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  1. Keith

    Smooth Pistols. Meeting At Dragon's Claw.

  2. Keith

    Information On Antique Firearms Laws Uk

    If you do not want to be on any gun register, then purchasing an antique gun is the legal answer. New laws are being introduced to the UK regarding antique cartridge guns, but as far as I know, no changes involve muzzle-loading firearms...
  3. Keith

    Uk Re-enactment/living History Groups.

    http://www.lacewars.co.uk/ http://nfoe.org.uk/ http://www.13thfoot.co.uk/ http://www.englishcivilwar.org/p/re-enactment.html
  4. Keith

    Flintlock Muzzle-loading Guns, Rifles & Pistols.

    This post is in response to earlier requests for more information on firearms. I do NOT consider my guns to be weapons, I think of them as tools, but of course they can be used for defence as well as hunting & in the case of a flintlock, the lock can be used to make fire. My .32 caliber...
  5. Keith

    Some Of My Weapons/tools.

    I prefer to refer to my guns & blades as tools rather than weapons, but of course they serve equally well for defence as they do for hunting. I prefer 18th century equipment because it is robust, practicle & sustainable. I do own modern firearms, but for long term survival I depend on my 18th...
  6. Keith

    Hunting & Defence.

    Now for those of you who have not followed my blogs or read any of my articles, this may be a new concept. There are a lot of different tools/weapons you can use for hunting & defence. Without a doubt the best tool for defence would have to be the modern firearm, BUT, the modern firearm is not...
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