Friday, August 14, 2009

Robert Watts












Photos supplied by Track of the Wolf.

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  1. I knew Bob for about 30 years. He at first was in a way not easy to get to know. But after a while we became good friends. He was a True Southern Gentleman and as good of gun smith as you could find. A friend and myself took him out to the ballast piles in Sapelo Sound Georgia and he picked out about 3 buckets of flint for his rifles. I would have given just about anything to have had one of his guns built to fit me. I was lucky to have been able to shoot several of his flintlocks and if you could hold on site at 200 yards, you could drive a tack with it. I truly miss you Bob. BIGFOOT

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