bet that was a great our to take.
All is well Gus.Gday folks, man how things have changed on here, im not even sure i am in the right place, a complete new format since i last dropped in. I see there are still a few of the old bunch tapping away here.
A few questions for those here, is Kawasker, and our south african contingent still about?
And now for the clincher, how is our old mate Randy (Gunrunner) going, i cant find anything about him.
My situation is still the same with Sue and her Alzheimers, the condition has deteriorated some since i last posted on here, she takes up most of my time being unable to care for herself at all. We now have 4 six hour days care per week, which has made things a lot easier for me. however i am still not able to go anywhere without her, so my shooting trips away have had to take a back seat,
Anyhow folks keep on keepin on i will drop in from time to time.