I shoot a .50 cal. Traditions inline and my grandsons a CVA .50 CAL. Dont shoot it much but dont miss any of deer season. Got a small buck last year with it. Only sighting rounds this year....
Does that 4 gauge come with Sears shock absorbers or the more efficient MacPherson struts?Saturday at my shop a guy came in who builds CUSTON BLACK POWDER SHOTGUNS. Had two with him. a double side lock 12 ga. One of the most beautiful guns I have ever seen. The wood, fit and finish were awsome. He makes every part including barrels and does all the wood himself.
Most interesting was an Over-Under percusion. Wierd setup on the right side for the caps. One trigger. It was a 4 ga. Looked like two Peterbuilt tailpipes stacked up. Said he had built 8 of them. Someone asked what they were used to shoot. He said "anything you want to". Wish I had had a camera.
Duster last time I was on armslist there was a vintage 1970ish cva kentucky rifle kitI have been wanting a reproduction Kentucky rifle for a few years now. I've been begging the wife to get me a 1911 for years, but she is a communist and refuses to buy a gun. A flyer came with my Pietta SAA from Dixie Gun Works with beautiful pics of a Kentucky rifle. I showed her simply because of the beauty. She was very impressed, and told me she'll buy me one of those. I'll remind her in April because our annaversary is in June. Keeping fingers crossed
I've been considering a kit too, in fact that will probably be what I have to do due to costs. Besides I'm sure I can do a decent job and will enjoy the process. By the way even though she is my little commie she did pay for that Pietta for my birthday last year. She doesn't mind the money it's the paper work she refuses to do.Duster last time I was on armslist there was a vintage 1970ish cva kentucky rifle kit