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|Beautifully crafted Smooth Bore Fowler in 28ga.|
Beautifully crafted smooth bore Fowler in 28 ga.
The Barrels are 44" in Length, octagon shaped at the Breech transitioning to a round taper providing smooth handling and balance. The quick and reliable ignition is provided by a Chambers round face English style lock. Brass hardware, stocked in American black walnut and a hand rubbed oil finish. Early style checkering in the wrist with carvings in the tang and rear entry thimble area. The front spider sight is cast from silver and inlaid into the barrel.
A typical load for this rifle would have consisted of 55 grains of FFg black powder and a .540 diameter round ball wrapped in a .015 thick piece of linen cloth.
Another load that was used during the revolutionary and civil war era was what was referred to as a Buck and Ball load consisting of a full caliber round ball combined with Three buckshot pellets. This was designed to improve the probability of a hit @ close range.
|Don Bruton .54 cal rifle|
This rifle was built by Don Bruton and has a 42" Rice C wieght .54 cal barrel, Chambers Early English Lock, hand forged iron mounted furniture and pivot wooden patch box. The lenght of pull is 13 1/2" and overall wieght is around 8 1/2 pounds.
Sold Pending funds.
|Iron Mountain Southern Rifle|
This rifle is new and has been test fired only. It features a rice 32 caliber 42" barrel. Chambers white lightning vent liner, slightly modified Chambers late Ketland lock, Davis double set triggers on a sugar maple stock. The rifle weighs aprox. 7 1/2 lbs and has 13 3/4" length of pull. The front sight is German silver on a copper base and the rear sight if factory made. All other mounts are hand forged of mild steel and are nicely browned. The Ramrod is hand split hickory. thanks for looking.
$1475.00 plus aprox. $100.00 shipping
|58 cal rifled rice barrel C weight lefty, on a fowler stock.|
Curly Maple, fowler style. Rifled 58 cal. lefty.pp
|Ron Ehlert Buck's County Rifle|
This rifle was completed in January 1987. Those that are aware of Ron's work can appreciate the artistic style of this rifle. For those not familiar with his work, the late Ron Ehlert was considered one of the top custom muzzleloading rifle makers in the world and has been featured in numerous publications and videos, including the Book of Buckskinning and American Pioneer videos. This rifle is .50 caliber. The overall length is 57 1/2 inches, length of pull is 14 inches, and the swamped 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. $8,000.00, plus shipping. This rifle will also be for sale at the annual CLA show in Lexington, KY in August. Please visit the Muzzleloader Magazine table to see the rifle in person.
|early PenMarVa rifle with character|
.50 flint rifle after Dickert, Graeff, Lauck and others working from Lancaster, down through the valley of Virginia and the Carolinas, or west into Kentucky and Ohio. Getz 44" swamped barrel and Chambers lock are clean and crisp inside, lightly worn brown outside. Approx 14" LOP and 3" drop. Sliding wood patchbox, single trigger, brass mounts and bold curly maple with deep color. This long slim rifle has a warm patina from actual use and care. $2,650 plus shipping / insurance.
|Harpers Ferry US rifle - first model |
.54 Harpers Ferry rifle (1803-05) is a careful copy of originals with handmade lock and castings from the Rifle Shoppe - except stocked with 13 7/8" pull by 3" drop for comfortable shooting. New, unfired rifle with 33" Getz barrel, rear portion of barrel is round at bottom per first production, with proofs and serial #51 on left flat. Lock assembled, hardened and tempered, then polished back to white, same as barrel per my research. Stocked in walnut and varnished, US stamped behind guard, brass box and mounts with steel ramrod. Guidance from Jack Brooks along the way. Includes the issued set of tools, plus plans for bag and horn of the period. Strong, attractive rifle, designed and developed shortly before Hawken and other half stocked rifles. $3,350 plus shipping / insurance.
|.36 cal. Southern Mountain Rifle|
Here's a nice handmade Southern Mountain rifle by William Wieland and Rick Harkless. It consists of a 3/4" straight .36 cal. Ed Rayl barrel, L & R Manton lock, curly maple wood stained with nitric acid (real nice color), and forged hardware. Very light and slim rifle. More pictures coming on my BlogSpot (cdlyles.blogspot.com). Price reduced - 2000.00 email: email@example.com
|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
|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.