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    cast off on original flintlock rifles?

    Just thumbing the RCA books, did not see anything mentioned about cast off, looking at the pictures is hard to tell.
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    cast off on original flintlock rifles?

    Just wondering how many original guns had cast off built in? Say 1700s time period.
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    SOLD TC cherokee .32, single trigger

    I will need phone number
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    SOLD TC cherokee .32, single trigger

    350.00 plus shipping. final offer!!!
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    SOLD TC cherokee .32, single trigger

    450.00 plus shipping
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    SOLD TC cherokee .32, single trigger

    I would say other than the things I mentioned, gun is in very good cond. bluing very good stock, (other than being drilled for a sling swivel) very good, bore very good, have original box. If you pm me your phone number I can send pictures. chuck
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    SOLD TC cherokee .32, single trigger

    I have a Cherokee .32 for sale. It is missing the upper ram rod thimble, hammer is marred from bending,(not bad) stock below butt is drilled for a sling, other than these thing, gun is in very good shape, I bought it in 1990, have not shot it in 20 plus years, no rust, I had to have the barrel...
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    Any body use aqua fortis on a plain red maple stock?

    Thanks a lot, Another question, I like to leave the butt plate on, as it never seems to fit exactly when taken off and put back on, have heard the aqua fortis could damage the brass butt plate if left on. Have not had a problem in the past doing this, but there is allways a first time. Like I...
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    Any body use aqua fortis on a plain red maple stock?

    How do you neutralize it? I have used baking soda and water. chuck
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    Any body use aqua fortis on a plain red maple stock?

    Getting close to finishing a trade gun, I know most were walnut, but have had this stock a while and decided to use it. I have used aqua fortis in the past, scary stuff to use, but seems to penetrate deeper than other stains. The regular stains seem to wear in the wrist and forearm area, have...
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