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Old 09-12-2012, 11:24 PM   #51
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They sell Black Powder Rifles at this club?


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Dave Taylor's civil war website has an occasional authentic musket for sale. Sharps, Burnside, and few others I cant think of right now. the site also has all kinds of swords, pics and other civil war odds and ends. These are all authentic and he stands behind them as he has a good reputation to keep. If nothing else he has a great descrition of the item that will educate you if nothing else.

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So do I look up "Dave Taylor's Civil War website" on the net or does it go by another name?


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Dave Taylor's civil war website has an occasional authentic musket for sale. Sharps, Burnside, and few others I cant think of right now. the site also has all kinds of swords, pics and other civil war odds and ends. These are all authentic and he stands behind them as he has a good reputation to keep. If nothing else he has a great descrition of the item that will educate you if nothing else.
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