The Black Powder Plainsman: A Beginner's Guide to Muzzle-Loading and Reenactment on the Great Plains

The Black Powder Plainsman: A Beginner's Guide to Muzzle-Loading and Reenactment on the Great Plains

by Randy Smith
     
 

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The Black Powder Plainsman provides a wealth of information on muzzleloading and the history of the Plainsmen. The author explores the lives and roles of women, Plainsmen relations with the Native Americans, and the current status of the hobby of muzzleloading, along with many other topics. He also shares advice on how to get involved in historical reenactments

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The Black Powder Plainsman provides a wealth of information on muzzleloading and the history of the Plainsmen. The author explores the lives and roles of women, Plainsmen relations with the Native Americans, and the current status of the hobby of muzzleloading, along with many other topics. He also shares advice on how to get involved in historical reenactments and how to preserve the values of the early Plainsmen. Hunting techniques with muzzleloading rifles are also explored.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620874196
Publisher:
Skyhorse Publishing
Publication date:
06/20/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
661,187
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Randy Smith is the director of State & Federal Programs for Dodge City,
Kansas. He is also a member of the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association,
International Black Powder Hunting Association, and the Kansas Muzzleloading
Association. His work has been featured in many black powder and historical publications, such as Muzzle Blasts, Wild West, Black Powder Hunting, and Muzzle-
loader, and he currently has fourteen published books. He lives in Garden
City, Kansas.

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