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|Bucks County smooth rifle by Eric Kettenburg - SOLD, THANKS CLA !|
Bucks County smooth rifle (1760's-70's) - 14 ga octagon to round barrel cleaned-up to reflect secondary usage, with sights, tang bolt threaded into simple nut, Chambers early Ketland lock casehardened with single lock nail, 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. SOLD, THANKS AGAIN CLA !
|NFS - Contact artist for pricing.||5/30/2015|
|Bucks County Inspired LR|
Newly completed a few months ago... only 2 function shots were fired,
Bbl...Rice .50 cal. swamped "B" weight X46" LG. Round bottom rifling. Browned.
Lock...Chambers Late Ketland. Browned
Hardware...All slightly aged brass , Bucks County style. Sterling silver cheek star.
Wood,,,curly maple blank
Made by builder...Toeplate operated Pbox release , trigger and trigger plate, RR pipes, muzzlecap
Moldings...Forend, lower butt, both sides of TG
Carving...Behind cheek, both sides of wrist, tang area, enrty pipe finial area.
Engraving... by Tim Adlam
Price....$4400 plus shipping and insurance
|Chuck Edwards Rifle|
Here's a nice early Chuck Edwards rifle, with a swamped Getz .54 cal.smooth barrel. It has a Chamber's round faced lock, forged iron mounts, and is nicely engraved and carved. It is an excellent shooter with roundballs. I have never used shot in it. LOP is 13" and the weight is 7 lbs. - a few slight wear marks from handling. $3200.00 plus shipping. email: email@example.com, website: cdlyles.com
Here's a nice Chuck Edwards rifle, built in the late Virginia style. Stocked with a nice piece of good hard black walnut. It has a .36 cal. 45" Ed Rayl swamped barrel, Chambers Late Ketland lock, and all hand forged mounts with nice period engraving on the patchbox and barrel. Weight is around 7 lbs and LOP is 13 3/8". Excellent condition, very accurate and fast ignition. More pictures of this rifle can be seen by going to Chuck's blogspot -http://chuckedwardsflintlocks.blogspot.com , and going to August 2013 of his archives. Price - $3800.00 email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: cdlyles.com plus shipping
|Type G English Trade Gun circa 1740 by Jack Brooks|
Superb flintlock 1740's trade gun by Jack Brooks. In near mint condition. BROOKS marked lock and multiple "IB" touchmarks, to barrel, buttplate and stock. A gorgeous work of art. Free shipping.
|pennsylvania long rifle|
This rifle has some very minor scratches but is a very nice looking gun and a nail driver of a shooter. There are no deep or serious defects of any kind. The barrel is a rice 50 cal. flat bottom rifling 42" long. 1/4" cast off. The barrel has two 24K gold bands and my name engraved in script on the top of the barrel. The rear sight is a two leaf type. One blade is set for 100yds. The other is set for 150 yards. Hand carved and hand engraved in traditional style.
|Curly Gostomski trade gun|
This is a gun hand made by Curly Gostomski himself. Gostomski was a master gun builder who focused on replica trade guns. He also made kits for people to build their own guns, but Gostomski built this one in the early 80s. The gun is a 58 cal. rifle and 20-gage shotgun. The gun has only had two owners and is in very good condition. It has, at most, 100 rounds shot out of it. The Lock is in excellent condition and could be shot with no problems. Email for more pictures or any questions. Payment by money order or bank check. Shipping is not included.
|Frank Bartlett Longrifle|
Frank Bartlett/2002/#236, .50 caliber 42" long barrel. This is a stunning fully engraved rifle with over 135 inches of perfect silver wire inlay in the stock and barrel. Wooden sliding patchbox. Very fancy curl throughout . Brass furniture. Engraving on all surfaces. Words cannot relay the beauty of one of the finest articians. For a very detailed description and a series of High D pictures please email. Only two pictures cannot cover this rifle.
A "Chambers" round face English lock sparks this 20 gauge Fowler. The 42" barrel is octagon to round Colrain, with a Chambers White Lightening vent liner.The stock is a nice piece of grade 4 sugar maple from Dunlap with 13 1/2" length of pull and 1/4" cast off. The butt and side plate are from Chambers. Trigger guard from Track of the Wolf, thimbles, trigger and front site are hand made and the ramrod is hand split hickory. The entire piece is slightly aged and weighs in at 7 1/2 pounds. This fowler is new and has been test fired only. $1850 includes shipping and insurance to the lower 48 states
For sale is the Peter Alexander swivel that is shown in this months Muzzleloader Mag. Perter made this rifle to show off my S.B kit, it is pictured in his how to book on a few pages, you can also see it on line somewere. I you are interest in it send me your email and I can send you some shots. Thanks Bernie