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SOLD .45 Flintlock Pistol

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Nov 11, 2011
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Surry County, North Carolina
I finished building this .45 flintlock pistol this morning. The specs are:
Lock is a Chambers Small Siler
Stock is "Premium" Curly Maple, from Pecatonica River. (Varnish and wax finish.)
Barrel is GM 13/16" straight, .45 cal 1:20 twist. 9- 1/4" length with stainless vent liner
Mountings are German Silver
I haven't fired this pistol. The trigger pull is very light (maybe one pound?), sparks great and should be quite nice to shoot.
Asking $1150 plus shipping where allowed.
Check or Money Orders, or local pick-up is fine (Mount Airy area of NC)
I will be happy to add additional photos and answer questions.
**Please let's not have side conversations on this thread**
Thanks for looking!


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Back when the gob'ment was foolishly giving covid relief checks, over $1000 per family, I used my half to buy a custom Kentucky pistol. This one here is much nicer. Tax return money could not be put to better purpose!:)
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