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Size:  97.4 KBMate, fine and dandy ! have been working on my blacksmith shop, sorting out a Baker Officers Fusil, a German Jaeger rifle, percussion conversion, and my English percussion sporting rifle. First two are for a mate, woke the fusil up after a 170 year sleep, hit what I was aiming at !! lock which I had repaired is ver fast and a good sparker. The Jaeger needs the bore cleaning some and the lock needs a small repair. Both will be good shooters. Name:  Blacksmith Shop.jpg
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    Keep yo hoss well shod an yo powdah dry !

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    Mate here are some pictures of the Jaeger rifleName:  Jaeger.jpg
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Size:  92.9 KBThe rifle shows a lot in common with my early Lancaster longrifle, so not hard to see you you blokes adapted the European design to local conditions. She is well balanced and has a good set of sights.
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    Keep yo hoss well shod an yo powdah dry !

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