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We have lots of post on how to care for our smoke poles based on today's modern offerings and conveniences.

The question is - historically, in the days past - how did the early settlers and hunters maintain their muzzleloaders? Is there any writings, historical prints, or other offerings to explain how firearms were cleaned, maintained, or basically kept operational?

Just thought this would be a good addition to the discussion.
 

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You guys are going directly to what I was asking. In todays world, there are thousands of off the shelf products to make cleaning easy. Not so back in the day.
 
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