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BROWN BESS PEDERSOLI BICENTENNIAL MODEL

BACK IN THE EARLY 1970'S PEDERSOLI MADE A SPECIAL RUN OF THEIR REPRODUCTION SECOND MODEL BROWN BESS BRITISH INFANTRY MUSKET. THESE MUSKETS COMMEMORATE THE SERVICE OF 23RD REGIMENT OF FOOT,(AKA THE ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS), FOR THEIR SERVICE DURING THE REBELLION OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES AGAINST THE RULE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. EACH MUSKET WAS SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION AND THE NAME OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER IS ENGRAVED ON THE BUTT PLATE TANG. IN ADDITION, THE STOCK THUMB PLATE IS ENGRAVED WITH AN IMAGE OF THE 23RD REGIMENT CAP BADGE... OVERALL FINE CONDITION, WITH NO ISSUES. THIS IS A FULLY FUNCTIONAL FLINTLOCK MUSKET AND SHOULD BE A GOOD SHOOTER WITH APPROPRIATE BLACK POWDER LOADS. A SOMEWHAT RARE ITEM, AS I SEEM TO RECALL THAT ONLY 1000 OR SO OF THIS MODEL WERE PRODUCED. PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE. EMAIL AT GDED14@YAHOO.COM

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$995.00

7/28/2015
Beautifully Signed William Reynolds GreenBriar Co WV

Born in 1789 William Reynolds was actively working as a gunsmith in Lewisburg during the flintlock era. He created a singular style and was an excellent metal worker and engraver. This rifle is in nice old condition with some damage to the patchbox lid and some minor loses along the forestock. It is stocked in walnut and retains an old finish. The rifled .40 cal barrel is 42 inches long. Photos pending

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$1,850.00

7/27/2015
Unsigned Adam Evick, Franklin, WV Ca 1810

Here is a nice early Adam Evick rifle in unrestored condition. It was originally a flintlock but changed to percussion in the 1830's. The barrel was shortened to 33 inches but retains its rifling about .45 cal. It has a nice old surface and has never been cleaned. The brass patchbox is typical of Evick's work. There is a silver 8-point star in the cheekpiece. It has nice curly maple with a pleasing patina. Please see other antique Kentucky rifles on my website www.AspenShadeLTD.com

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$1,450.00

7/27/2015
bivins pennsylvania bicentennial rifle

This is one of the set of only 200 rifles that were commissioned for the pennsylvania bicentennial. Two premier gunmakers gunmakers of the time accepted the contract to make these rifles.john bivins and jack haugh were to make 100 rifles each with bivins making the odd numbers and haugh making the even numbers. this is #100 make by jack haugh. All barrels were made in .50 cal. by bob paris, locks were all supplied by bud siler, who also assisted with the production of the hardware. monte mandarino and mark silver also assisted with the production. While the lock, stock, and barrel were the same, the carving and engraving was different on each one.this rifle is in new condition, never fired. this is an opportunity to own and exquisite and extremely rare firearm more pictures and info available upon reqest

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$5,700.00

7/25/2015
Henry Groff (attributed) Longrifle

This rifle is easily attributed to Henry Groff. It is in excellent condition with very few flaws. Nearly 38 3/4" barrel, .38 caliber rifled and filthy inside, 54" OAL. Unsigned, but with "chicken walk" engraving around the sights and up and down the barrel. Beautifully engraved, pierced box, nicely engraved toe plate, wear plate, trigger guard, and more. Silver inlays and barrel-key escutcheons, checkered wrist. I can't find much wrong with it, but the ramrod appears to be a replacement, the set triggers need a cleaning and/or adjustment, two forward thimbles are of slightly different lengths (although they appear original and of the same design). See pages 36 and 37 of Whisker's "Ohio Long Rifles, Vol. 2" for a very similar, signed rifle by Henry Groff. SOLD PENDING FUNDS 7/27/15.

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NFS - Contact artist for pricing.

7/23/2015
B. Fox Full Stock Flint Lock Long Rifle RJT# 3483 -$1,695.00

This Southern Mountain rifle flint lock is in .45 cal. made by B. Fox. and mounted with a 42 inch octagon barrel and a 14 3/4 inch length of pull. It has the classic mountain rifle patch box & double set triggers. Stock has a cheek piece and balances nicely. This attractive rifle is trimmed with perfectly browned iron furniture, and stocked in very dark stained fine curly maple. The rifle has a superb rich finish with an understate elegance. Often referred to as a Tennessee style, this Southern rifle is fitted with a correct lock. All wood to metal fit is superior and precise, showing the hand of a master. Front sight has a 5/16 inch dovetail brass base with a silver blade. Rear sight has a 5/16 dovetail base and is a brown steel open buckhorn style. 58 inches overall length and weighs 7.55 lbs. The barrel has deep rifling with 9 lands and grooves a true round ball shooter. Bore shows no signs of wear or pitting. No rust or damage to wood. All hardware is iron. It is in perfect condition throughout. To see full screen pictures go to www.riverjunction.com and search 3483 If you like you can pay there with credit card or paypal.

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$1,695.00

7/21/2015
southern mountain rifle

This is a new Tennessee rifle with a .50 cal 42" rice southern classic barrel davis lock and set triggers and all hand forged steel hardware in a nice curly maple stock I tried to give it a aged look but did not get to carried away with it. the lop is 13 3/4 and it is a light rifle it comes in at 6 1/2 lbs. Any questions or more pics you can call 7156518345 or e-mail lowcsp@citizen-tel.net asking $1750 plus shipping (sold pending funds)

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$1,750.00

7/20/2015
Matt Fennewald and Dan Fruth on CLF Auction

Matt Fennewald and Alex Fourman have donated an impeccable Otter hunting bag with Buffalo Powder to the auction. This is a fine native American style bag, nicely hand done and documented. Dan Fruth has made a grand pre-rev war style southern rifle. This is agent study of an early rifle of the Shenandoah Valley and the CLF site has a fine photo essay. As always, the price is just a place keeper If you are not attending the Lexington meeting or are not a CLA member you CAN use the absentee bidding process explained on the auction page. Click here to view the 2015 CLF Fund Raising Auction

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$1.00

7/16/2015
Percussion Longrifle, Nice Wallhanger, Dated "1888"

Nice fullstock with a cheekpiece and toeplate, dated on the sideplate. Old barrel, but not original to the gun; nails through the lugs holding it to the stock. Broken tang, patent breech, 36" barrel. Lock and double-set triggers work, but hammer is not the best fit and it is cracked.

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$500.00

7/15/2015
Early Virginia Longrifle

This Early Virginia Longrifle is iron mounted with hand forged butt plate, trigger guard, side plate thimbles and iron captured lid patch box. It is a 50 caliber, 42 inch Colerain round bottom rifling and stocked with premium curly maple and aqua fortes stain. It has chambers round face lock and a “Davis” double set trigger. It is adorned with coin silver and ivory and has a poured pewter chevron nose cap. A beautiful piece signed by Hershel House and Tom Greco More pictures available upon request, for questions please contact by phone: 773- 744- 5401 ,,, Thanks Price $4.200 shipping and insurance included.

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$4,200.00

7/15/2015
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