A Charleville 1814 Musket HIGH QUALITY

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AAOG

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Hello!! This is my Charleville 1814 Musket replica
All handmade in Argentina.
Is not an India decorative... Is a real Muzzleloader Musket!! Maked from 0 with the best walnut, certified Steel and museum accuracy details!
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You do fine work young man!!! Can you hunt with it inArgentina? What is the hunting like?
 

AAOG

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Ohh!! Thanks for your words!! I don't like hunt. My Father and me are gunmakers specialized on Muzzleloader guns. We are collectors of originals and we have more of 500 antique guns in our collection. We are restorers and sellers of originals and make some replicas too!
We love shoot... But not hunt.
Greetings !
 

Sure Shot Rick

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With all that fine work would you place the flash hole at the bottom of the pan. And why shoot the target stand.
 

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That is very beautiful ! I had the use of an Italian copy. The barrel bands were all steel. It wasn’t made as well as the Brown Bess copies we had. I think they were made by Pedersoli. All I really remember about the Charleville was that the thing rusted if you looked at it cross eyed, especially the barrel bands.

Yours looks beautiful !
 

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Very good work! Very few if any , noticed the Argentina national anthem . Thank you for that sir! I used to know the men in charge of the collection of the Museo de Armas de la Nacion, Ing Chavez, and Saul Braseras.
That was in the late '70s and early '80s. I was a member of the Tiro Federal Argentino de Buenos Aires were I discovered black powder shooting. The best gun club inside a city in the world. Don't believe me ? Google it !
 
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