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Online goingoldskool

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Missouri fur company
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:07:36 PM »
Waco, Missouri is having the Missouri Fur Company  pre 1840 mountain man rendezvous this weekend. .... it will be my first one and plan on taking my GPR flintlock in .54 cal and my TC Renegade  cap lock in .50 cal.  I will also be packing my throwing hatchet.  Although I haven't thrown one in quite awhile. .. we'll  be sleeping in my buddy's teepee. .. again, a first for me!!!!

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Online doc nock

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Re: Missouri fur company
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2018, 09:00:04 AM »
I see you did post it up on our forum!  Cool...

Very neat tribute to the times gone by... and right before our mid terms!  Excellent...

Tip of the hat, without the "e", that seems to pervade today's stuff!

Have a great time for the rest of us not so lucky! :)