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Hi everyone
Newbie to Muzzelloading, I have just aquired two rifles one a T/C Hawken in .45cal and a Tennesee Poor Boy flintlock also in .45, both have been in storage for 30 years but have been looked after, the Hawken is easy to find information on but the Tennessee is unknown, no markings at all on the lock or on top of the barrel, haven't been brave enought to remove the barrel on the Tennessee yet. Both shoots beautifully 2nd day shooting I hit a 1ft square gong at 110 yards with the Tennessee, very happy shooter.
If anyone can help with info on the Tennessee it will be very much appriciated.

Best Regards from Down Under Jan

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Just a tadly concerned about the overly ornate Trigger Guard on the "Hawken" Rifle at the top, what Make is it Jan ?
 

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Those are nice looking pieces
Hi everyone
Newbie to Muzzelloading, I have just aquired two rifles one a T/C Hawken in .45cal and a Tennesee Poor Boy flintlock also in .45, both have been in storage for 30 years but have been looked after, the Hawken is easy to find information on but the Tennessee is unknown, no markings at all on the lock or on top of the barrel, haven't been brave enought to remove the barrel on the Tennessee yet. Both shoots beautifully 2nd day shooting I hit a 1ft square gong at 110 yards with the Tennessee, very happy shooter.
If anyone can help with info on the Tennessee it will be very much appriciated.

Best Regards from Down Under Jan

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Nice looking pieces, are replicas or original?
 

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