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    WBR10654 is offline
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    Spec Sheets used for Inspections

    I seem to have a couple original muskets that i forgot about and am intereted in seeing if they can be used in competiton.

    I have a third one that did not pass inspection becaue the stock was cut to short, a two bander, and both of these muskets seem to have the same issue, plus shorter barrels.

    I would like to see if the barrels are even long enough and i do not want to wait until the Fall National to start working on them.

    David Baldwin
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    Joe Plakis, 9575V is offline
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    What are the bolster types? 61? or 63? and what are your barrel and stock lengths.

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