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Chuck Edwards barn rifle #40

Chuck Edwards barn rifle # 40 made about 10 years ago or so. 54 cal. 44 " bbl. Small amount of incise carving behind check piece. l.o.p. 13 1/2 ". Chambers Virginia lock. Very dark stained curly maple stock. shoots very very well. About 7 1/2 lbs. Great for off hand shooting.Aged look done by Mr. Edwards $2750.00 plus 50.00 shipping . SOLD PENDING FUNDS

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$2,750.00

7/20/2014
50 cal. Bullet Rifle, Price reduced

50 Cal. hunting rifle 1:28 twist for shooting bullets,, Great hunting gun for any north american big game. Ed Rayl barrel 34'' length, Larry Zorn Flintlock, single trigger with 2 lb. pull, nice curly maple with brass mounts, Sterling silver inlays and wire work, relief carved, engraved, sling swivel and rear button, Shoots sweet,, 50 OAL will fit any standard gun case, 13 3/4 pull length, 1/4 cast off, 7 1/4 lb. Contact me for more photos. Thanks,,,

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$4,000.00

7/17/2014
Side X Side Flint Fowler

Dbl. Flint English Fowler, Wonderful piece of English Walnut highly figurered,Ed Rayl 30'' barrels no choke, Bob Roller, hand made internal parts, in Manton style color case hardened,All steel rust blue, Wrist checkering with S.S. nails, Sterling Silver inlays and wire work, Gold lined pans and touch hole liners, Gold and silver inlay in barrels.Trigger pull aprox. 2 lb. overall weight 6 3/4 lb. Ebony Ramrod, This superb Shotgun was recently on the Contemporary Makers Blog. Please contact me for more photos,,, Thanks for looking

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$11,500.00

7/17/2014
20 ga. Lancaster Co. Fowler

This Revolutionary War period Fowler by Shane Emig is styled after an original made by John Newcomer in Lancaster Co. Pa. It is stocked in a brilliant piece of curly maple, hand finished with traditional finishes, and has a trigger pull length of 13 5/8 inches. The brass mounts are fully hand engraved in the neatest 18th Century fashion. The 42 inch Colerain barrel has also been hand filed and decorated at the transition. The large Siler lock has been hand-tuned to insure smooth, fast and reliable service. This gun is in brand new, un-fired condition.

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$3,900.00

7/16/2014
.25 cal by JR Salvo

JR Salvo made walnut squirrel rifle. It has a Rayl .25 cal 43" tapered octagon barrel with a 3/4" breech. The lock is a small L&R Manton, triggers are Davis DST. Salvo made steel fittings.

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$1,350.00

7/10/2014
.40 cal by JR Salvo

JR Salvo made Southern influenced rifle. It features a nice piece of curly maple, a .40cal by 46" Rayl swamped barrel. a L&R Bailes lock, Davis DST and all hand made steel fittings by Salvo.

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$1,500.00

7/10/2014
.40 cal by JR Salvo

JR Salvo made Southern influenced rifle. It features a nice piece of curly maple, a .40cal by 43" Getz barrel. a L&R Bailes lock, Davis DST and all hand made steel fittings.

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$1,500.00

7/10/2014
jp beck (SPF)

I based this beck rifle on an original it has a 44" 50 cal swamped rice barrel with a early ketland lock brass hardware. Asking $1900 (sold pending funds) if you are interested in a rifle like this please call 715-651-8345, e-mail or visit my web site loseyfirearms.com for more pics.

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$1,900.00

7/9/2014
folkart Lehigh rifle by Eric Kettenburg - SOLD - thanks!

.50 flint "painted" Lehigh rifle (1790-1800) by Eric Kettenburg - curly maple with painted Pa Dutch designs, 41+" straight .50 octagon barrel left white and signed E Kg, modified, casehardened Siler lock - both extensively "aged", approx 14" LOP by 3 3/4" drop, no buttplate, single trigger, two ramrod pipes, curly maple with nitrate of iron most evident in wear areas while much of stock is "painted" with fish, peacock and other symbols, then protected with a brown varnish. A likely common type of firearm, professionally stocked, sold assembled but unfinished to modest Lehigh valley farm family, then folk art applied by the owner. Rifle was featured in CLA's Flintlock magazine.

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$3,650.00

7/8/2014
Bucks County smooth rifle by Eric Kettenburg

Bucks County smooth rifle (1760's-70's) by Eric Kettenburg - 14 ga (.69) 40" octagon to round barrel brightened to reflect cleaned-up secondary usage, with sights, tang bolt threaded into simple nut, Chambers early Ketland lock casehardened with single lock nail, approx 14" LOP, no buttplate, brass guard shows file marks, one ramrod pipe, scraped finish in bold curly maple shows tool marks and prominent rippling, nitrate of iron with raw linseed oil and beeswax finish, boned - stocked entirely by-hand in a traditional shop. $2,250 plus shipping/insurance

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$2,250.00

7/8/2014
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