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SOLD REDUCED VG Flintlock Dixie Tennessee Mountain Rifle .50

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Can offer terms. Very Good Plus condition Flintlock .50 Dixie Tennessee Mountain Rifle. These were made by Miroku, Japan. Possibly unfired with few handling marks. Some freckling on barrel near breech. It has a 41.25 " browned barrel with 1:66 twist and an excellent bore. Not sure of wood, but have been told it is Cherry. Nice grain. LOP is 13.75. Rifle weighs about 9 lbs. $715 + Shipping.
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Very Good Plus condition Flintlock .50 Dixie Tennessee Mountain Rifle. Possibly unfired with few handling marks. Some freckling on barrel near breech. It has a 41.25 " browned barrel with 1:66 twist and an excellent bore. Not sure of wood, but nice grain. LOP is 13.75. Rifle weighs about 9 lbs. $850 + Shipping.
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Why can’t that be a .36 !!!!
 
Big Sky, is there a crack in the stock, back side by the lock screw?
These look like surface grain separation. The top one does not extend through wood on top flat of stock. Worth watching, but no real worry. When this kind of crack gies through, easy strong fix with a squirt of super glue and a small, discrete pin through top ahead of lock screw. Never had one of those fail. That said, I will reduce price.
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