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Signed Jack Garner gun is in fine condition, very accurate. Jack Garner is known for building exceptional guns, and this is one. The premium, full length curly maple stock is distinctive. A 36" 54 cal. barrel, iron furniture, L&R lock describes the quality construction throughout. The single lock bolt is typical of Leman Rifles. PRICE REDUCED! plus shipping.
|45 Cal. Longrifle|
45 Caliber Longrifle for sale. 13/16" greenmountain Barrel 42" long. Curley Maple Stock with a 13 1/2" LOP. Siler Small Flintlock,Davis Trigger, Brass Furniture. Horn toe Plate. Built By Mike Haley signed and numbered #16 mike is a Horner and rifle builder from east Texas. test fired by builder only. lock and barrel polished armoury brite. Priced to sell at $995.00 plus Shipping & Insurance not much more than cost of parts.Slim Light Longrifle,a pleasure to handle.
|Bob Harn Southern Rifle|
An exceptional rifle with smoothbore-style mounts and a black walnut stock. Bob made this nice slim rifle for me 25 years ago. It is a dead-ringer of an original (#119) in Rifles of Colonial America, Vol. 2. George Shumway considered it a Southern rifle. Handmade lock, made before round-faced locks were commercially available. 40 inch, 50 caliber Getz barrel, relieved muzzle, 13-1/2 inch pull. Smooth and crisp single trigger. More images available via email. Call Bill at 903-832-9347 or email email@example.com.
|Ron Ehlert Bucks County Rifle|
This rifle was completed in January 1987. It is the 28th custom rifle that my father built. You can clearly see what a master artisan he was that early in his career. This rifle is .50 caliber. The overall length is 57 1/2 inches, length of pull is 14 inches, and the barrel is 42 inches. Beautiful figure on the stock and wire inlay adorn the length of this rifle. The barrel has intricate bands at the breach and muzzle. This rifle does have a thumb piece inlay with the original owner's initials engraved. According to the owner, this rifle has never been fired, except by my father when sighting-in the rifle. I have more pictures that I can send to interested parties, including full length photos. I will ship in a locked aluminum case that must be returned to me. $8,000 or best offer, plus shipping.
|iron mounted southern Mountain Rifle|
This rifle is new and has been test fired only. It is very accurate.It features a Rice 32 caliber 40" straight barrel, Chambers white lightening vent liner, slightly modified Chambers late Ketland lock, Davis double set triggers on a sugar maple stock. The overall length is 56 1/2", length of pull is 13 3/4". The front site is German silver on a copper base and the rear sight is factory made. All other mounts are hand forged of mild steel and are nicely browned. The ramrod is hand split hickory. Thanks for looking. $1500.00 plus $100 shipping and insurance
|Percussion Mountain Style Rifle by M. Avance|
This is another rifle by Matt Avance of Corinth, Miss. This one has a large Siler percussion lock which could be made interchangeable with a flint style. The barrel is a Green Mountain 7/8" straight style in .50 caliber and is 42" long. The stock is spalted maple. Spalting is a discoloring of the wood caused by a fungus in the wood. This piece has a unique coloring in the wood and a few small hard knots. Looks pretty nice on this style of plain rifle. The hardware is a mix of brass and steel which not unusual on mountain style guns. The barrel and lock have been left with a bright finish. The thimbles, buttplate, guard and set triggers are all browned. The triggers must be set to fire the gun. The toe plate and sideplate are of polished brass. This gun is new, never fired and will need to be sighted in. Weight is 8 lbs 2 ozs. Pull is 14 1/4" to the front trigger. More pictures can be found at http://claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|Rifle made at Colonial Williamsburg Gunshop|
Here is a rare opportunity to buy a rifle made at the Colonial Williamsburg Gunshop without having to wait 10 years or more. I made this rifle while I was at the Gunshop back in 2007. The owner has decided, reluctantly, to part with it. It has design features from an original rifle possibly made in Bethlehem, Penn. that is referred to as 'the brass barreled rifle'. The barrel is by Ed Rayl and is 44" long in .54 caliber. The lock is by Chambers. All for the other parts were cast or fabricated in the gunshop. Even the wood screws were filed out by hand. The stock is a very nice piece of curly maple stained with aquafortis and finished with a period varnish. All of the work done in the shop was performed using only period tools and technology. The rifle comes with the accessories that came with it. These include the bullet mold, power horn and measure, gun tool and the target shot when I test fired the rifle. Also included is the heavy duty Kalispel aluminum case, a $400 value.
There are only two gunsmiths left in the Colonial Williamsburg Gunshop. There are no upcoming apprentices. When the master, George Suiter retires, the journeyman, Richard Sullivan plans to leave as well. If that happens that will be the end of the Gunshop and any opportunity to purchase a gun from them. Currently they are only making all hand made guns which start at $25,000 and they can only produce about one each year. This rifle was one of the last with a commercial lock and barrel making it a more affordable price. If the powers that be at Colonial Williamsburg don't make some plans for the future of the shop soon, this may be your only chance to buy one of their guns if you aren't at the top of the shop's waiting list. Weight is 8 3/4 lbs. Pull is 13 5/8". More pictures can be found at http://claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|Lancester Style Pennsylvania Longrifle|
Early Lancaster longrifle made by Stephen Paulson in 2013 in new unfired condition. The rifle is equipped with a Rice 38" swamped barrel in .50 cal. The rifle has a Chambers "Dale Johnson" flintlock. The trigger pull is 13 7/8" and weighs 7 lbs. The single trigger is hand made with a very nice curl. The rifle is decorated with well executed incised carving as you can see. The stock is stained with Laurel Mountain Lancaster Maple stain. Additional high resolution photos are available upon request. Thanks for taking a look.
|James River Style Virgina Flintlock $1,375.00|
50 Cal. colerain barrel, swamped, Iron Mounted, Flintlock(Chambers)Maple Stock, By Tom Mayfield, ***FREE Shipping*** ,fine used ,very clean bore,firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ken Netting .40 -SALE PENDING-|
This is an extremely pleasing Ken Netting long gun with a .40 cal. Rayl 46" swamped barrel. Ignition is by a Chambers Golden Age lock with Davis triggers. The patchbox is hand cut and formed by Mr. Netting. It is lightly engraved and carved in true Ken Netting fashion. Inlays at wrist and cheek piece. Fired only to goup ... cloverleaves ... but not 'centered' as yet. Additional Photos available on March 2014 Contemporary Makers blog. $2,625. OBO shipping included to the lower 48. Thank you for looking.