Buying Used Muzzleloading Guns: How to Select the Best of the World's Used Muzzleloading Firearms

Buying Used Muzzleloading Guns: How to Select the Best of the World's Used Muzzleloading Firearms

by Wm. Hovey Smith
Buying Used Muzzleloading Guns: How to Select the Best of the World's Used Muzzleloading Firearms

Buying Used Muzzleloading Guns: How to Select the Best of the World's Used Muzzleloading Firearms

by Wm. Hovey Smith

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Overview

The evolution of muzzleloading guns has undergone an enormous revival during the past 60 years because of the great interest in the Civil War Centennial and the arms used during the period as well as the rise of interests and opportunities to hunt with muzzleloading guns. As a result large numbers of muzzleloading guns are available on the used gun market, and there is interests in using and collecting them. The author's interests in black-powder firearms is strongly slanted towards hunting with these guns, and he has written extensively about them in magazines, published several books on the subject, filmed some 800 videos largely about outdoor topics including hunting with muzzleloading guns, and blogged about them. For a decade he was the Corresponding Editor for The Gun Digest Annual covering black-powder guns. This book provides buyers of muzzleloading guns information on how to evaluate them, which defects might be repairable, what of the guns are more desirable for hunting, and information based on real experiences on how they performed in the field. A small amount of load information is included and much more appears in his other books and e-books. This book is the second of an eight book e-book series of which six have been published

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780916565176
Publisher: Whitehall Press - Budget Publications
Publication date: 03/10/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 71
File size: 7 MB
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