Hmmm, well not this year (yet) Doctor won't let me go out in the woods for a while yet.
But I'm looking at a rack with;
1.) Pedersoli .32 Kentucky style Flintlock, 32" bbl.,(fantastic squirrel gun.) strictly round ball.
2.) Uberti Hawkin, copied exactly from a Hawkin taken from the Museum in St. Louis, 1:66 twist, 30 in. bbl, marked .54 but I had to have a .526 mold made. Uberti copied it from an unfired original. Very accurate!
3.) the best shooting 1:23, .50 slug only Hawkin, basically Navy Arms, but I built it up with a bunch of left over parts I got for 10 bucks, the most accurate slug shooter I or anyone else that's ever shot it has ever seen, must be luck because I sure didn't quite know what I was doing when I built it.
4.) In case any Buffalo or Rhino's get loose from the local Zoo, a Traditions 1853 3 band Enfield that works best with a really overweight Whitworth .576 Minie ball and 60 grains of 2f.
Not the most accurate at all, but tied for favorite with the .32. An incredible thumper.
Started hunting with BP about 1973 or so, with a .45 TC Hawkin, sorry I ever sold it.
Soon to come, hopefully this year, is a 12 gauge double, a good quality Zouave, and a Brown Bess. Later on I want a Charleville, and a good quality Northwest Trade Gun. (prox. 20 gauge, smoothbore).
Then I plan to spend the next 66 years Hunting,
Fishing and maybe drinking a few beers.
Guys that use in-lines probably use compound bows too!
All hunting is great, but BP hunting is the best of the best.
Well, IMHO anyhow!