Cap'n Ball's Old West

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The current political situation requires constant vigilance and your active participation. Write to your senators and representative about gun issues frequently. A post card is enough. Financially support your choice of gun lobby group(s).

Please visit Cap'n Ball's Gun Control Links.

Attention Skinners
Don't forget, the anti-gun crowd has already started talking about closing the "muzzleloader loophole".

 
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"A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercises, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball, and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun, therefore, be the constant companion of your walks."
 
--Thomas Jefferson to Peter Carr, 1785.

 

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Featured Events

Santa Fe Trail Rendezvous Association

Santa Fe Trail Rendezvous


 
Raton, New Mexico
Second Week of June
New Mexico Bighorn Gun Club

Cache Le Plew


 
Edgewood, New Mexico
Early August
High Plains Regional Rendezvous Association

High Plains Regional Rendezvous


 
Third Week of June
Rocky Mountain National Rendezvous Association

Rocky Mountain National Rendezvous


 
Second Week of July
The Gila Trappers

Moon of the Crow Rendezvous


 
Gila National Forest, New Mexico
Full moon in March
Lincoln County Long Rifles

Wolf Trapper Memorial Rendezvous

Frozen Toes Rendezvous

Jicarilla Mountains, New Mexico
May & November

Trader's Row

Two Percussion Fifty-four Caliber Rifles For Sale
Pedersoli Kodiak, T/C Renegade

Stone Edge

Spear Head
Charlie Acuña is widely considered to be the best flint knapper and bowyer working in Native American style today.
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