Throwback Thursday: First Eastern Gobbler Harvested with 20 Gauge Fowler in Curly Cherry Stock

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  • James's avatar

    God I want one! Beautiful work buddy and hell of a bird!

  • Brian's avatar

    Good luck on your hunt.

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    @James let’s talk!

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    @Brian thank you!

  • Lisa's avatar

    😱 What an amazing bag, Rick! I'm assuming you crafted that as well?! I'm guessing that is a black powder holder.....I'm not educated enough on this to know terms, but it is gorgeous. If you have more closeup photos, I'd love to see! I zoomed in the best I could😁

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    @Lisa the bag is called a “possibles bag.” It stores small accoutrements a longhunter needs, like patches, balls, the screw, primer, etc. It’s elk leather. I wish I could say I made it, but it’s purchased. The other item is a shot flask. It’s where I store fine shot used for hunting winged game. Didn’t make that, either. However, the turkey spurs adorning the strap are all mine! Lol

  • David's avatar

    Beautiful colored turkey. Congratulations!
    Really nice looking setup.
    Have a safe trip and good luck in Nebraska! Hope to see a turkey post!🦃

  • Lisa's avatar

    Thanks for sharing the details! The spurs are a fantastic addition!

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  • Zach's avatar

    That is such a cool setup! And congrats on the bird.👍💪

  • Gobbler Knob's avatar

    Thanks, @Zach

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  • Corey's avatar

    Nice. If you’re in Nebraska and have a chance to head to Chadron, do it! Museum of the fur trade is pretty awesome.

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My name is Rick Larnerd. I’m a United States Army Infantry and 35-year law enforcement veteran. I am a retired Pennsylvania game warden. I am now custom maker of high-end Pennsylvania longrifles and decorative turkey box calls. I’ve been “Recreating 18th Century Americana” as Gobbler Knob Longrifles since 2000.

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