Black powder, axes and knives Oh My!

Shooters rendezvous for weekend of "smooth shot'


"...I don't want to go to that, there is only wheat fields. But then you get down here and it's a good spot. " - Don Paul Muzzleloader

COLFAX-Palouse Hills Muzzleloaders camped outside the city for a weekend of history, shooting and other activities.

Events kicked off Friday, June 24, at the rendezvous near Green Hollow Road, down a dirt road - Manning Road.

Campers filled the field. There were a few teepee tents that had been built.

There was an estate sale of period pieces on a blanket, and several other blankets with goods for sale.

Tony Roberts and his wife, Judy, own a trailer-based business, Mountain Top Trading Co.

There were shooters from all over the country, including Don Paul, who lives south of Helena Calif....

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