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|Early Dickert Rifle by Nate Koval|
Nate Koval has donated this copy of an early Dickert rifle, number 48 in Shumway" Rifles of Colonial America. This is a great rifle! be sure to click on the see additional photos link to see all of the extraordinary Ric Lambert photos of this rifle. The price is just a placeholder, it is an auction
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|Northwest Trade Gun 62cal|
62 cal Maple stock, 48" octagon to round, smooth bore barrel, brass flat butt plate, 15.5" LOP
|1776 .45 cal Flintlock Rifle|
1776 design Kentucky flintlock rifle with .45 cal. 36inch long barrel. This classic rifle has an engraved Siler bronze plate and a double set Davis trigger for accurate shooting. The thimbles are brass, as is the trigger guard, J.Dickert Lancaster matchbox, Bivins buttplate and toe plate. The hand carved 1770 double heart design is the main embellishment with brass stars covering the stock pins. The tiger stripe curly maple stock is finished with Tung Oil for excellent color depth and wear resistance. For purchase enquiries and more detailed pictures of this fine rifle please contact the builder Terry at email@example.com Price includes shipping to anywhere in the continental USA.
|southern mountain rifle (spf)|
This is a new rifle that has a .50 42" rice southern classic barrel chambers ketland lock and davis single set trigger in a hard maple stock and forged iron hardware that is lightly aged. The rifles weight is around 7#s with a 13 3/4" lop,it would make a great rifle for packing around the woods, I am asking $1750 plus shipping. For more pics e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.loseyfirearms.com
|50 Caliber Pennsylvania Flint Rifle by Bob Carpenter|
Condition: Very Good.
Manufactured by Bob Carpenter.
Barrel Length: 42in.
Diameter: 1in to 13/16in to 7/8in.
This .50 caliber Pennsylvania rifle has a P+++ Maple stock and a browned swamped 1" to 13/16" to 7/8" x 42" Colerain barrel with 1:56 twist and a mix of brass and German silver furniture. On the top flat of the barrel it is inscribed with R Carpenter. This rifle has numerous tastefully engraved inlays, including a pierced patch box, wrist inlay, full length toe plate, and cheek piece inlay. Metal stippling has been added to the toe plate, patch box and wrist inlay. The working components are a L&R Durs Egg flint lock and RE Davis #4 double set triggers. Length of pull is 14". Very good wood to metal fit - made by Bob Carpenter - California. Condition: Very Good. Stock number P-24-69, please use this number when referencing this item. Willing to ship anywhere in the USA, buyer pays freight.
|50 Caliber Percussion Transition Rifle by Harold Plank #24-86|
Condition: Very Good.
Manufactured by Harold Plank - Oregon.
Barrel Length: 44in .
Diameter: 1in to 3/4in to 13/16in.
This .50 caliber Transition rifle has a browned swamped 1" to 3/4" to 13/16" x 44" H&H barrel with 1:66 twist and fitted with fixed sights. Inscribed on the top flat is HP. The P+++ grade Maple stock is mounted with brass furniture, including an engraved pierced patch box and German silver thumb piece. The stock is embellished with very nice carving around the wrist, tang, entry pipe and behind the cheek piece with touches of wire inlay. A Large Siler percussion lock is activated by RE Davis double set triggers. Length of pull is 13-1/2". Very good wood to metal fit - made by Harold Plank - Oregon. Condition: Very Good. Stock number P-24-86, please use this number when referencing this item. Willing to ship anywhere in the USA, buyer pays freight.
|45 Caliber Lancaster Flint Rifle by Don King #P-24-29|
Condition: Very Good.
Manufactured by Don King.
Barrel Length: 43in.
This .45 caliber Lancaster rifle has a browned octagon 7/8" x 43" barrel with 1:48 twist and fitted with fixed sights. Inscribed on the top flat of the barrel is D King '97. The P++++ Maple stock is mounted with brass furniture, including a patch box, silver moon in the cheek piece and silver thumb piece. All of the furniture has been very tastefully engraved. The stock has been embellished with very nice carving around the tang, wrist cheek piece and entry pipe. The Small Siler flint lock with D K inscribed on the plate is activated by a single trigger. The trigger, frizzen, top jaw screw and hammer screw have been color case hardened. Length of pull is 13-3/4". Very good wood to metal fit - made by Don King. Condition: Very Good. Stock number P-24-29, please use this number when referencing this item. Willing to ship anywhere in the USA, buyer pays freight.
|Northwest Trade Gun|
This trade gun is 20 ga. with a 41 in. barrel and walnut stock. Itís Northstar lock is has lightly aged metal and sparks great. The barrel has the view and proof marks. For more photos visit http://beavercreekblackpowder.com/for-sale/.
|45 Caliber Bethlehem Flint Rifle|
Condition: Very Fine - Possibly Unfired.
Manufactured by Freddy Harrison, Frank Bartlet & Allan Sandy.
Barrel Length: 42in.
This .45 caliber Bethlehem rifle has a browned octagon 13/16" x 42" Douglas barrel with 1:66 twist and fitted with fixed sights. Inscribed on the German silver inlay on the top flat of the barrel is Harrison, Bartlet, Sandy. The P++++ grade Maple stock is mounted with brass furniture, including an engraved patch box. The stock has been embellished with very fine wire inlay around the tang, lock mortise, wrist, patch box, cheek piece, entry pipe and extending down the full length of the fore stock. Very tasteful metal engraving is seen on the German silver thumb piece and Hunter's Star in the cheek piece, tang, top jaw, lock plate, side plate, major screws and patch box. The Large Siler flint lock is activated by a single trigger. Length of pull is 13". Please Note: The stock profiling was done by Freddy Harrison. Frank Bartlet did the wire inlay and Allan Sandy was responsible for the metal engraving and inlays. Very fine wood to metal fit - made by Freddy Harrison, Frank Bartlet and Allan Sandy. Condition: Very Fine - Possibly Unfired.
|Swivel Beech Rifle by Leonard Day in .54 Caliber|
This rifle is a swivel breech by Leonard Day. It is a Hawken or Western Plains style. It is used rifle 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 wood is a nice piece of curly maple and appears that someone has reshaped the end of the comb as the color and finish is a bit different from the rest of the gun. Well done and correct styling, color just doesn't match well. The hardware is iron and has been nicely browned. The barrels are a straight taper being 7/8" at the breech and 13/16" at the muzzle. They are both .54 caliber rifled and are 32" long and have been browned as well. Not sure of the barrel maker, may be Getz. Bores are in very good condition with good rifling having flat bottom grooves. Overall fit and finish of wood to metal is excellent. The small front trigger is pushed forward to unlock the barrels so they will swivel. Good quality swivel rifles are hard to find, especially at this low price. Weight is 10 lbs. Length of pull is 14 1/4".
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