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Check 'Display Signatures' in user area.

If you want to see signatures at the bottom of member's posts, check your user area and make sure this box is checked. The default mode is 'Off'.
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Strike Through Text Option now on-line

You may now use the Strike Through option in the post text editor.

There is a square blank button located at the end of the options on the right. I could not get the 'S' to show up, but the button still works.
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Reload your Avatars

If you wish to have your avatar visible again you will have to reload it to the board. The old avatars did not transfer to the new file system.

Stay tuned for more.
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Contributor Status Titles

Gentlemen, Assault Web greatly appreciated your monetary contributions to keep this forum alive and running as we make the transition to a new server and upgraded software.

I have been working to upgrade title for those members who have made a monetary contribution to the form. Unfortunately, I have been met by some resistance to comply by the forum software and I am unable to make these administrative changes.

Your donations have been duly noted and at such time the forum software is upgraded, so will your status.

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Pedersoli P53 Enfield

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    I traded the Sharps I'd bought new for this one last Fall. It was manufactured the same year (2014) as the Sharps, and was/is in like new condition.

    I liked the paper cartridge Sharps, but I love this more. Notice the "confetti" with each shot. That's the 1855 Enfield pattern cartridge paper separation from the bullet upon exit from the muzzle.

    I cast NOE .566-578-gr Pritchett Minies complete with tapered baseplugs which closely replicate the original British and Confederate loading.

    I picked up an old, very well built, handmade Early Lancaster pattern flintlock .40 cal longrifle a couple days ago and hope to make a video with it this weekend.

    (Yeah I know...all that beer and cornbread makes that frock a little
    "I here repeat, & would willingly proclaim, my unmitigated hatred to Yankee rule—to all political, social and business connections with Yankees, & to the perfidious, malignant, & vile Yankee race." -Edmund Ruffin *
    At a little creek called Bull Run, we took their starry wipe our horses down with, and I ain't here to brag.