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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by NyeKass, Oct 24, 2005.

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  1. NyeKass

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  2. Jubei

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    Beautiful gun, kinda makes me think of that Charleton Heston movie "The Mountain Men". It'd be to pretty for me to shoot.

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    Great gun for the wall of a north country cabin, it's suprizeing how much "art" can be had on a piece designed to be leathal.
     
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    Hmmm -- the '94 Winchester came out more than 40 years after the Mountain Men and the fur trade had passed from the scene. The "signature rifle" of the Mountain May was the heavy round-ball muzzle loader, not a metallic cartridge repeating breechloader.
     
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