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gabedard

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This rifle was built with TOW parts approximately 15 years ago

It is excellent condition and has been shot less than 50 times

33" Douglas 1" barrel .50 Caliber pristine bore
L&R percussion Lock
L&R double set triggers
American Black Walnut stock
Poured pewter fore stock cap
6 coats of hand rubbed Tru-Oil finish
Furniture is nicely Browned
All inletting is tight

Very good shooter - all sighted in and ready to hunt!

$750 in the lower 48 states - considerably less than the parts cost today!

I'm open to a couple of possible trades (Pedersoli Pennsylvania or Kentucky 45/50 caliber or other comparable long rifle)

Thanks
Glenn
 

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This rifle was built with TOW parts approximately 15 years ago

It is excellent condition and has been shot less than 50 times

33" Douglas 1" barrel .50 Caliber pristine bore
L&R percussion Lock
L&R double set triggers
American Black Walnut stock
Poured pewter fore stock cap
6 coats of hand rubbed Tru-Oil finish
Furniture is nicely Browned
All inletting is tight

Very good shooter - all sighted in and ready to hunt!

$750 in the lower 48 states - considerably less than the parts cost today!

I'm open to a couple of possible trades (Pedersoli Pennsylvania or Kentucky 45/50 caliber or other comparable long rifle)

Thanks
Glenn
Sent you a PM.
 

gabedard

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A few more pics of a great rifle - you can’t buy more gun for the money!
 

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GANGGREEN

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Wish that I had what you were looking to trade for. What's the barrel profile/weight?
 

gabedard

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Approximately 5.5 lbs without rib/breech plug and thimbles
Profile 1” octagon
 

gabedard

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Bought it from TOW they listed it as slow twist I believe it’s 1/70
 

gabedard

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Doing some on line research .50 is 1/66
Very good PRB shooter not so much when I shot some GP bullets
 

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I'd offer to trade you an Isaac Haines rifle but I need a .54 to hunt for elk here.
 

gabedard

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No worries
Can you send one with the proof and serial numbers
How’s the bore
How’s it shoot
Have you shot it much
 

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I have never shot it. To pretty for me. I like hook breach better.
Bore is very good going by when I cleaned it. Smooth and clean. Can't find a serial number, proof marks are almost covered by stock. Serial may be under the wood to.
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