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|Early J.F. Bergmann|
This rifle was built in 1983 and, due to problems with the original barrel, was re-barreled earlier this year with a Bob Hoyt custom .50 Cal. barrel! The gun was very lightly used prior to the barrel change and I have only shot 3-4 times it to make sure it was on the paper at 25 yards! The stock is Walnut - with a ding or 2 from storage. Decorative oval on the patchbox lid is Mother of Pearl! Decoration on the cheek is a Mother of Pearl oval surrounding a brass star. The barrel is swamped from 1 inch at the breech to 53/64ths at the waist to 29/32nds at the muzzle! The rifle weighs 9lbs. 10oz. More pictures are available on request.
|Early Lancaster Stock and barrel|
Early Lancaster stock with plenty of wood for altercation inlet for and including a Colerain 42" b weight .45 cal barrel. The lock mortise is shaped but not inlet to allow for builder's choice of lock. The stock is plain maple and will accept a 14" length of pull. Both Stock and barrel are new and unaltered.
|.54 caliber Yorktown Rifle|
This is a rifle that we built for a customer several years ago. The customer never shot the rifle; therefore it remains in brand new, unfired condition. This is a unique rifle as it was built with a custom made Rice Barrel in .54 caliber with round bottom rifling and a 1-66 twist. It is stocked in Presentation Quality, curly maple and fit with an engraved silver star and silver wrist inlay. The lock and triggers are also hand tuned for quick, reliable ignition. This rifle is a great value, as it is priced $1000.00 below the current cost of a new rifle with the same appointments. It is finished with all traditional finishes as well.
This southern rifle is made in the Lexington style. With the dominate feature being the full fit captured lid patchbox. The barrel is straight and 40 ca, 42” long and very thin. Triggers are Davis, Lock is Chambers. The maple stock is stained aquafortis and finished with hand rubbed oil. The hardware is all brass. Maker; Ric Lambert
|Cumberland Valley Rifle|
This rifle is new and built in a style reminiscent of the firearms built in the Cumberland Valley area of Tennessee and Kentucky around 1790 or so. The stock is finely striped, stump wood maple, stained with aquafortis and finished in hand rubbed oil. The barrel is a 50 cal, swamped Getz, 41” length, 1.090” a breach. The triggers are Davis, lock Chambers. The mounts are brass and silver. There is relief and incise carving as well as engraving on the captured lid patch box, lock plate and silver cheek piece inlay.
Maker; Ric Lambert
|>50 cal Virginia|
early Virginia 50 cal by 42 inch swamped rifle with Chambers late Ketland lock, white lightning vent, my double set triggers, iron hardware and patchbox, coin silver inlays and wrist inlay, poured pewter nosecap. New unfired with antiqued patina to look like its been hunted with several years.
|Early Lancaster Rifle|
Early Lancaster Rifle showing special wood and nice curl. .58 caliber 44" Rice coned, swamped barrel. "White Lightning" touch hole liner. Siler Golden Age lock with barrel and lock finished to an antique blue-grey. New and unfired with sights left high for new owner. Trigger pull is 13 3/4 and cast off is 1/4". Nickel silver medallion in cheek piece with wood patch box and leaf spring. Happy to provide additional photos and answer any questions. $1595.00 +shipping
|Austin & Halleck 50 cal. Percussion Rifle|
50 caliber Austin & Halleck percussion rifle. 32" barrel with 1 in 28" twist.
$550 plus shipping
|.32 Caliber Dickert style Flintlock Rifle|
Newly finished Dickert style .32 caliber Flintlock Rifle. This rifle features a .32 caliber 38" straight octagon Rice barrel, an L&R Durrs Egg lock, Sugar maple stock and brass trim. Very fun to shoot ,,, beautifully carved and engraved Rifle.
|1792 Contract Rifle Wayne Trout|
Here we have a beautiful 1792 contract rifle built by Wayne Trout with a 49 caliber 42" Rayl barrel and a Bob Roller lock stocked in maple The 1803 lock and sling were fashioned per Lewis & Clark specification also including a Larry Callahan bag mould This gun will be at the Virginia Kentucky rifle show October 28 29th 2016 Please email any questions or for more pictures Thanks Mike. FREE SHIPPING