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Cow knee pattern

This snowy weather made me think of some that may not have a lock cover and would like one.Here is a pattern that you can make out of a scrape piece of leather.
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Very nice. I just ordered a piece of leather to make one. Thanks for posting!
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Very nice. I just ordered a piece of leather to make one. Thanks for posting!
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Just ordered one pre made with a snap for $20.
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With lock cover in place do you load the flash pan to carry while hunting?
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With lock cover in place do you load the flash pan to carry while hunting?
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Yes I do.
Any trouble with power displacement or misfiring? Does the flash power stay dry?
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Any trouble with power displacement or misfiring? Does the flash power stay dry?
No trouble, but you have to take it off before you shoot. On the damp snowy days I like to use 3F in the pan because it draws less moisture and the flash powder stays dry.
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Any trouble with power displacement or misfiring? Does the flash power stay dry?
my rifle sat there in the rain for about 6 hours that day and I dumped the dry powder (4f) out when I got back to camp. there work very well.
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Does anyone use a frizzen stall?
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