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20 guage x 42 inch oct to rd southern fowler. Curly maple stock , Modified Queen Anne lock, wide buttplate. stock has had a few bug holes as the blank is about 40 years old when i made it. Never fired, new. made by my hand, Mike Davis
|Christion Springs Longrifle - Mike Compton|
Colonial era longrifle of Germanic heritage, but has several distinctly American features. The american cherry stock, and swamped octagon barrel were features of rifles produced in or near Christian's Spring, Pennsylvania, during the mid 1700's. The barrel is a Rice .58 caliber 37" swamped barrel finished to a smooth brown. Ornate brass furniture engraved with pattern of the period. Relief carving along forearm, wrist and behind check. *** Additional photos/information on request.
|Frank Bartlett Landcaster Longrifle|
The rifle is beautifully made by the now deceased Mr.Frank Bartlett of Gallatin, TN. #236 made in 2002. The octagonal swamped barrel is 42” long and .50 caliber. The barrel is deeply browned. It is mounted with a steel blade front sight and a fancy Kentucky style rear sight. The top flat of the barrel is engraved in script “F.BARTLETT/2002/No 236.” The barrel is inlaid with two fine silver lines overlays are at the breech and is lightly filed on either side of the maker’s name. The touch hole is lined with a stainless steel liner. The stock is of very fancy curly maple with excellent tight figure especially through the butt area. The outstanding feature of the gun is the profuse high quality wire inlay which graces both sides of the buttstock, both sides of the wrist and the forend. I can’t even begin to measure the amount of silver wire inlay. The sliding wooden patchbox is used and is covered with a design of wire inlay which extends on to the buttstock itself. The alignment of the delicate wire inlay is perfect and flows well. Mr. Bartlett was a master artist. The area surrounding the patch box is decorated with scrolls of the same delicate wire inlay. Each side of the wrist is also decorated with scrolls as is the area around the flared breech plug tang. The area behind the cheek piece is inlaid with beautiful scroll design. The lock plate and side plate mortises are surrounded by wire inlay with scroll inlay on both sides of the for end and surrounding the ramrod entry thimble. Straight line inlay along the ramrod channel with scroll flourishes along the way. The gun is mounted with Brass furniture including the buttplate, triggerguard, ramrod thimbles, nosecap and sideplate. All furniture is nicely engraved except the nosecap which is sculpted. Period style scroll and cross hatch design is incorporated on all of the furniture. Double set triggers are present. Large early style flintlock with beveled edge is present. The lockplate and hammer are nicely engraved and color casehardened. The top of the wrist is inlaid with a circular silver inlay with engraved border. The inlay is surrounded again by fancy wire inlay design. In addition, two wide silver overlay bands are applied to each of the ramrod thimbles. Overall condition of this magnificent rifle is new. I have included several pictures but if you have a specific area you wish to have additional pictures of feel free to call or email me with a request.
Cell 321 262-3813
|Colonial Shenandoah Rifle|
SOLD Pending Funds Here offered is a Virginia rifle inspired by the one featured in. American Traditions Summer 2015 on page 10.
It features an early Virginia lock by Jim Chambers. The stock is highly figured maple with a 14 in. length of pull.
It was built with a C profile 54 cal 42 inch octagon Colerain barrel.
The single pull trigger is crisp with a light pull of approx. 2 lb.
This rifle is not aged. Both iron and brass are polished armory bright.
It is new and unfired and signed on the top flat by the maker.
|Iron Mounted Rifle|
50 Cal. Iron mounted rifle by Eitnier Rifles Iron Mounted Southern Guns.
42 in. 50 Cal. Rice bbl, Jim Chambers lock and hand forged mounts.
This is my base gun and is new and unfired. $2400 shipped to you.
For more information call Jerry at 765-798-3525
THANKS FOR LOOKING!
|Virginia Style Rifle|
This rifle is a very well made basic Virginia style rifle by Matt Avance. It is used but is in very good to excellent condition. There are a few very minor dents and scratches from use, nothing that has broken through the finish. The lock is a large Siler with very little wear to the frizzen. The stock is a piece of plain maple. The hardware is iron and has been nicely browned. The set triggers will fire set or unset. The barrel is a Getz oct-round in .50 caliber and is 42" long and has been browned as well. Bore is excellent with deep rifling having flat bottom grooves. Overall fit and finish of metal to wood is excellent. The gun balances well in the forward hand and holds very comfortably. This is a great rifle for F&I or Rev War re-enacting and/or hunting. Weight is 7 lbs. 10 oz. Length of pull is 14¼". More pictures of this rifle and others can be found at http://www.claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|Caywood Type |
This Caywood Type "C" Fusil was purchased some years ago and has never been used or fired. It is in "Like New" condition.The gun was purchased when this particular model was not offered in a kit form, so it was professionally assembled by Caywood. I only have 2 pictures I can post here. If you need more pictures and/or paperwork from Caywood with the particulars and specifications, I can supply that. Caywood's assembled new price on this gun is $2.295.00. I was not able to download a full length picture, but as you can see the wood grain is beautiful and continues for the full length of the gun stock. The barrel is 41 inches long and a .58 cal. rifle barrel. I believe that if you check with Caywood's website, you can order different size barrels in rifled and smooth bore for this gun. The furniture is Brass and the thumb piece is sterling silver. If you have been wanting to get a Caywood Fusil and want a good deal, here it is......
|English Style Fowler 20 ga. signed B LaMaster|
A superb example of Brian LaMaster's work in every detail from the beautiful walnut stock, the finely chased butt plate, exquisitely shaped trigger guard and sideplate, to the masterfully engraved and signed lock. A 38 inch octagon to round smoothbore barrel is engraved at the tang and has a silver front sight. A shell carved in relief behind the tang is in the English style. The condition is excellent with no dings, scratches, or cracks. email me for more pictures.
|Tennessee Mountain Rifle in .32 caliber|
This is a nice little Tennessee style rifle made many years ago and shows signs of some use. There are nicks and dings but nothing major. The stock is plain maple stained to a dark brown. The lock is by Hadaway. The barrel is 13/16" straight by 42" long and is either by Green Mountain or Douglas. Both are great barrels. The triggers are double set by Davis and will fire set or unset. The toe of the stock has a forged nail and the top of the butt has a piece of antler to reduce the wear. There is a small chip in the toe which a little stain would hide. The bore is excellent and should be a great small game gun. Weight is 7 lbs. 12 oz. Pull is 13.5". More pictures of this guns and others can be found at http://www.claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|American Style Fowler in 20 Gauge|
This is a very well made fowler in an American style by W.J. Slusser. It handles very well and points nicely. The barrel is oct-round, 38" long and is 20 gauge The engraved lock is a large Siler. The stock is a very nice piece of curly maple with a stain and finish that makes it glow in the sunlight giving a beautiful depth to the grain. The brass hardware is well inlet and neatly engraved. The gun is lightly used with a few minor dents in the wood. Frizzen has light wear and the bore is excellent. Overall an excellent gun that balances and points very well. It has front and rear sights. The front sight has an ivory blade set into it which will show up well in a shady woods. Weight is 7 lbs. Pull is 14". More pictures of this guns and others can be found at http://www.claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm