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    FOR SALE Unique Plains Style Percussion Rifle

    Here is a really interesting rifle that is a bit of an enigma. I have no idea who built it but they were an exceptional craftsman as the inletting is exceptionally precise and the finish is professional both wood and metal. The only identifying marks are what appear to be English proofs on the...
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    FOR SALE Philadelphia Deringer Set With Accessories

    Here is something that you will not frequently come across. This set of "Peanut" size Deringers .41cal. were made for the U.S. Historical Society by Aldo Uberti in the early 1980's and have Uberti's markings and Italian proofs on the underside of the barrels. Those who, like me, have a few...
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    SOLD Richland Arms .50cal Wesson Rifle

    Here is a really nice Richland Arms .50 cal Wesson rifle. This rifle has the color case hardened steel frame not to be confused with the Replica arms model that had a painted Zamack frame. I don't think this rifle has ever been fired the bore is pristine there are some small light ticks on the...
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    SOLD 28 Ga. Flintlock Shotgun By Charles Birkham

    This is a really nice 28Ga (.54cal) flintlock shotgun built by Charles Birkham (1929-2001) of Luzerne N.Y. I am given to understand that Mr Birkham was an engineer by vocation and a prolific muzzle loading gunmaker by avocation.He specialized in goldenage carved & engraved longrifles and English...
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    SOLD 1803 Harper's Ferry Flintlock Rifle from Rifle Shoppe parts

    Here is a nice rendition of a .54cal Harper's Ferry flintlock rifle. Made from Rifle Shoppe parts and signed in the barrel channel "made for Peter Schmidt by P. Olanie". Over the years I have seen a few guns by this maker but have not been able to learn anything about him. I would place the...
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    FOR SALE A.S.M. O/U .50cal Double Rifle

    Here is an interesting rifle. A .50 cal. over/under double rifle made by Armi San Marco. These were imported for a few years back in the mid 80s by ASM and by either H&R or Iver Johnson under their brand. I had one then and it shot well easy to regulate so both shots were minute of a deer at...
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    SOLD How about a Blunderbuss?

    Up for sale is a partially finished Pecatonica Longrifles blunderbuss kit. I got an urge to have one about five years ago and got it about 3/4 done when I came down with a debilitating illness that put me out of action for a couple of years. Feeling better now but lost the urge figured I might...
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    SOLD Do you want to build a wheel lock??

    Something else from the gunsmith's estate sale. The beginnings of a wheel lock. Just the stock and barrel. The stock is dense plain maple and is 27 inches overall. It is profiled to shape and nicely inlet for the barrel and tang. The barrel, if I had to guess, started life as a single shot .410...
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    SOLD Two Peanut Size Italian Derringer Kits

    Another estate sale find. Here are Italian made kits for the peanut size derringer. Years ago these were sold by Dixie gunworks and were somewhat expensive for the time. I assembled one then because they were the only kit that actually matched Derringers originals as to size and lines. Unlike...
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    SOLD 12Ga. Smoothbore Octagon to Round barrel

    I recently purchased a group of muzzle loading barrels from an estate. Both rifled and smoothbore. All of the rifled barrels were Colerain. The smoothbores are commercial barrels with the same ground finish as Colerain but are not stamped. They are however quality barrels. I am going to list the...
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    SOLD 12Ga .730 48in. Swamped Barrel

    I recently purchased a group of muzzle loading barrels from an estate. Both rifled and smoothbore. All of the rifled barrels were Colerain. The smoothbores are commercial barrels with the same ground finish as Colerain but are not stamped. They are however quality barrels. I am going to list the...
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    SOLD Colerain "Isaac Haines" 45cal B profile 38" Barrel

    I recently purchased a group of muzzle loading barrels from an estate. Both rifled and smoothbore. All of the rifled barrels were Colerain. The smoothbores are commercial barrels with the same ground finish as Colerain but are not stamped. They are however quality barrels. I am going to list the...
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    SOLD EuroArms Rodgers&Spencer Revolver London Gray Like New

    Here is a like new (I can find no sign it has ever been fired) EuroArms Rodger's & Spencer revolver. This is the London Gray finish that is very attractive. One of the most reliable and accurate percussion revolver designs. It is a shame it was dropped from production a few years ago. Price is...
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    SOLD Pedersoli .54cal Kentucky Percussion Pistol Like New

    Here is a unfired as new pair of .54cal Pedersoli Kentucky style percussion pistols. Both are identical so only one is pictured. I took these in on a trade so can offer them one or the pair at a really favorable price. If you want both the price is $575 which includes shipping anywhere in the...
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    SOLD Colt Signature Series Walker

    Here is a really nice condition signature series Walker Colt. It is unfired but has a few handling marks such as a light cylinder turn line and a few ticks near the cylinder notches and a light scuff near the barrel end and one mark on the grip strap near the signature all shown in the pictures...
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    FOR SALE U.S. Historical Society Andrew Jackson Flintlock Pistol

    Those of you who are a bit older, like me, probably recall the U.S. Historical Society that came into being just after the bi-centenial. The Society had some famous names on it's board ,mostly to lend itself some respectability, and marketed high quality recreations of historical artifacts to...
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    SOLD A.S.M. 12Ga. Over/Under Percussion

    Here is an apparently unfired Armi San Marco 12Ga over and under. Some will say this sure looks like the one Beretta brought out as a commemorative in the early 1980's. That is because ASM made them for Beretta and after Beretta had sold out their issue of I believe 2000 units ASM marketed them...
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    Fun day at the range with Pietta Hickok 1851

    Managed to get to the range today and among other guns had a chance to excersize one of my Pietta Hickok 1851 Navies. Been awhile since I shot them and had to relearn the sight picture. Distance was 15yds offhand .375RB and 25gr equivalent of BlackMZ. Started left to right. Guess I'm s till more...
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    Washington flintlock pistols

    I have been wanting a set of these pistols for quite some time and was lucky enough to have some extra cash when this set came up on gunbroker. There were 975 sets of these produced starting back in 1976 under the auspicies of the U.S. Bi-Centential Society that morphed into the U.S. Historical...
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    SOLD Pietta 1858 NMA 44 Color Cased Frame Checker Grips

    Here is a really nice Pietta Remington NMA 44. This one has the color case hardened frame and checkered grips and is in pristine condition although I have shot it some. There are three tiny locations on the left side of the barrel and one on the right that have been touched up with cold blue...
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