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Old 8th October 2017, 03:04 PM   #1
Pukka Bundook
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Default For Michael.

This is rather irregular, but I am posting a link here regarding a (loose) copy of a snapping matchlock (Original owned by the late Michael Tromner)
That I made last winter.
Michael was rather looking forward to me making a copy of some of his arms, but alas it never happened whilst he was with us.
This is not a sales pitch or anything, just a tribute to Michael and his beloved arms collection.
In the first post in the link, there is another link to Michael's original thread.

Very sadly, the original is now up for auction.
I am eternally grateful for Michael making such detailed photos available to us all.
This forum is not for modern -made reproductions, and that is why I merely post a link.

Best wishes,
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