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I've done Medieval reenactment and am currently getting to together a Highlanders outfit with a brace of Scottish Murdoch pistols for the 1715 Killiekrankie era.. here I am as the Scottish Black knight, circa 1297 fighting alongside Wallace at Stirling bridge. my ancestors actually did! (Clan MacGregor) I made a lot of the gear and modified some

I've also done reenactment as a Longbowman

Scots Games are a lot of fun



 

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Nice outfits. Look authentic. I did not know they had re-enactments like that. I watched a Civil War battle one time. A guy on the Union side got injured and they flew him out in a helo. An older gentleman a few yards away shook his head a said no wonder the North won, they had helicopters. This was in Vicksburg, Miss. LOL
 

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Need some scruff! LOL

I've talked to some guys who do this, whole world I never knew existed.


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Nice outfits. Look authentic. I did not know they had re-enactments like that. I watched a Civil War battle one time. A guy on the Union side got injured and they flew him out in a helo. An older gentleman a few yards away shook his head a said no wonder the North won, they had helicopters. This was in Vicksburg, Miss. LOL
Those are pretty cool and very authentic from what I have seen. my family were Confederates. Again I am currently putting together a Killiecrankie (1715) era Highland officers outfit including a brace (pair) of firing Murdoch flintlock pistols for next summer
 

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I collected ancient swords for years but lost them all in Hurricane Andrews never to rebuild my collection. As a sheet metal worker I used to build weapons for the living Chess game they used to hold every year at Renaissance Fair at Vizcaya in Miami Florida and later when I moved to Texas before leaving the sheet metal trade forever..

Now I do Cowboy reenactment from a period of 1865 to 1899 with NCOWS (National Congress of Western Shootests).
 

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I would definitely be interested in cowboy shoots when the budget allows. I don't have any western guns right now, but have been oggling several

My uncle used to collect Winchesters, as a lad they were stored under my bed because he was a heavy equipment operator and lived in a travel trailer
 
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