• If you have bought, sold or gained information from our Classifieds, please donate to Muzzleloading Forum and give back.

    You can become a Supporting Member which comes with a decal or just click here to donate.

SOLD Thompson Center Seneca .45

Help Support Muzzle Loading Forum:

Status
Not open for further replies.

lonedave

36 Cal.
Joined
Nov 23, 2005
Messages
98
Reaction score
104
Location
West Richland, WA
.45 Seneca with stock shortened as show. It has a pull of about 12 1/4" compared to the normal 13 3/4" (see 1st picture - top rifle above the un-modified Seneca below which is not for sale). I picked this up years ago as is for a back-up rifle, but only shot it once. It shot prb fine, but I didn't take time to develop a load. It has definitely been used beyond the shortened stock and shows markings on the stock and barrel, but is fully functional. It would make a nice rifle for a younger or smaller stature shooter. Also, the shroud portion of the hammer has chipped as I've seen with many other Seneca/Cherokees, but it doesn't affect the use. I have a used/unbroken hammer and a new-in-package T/C nipple that I'll include with the rifle. $265 plus shipping.
IMG_3370.JPG
IMG_3374.JPG
IMG_3437.JPG
IMG_3376.JPG
IMG_3377.JPG
IMG_3378.JPG
IMG_3379.JPG
IMG_3380.JPG
IMG_3383.JPG
IMG_3387.JPG
 

Prairie Dawg

Pilgrim
MLF Supporter
Joined
Apr 12, 2008
Messages
229
Reaction score
56
I'll take it please.
PM on the way
Thanks
--Dawg
 
Last edited:

J.M. Rodri

32 Cal.
Joined
Jan 14, 2015
Messages
34
Reaction score
9
A long shot I know but I'll take it if Prairie Dawg changes his mind...
 

swamperkk

40 Cal
Joined
Apr 22, 2021
Messages
135
Reaction score
67
.45 Seneca with stock shortened as show. It has a pull of about 12 1/4" compared to the normal 13 3/4" (see 1st picture - top rifle above the un-modified Seneca below which is not for sale). I picked this up years ago as is for a back-up rifle, but only shot it once. It shot prb fine, but I didn't take time to develop a load. It has definitely been used beyond the shortened stock and shows markings on the stock and barrel, but is fully functional. It would make a nice rifle for a younger or smaller stature shooter. Also, the shroud portion of the hammer has chipped as I've seen with many other Seneca/Cherokees, but it doesn't affect the use. I have a used/unbroken hammer and a new-in-package T/C nipple that I'll include with the rifle. $265 plus shipping.
View attachment 79744View attachment 79745View attachment 79754View attachment 79747View attachment 79748View attachment 79749View attachment 79750View attachment 79751View attachment 79752View attachment 79753
i will take it
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Latest posts

Top