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Old 06-12-2012, 03:30 AM   #81
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I am in the process of moving to a larger room, will update later.
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I am in the process of moving to a larger room, will update later.
nice cannon on the floor
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Nice leg irons. Nice horn and shooting bag and is that a tomahawk I see?

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Yes, to the cannon. That is one of Hern Iron Works scale model Carronades. John Hern cast that for me with a high pressure steel liner in the barrel, just before he passed away. I am building a correct carriage for it from my native bur oak.

The leg irons are Smith and Wesson shackles, they are the most painful shackles on the market and impossible to run in. There are 3 sets of cuffs under them. Bringing back the bad guys was my business for many years.

Yes to the horn and bag, Thanks. I build my own rifles, and hunt black powder at every opportunity.

The axe on the bunk there is a Gransfors Bruks meat axe. It has a thin edge that is razor sharp, functions as a skinning knife, or ulu blade, and the poll is polished. You use that polished poll to flay off the hide very quickly, leaving a clean hide with no knife scars.

The house: It was log, we logged the logs,and built the house. It was a Hogan, Navajo house, 8 sided, 44 ft across. It sat on the cliffs above Ute Lake, until we found out that some monkey business was going on and the lake was to be drained, and we did just sell it and have moved to my farm.

Now, my nearest neighbor is 4 miles away, some folks front steps are surrounded with grass, my front steps are surrounded with empty shell casings.......

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WTF IS A CAN WD-40 DOING ON THAT BENCH!?!?!?!?!?!?

I wont have that garbage in my garage much less on a loading bench!! that garbage is BAD juju to reloading!!!

Other than that, AWESOME setup!!!


Love the 'hawk, horn and bag!
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Hmm, I never tried putting it a shell I was reloading, couldnt say....

It has its uses,,,,,mostly for the wife, you know--if it doesnt move and should then WD40 or if it does move and shouldnt, then duct tape.

I had suspended shelving on that wall, it has already been taken down and moved as all of this has. The suspended shelving attaches to the top plate, and hangs down from up above, over the bench, saving floor space.

I am currently wiring in more lights and will have a bigger work area and more storage in the new basement location.

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The rope under the bag is a 30 foot, hand braided rawhide riata, that a friend from Argentina sent me. My ever present .45 is at the foot of that chair.

I used to smoke and drink. I did not feel that I could afford nice things, When I quit smoking 3 packs of cigarretes a day, then that freed up $6 a day, and when I poured out the last bottle of whiskey, then that saved $50 a week, and it was funny how suddenly there was a bit of disposable income to have some of the things I didnt think I could have before.

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Like the bed. Would nice to take a nap in my loading room.

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Here's my benches I built with angle iron and 3/4 plywood with masonite on top of the plywood




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