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Date Posted: 07:56:42 12/16/06 Sat
Author: Fred Baker
Subject: Re: De-farbing muskets
In reply to: Russ Spry 's message, "De-farbing muskets" on 14:00:20 12/15/06 Fri

Well, there are several places. James River Armory does the best work these days, in my opinion, but Lodgewood is solid and Zimmerman can do good work in some cases. However, if you are viewing this as a "need to have it done in order to make BGR," spend the money on gas or something else to get you to the event. Yes, defarbing the musket is a darned fine thing but that shouldn't be a hinge point on coming. We need men who are up to the challenge. If you've got the gords to come walk around in the Kisatchie woods with us, we can look past some modern marking on the piece.

My two cents.

Fred Baker

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