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Offline Riley/MN

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« on: January 18, 2013, 08:50:29 PM »
Your new state rep is Rev.

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Re: Arizona
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2013, 01:13:37 PM »
We (Peach Pie & the Rev) are Living History enthusiasts, primarily involved in the Pre-1840 Mountain Man era. We are members of several muzzle loading clubs in Arizona, including the Powderhorn Clan, which is the only primitive club in AZ. We attend about a dozen Living History events a year, including all Clan events. We do Mazatzal Mountain Muzzleloaders rendezvous, Manzinita High Mountain Rendezvous , Laguna Mountain Rendezvous, Big Horn Mountain Men , & several others in nearby states, including Utah, California, Colorado & New Mexico, as time ( and jobs!) allow. We also perform on occasion with the Mo' Bedda Band (, Harry Harpoon, Doc Mongo, Baltimore Red & Dean Oliver (The Perfect Bedlam Band- & many others, on those all too rare occasions we all happen to make the same event!
We make scrimshawed powder horns, rum horns, brain tanned bags, iron work from the forge & innumerable other necessities of frontier living (& have for more years than we care to admit!) & offer them for sale to all our friends at rendezvous. We have recently decided to expand those efforts online, in a limited fashion @ Everything we offer is handmade by us, right here in the good ol' USA.
We have been (& probably will be again) Field Reps for the NMLRA here in AZ & volunteer range masters for the NMLRA Western National Shoot ( ... red&ID=188) at the Ben Avery range in Phoenix.
In short, if it has to do with muzzleloading in the Southwest, we can either help you out ourselves, or find someone who can. As traders, we have a very comprehensive support group of other like minded individuals to draw from. Feel free to tap into it for whatever you might need...
I also build & host websites for craftsmen, (example- small business & non profit groups, including many living history events.
I am the worlds slowest typist, so if you want to know more, visit our website, or for SW event info, go to the Free Trappers & Traders Association site, (FTTA) It includes a forum frequented by SW skinners, it helps everyone to keep in touch...

Keep 'em primed, hear?

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