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I just published pics of an Allen Martin poor boy on my blog. It is a bit more than his usual poor boys. www.bricestultzhisblog.blogspot.com
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Call it what you like. I think it started out as a plain rifle and grew as they talked. It is just a rifle of no particular school. We had a whiskey drinking motel room party at the muzzleloading show in Knoxville. Allen was there and Wayne talked to him about a rifle. Then it took off from there. I like it.
If you look at the Harper family rifles in Bill Ivey's book, they seem ornate/radical for the area(NC) they were built in.
 
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I don't care what this rifle is called because I think it's splendid and, ahem! made for me. :cool:
 
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