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Early Pennsylvania longrifle with moderate curly maple stock and tasteful incised carving. The barrel is .54 cal. 42" swamped, "C" weight by Rice with flat bottom rifling. The lock is an early Ketland by Chambers. Trigger pull is 13 3/4". Drop at heel is 3 1/4". Weight is 9 1/2 lbs. The rear sight is located 11" from the breech. Ramrod is 7/16 " dia. New made and never fired. Higher resolution pictures available upon request. Thanks for looking.
|Bucks County Inspired LR|
Newly completed a few months ago... only 2 function shots were fired,
Bbl...Rice .50 cal. swamped "B" weight X46" LG. Round bottom rifling. Browned.
Lock...Chambers Late Ketland. Browned
Hardware...All slightly aged brass , Bucks County style. Sterling silver cheek star.
Wood,,,curly maple blank
Made by builder...Toeplate operated Pbox release , trigger and trigger plate, RR pipes, muzzlecap
Moldings...Forend, lower butt, both sides of TG
Carving...Behind cheek, both sides of wrist, tang area, enrty pipe finial area.
Engraving... by Tim Adlam
Price....$4400 plus shipping and insurance
Here's a nice Chuck Edwards rifle, built in the late Virginia style. Stocked with a nice piece of good hard black walnut. It has a .36 cal. 45" Ed Rayl swamped barrel, Chambers Late Ketland lock, and all hand forged mounts with nice period engraving on the patchbox and barrel. Weight is around 7 lbs and LOP is 13 3/8". Excellent condition, very accurate and fast ignition. More pictures of this rifle can be seen by going to Chuck's blogspot -http://chuckedwardsflintlocks.blogspot.com , and going to August 2013 of his archives. Price - $3800.00 email: email@example.com, website: cdlyles.com plus shipping
|Curly Gostomski trade gun|
This is a gun hand made by Curly Gostomski himself. Gostomski was a master gun builder who focused on replica trade guns. He also made kits for people to build their own guns, but Gostomski built this one in the early 80s. The gun is a 58 cal. rifle and 20-gage shotgun. The gun has only had two owners and is in very good condition. It has, at most, 100 rounds shot out of it. The Lock is in excellent condition and could be shot with no problems. Email for more pictures or any questions. Payment by money order or bank check. Shipping is not included.
For sale is the Peter Alexander swivel that is shown in this months Muzzleloader Mag. Perter made this rifle to show off my S.B kit, it is pictured in his how to book on a few pages, you can also see it on line somewere. I you are interest in it send me your email and I can send you some shots. Thanks Bernie
|FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY STYLE LONG RIFLE|
THIS IS AN ATTRACTIVE CONTEMPORARY RECREATION OF A CLASSIC LATE FLINTLOCK PERIOD KENTUCKY STYLE LONG RIFLE, CIRCA 1820. THE .45 CALIBER RIFLED BARREL IS UNSIGNED. HOWEVER, THE INSIDE OF THE LOCK PLATE IS STAMPED R. HAMM AND THE INSIDE OF THE PATCH BOX IS STAMPED R. SOUTHGATE. BOTH RUSS HAMM AND ROYLAND SOUTHGATE ARE KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN MAKERS OF CONTEMPORARY MUZZLE LOADERS, BARRELS AND OTHER PARTS DURING THE PERIOD AFTER WW2 AND INTO THE SEVENTIES. SO, ONE CAN CONCLUDE THAT THIS FINE RIFLE IS AROUND FIFTY YEARS OLD...THE 42" BARREL IS ONLY 13/16" ACROSS THE FLATS. THE BORE IS EXCELLENT WITH NO ISSUES. WONDERFUL, PRECISE, ADJUSTABLE DOUBLE SET TRIGGERS. THE NICELY FIGURED FULL LENGTH MAPLE STOCK HAS A LENGTH OF PULL OF 14". THIS RIFLE WEIGHS JUST 8 POUNDS AND IS SO WELL BALANCED THAT IT FEELS MUCH LIGHTER. THE TANG MOUNTED REAR SIGHT AND NAVAL MOTIF AT THE TOP OF THE WRIST ARE UNUSUAL. OVERALL FINE CONDITION WITH NO ISSUES. WONDERFUL ARCHITECTURE WITH FINE AGED FIT AND FINISH. LOOKS LIKE IT COULD BE 200 YEARS OLD! WISH I KNEW WHO MADE IT. BET THIS RIFLE IS A TACK DRIVER WITH THE RIGHT LOAD. HAVE SEEN ENOUGH OF THESE CONTEMPORARY MADE LONG RIFLES TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL WORK...THIS ONE LOOKS LIKE IT WAS MADE BY A HIGHLY SKILLED GUNSMITH AND ARTISAN. ANY INPUT AS TO MAKER WOULD BE APPRECIATED. $1250, PLUS POSTAGE AND INSURANCE. FOR MORE INFO CALL ED DURING BUSINESS HOURS EST AT 603-325-5828
|early transitional rifle|
58 cal. early transitional rifle. nice dense black walnut. chambers lock. chambers liner. of Germanic style and furniture. 40 inch long d wt. rice barrel 58 cal. 13 1/2 inch trigger pull. this gun built from a blank. all inlet by hand. by Alfred Peterman. before his passing and gun was set aside unfinished. till my friend ken netting agreed to finish this gun. all carving, engraving, and pantina finish is from ken. gun is new and unfired. contact rick howard
|Kreps rifle by Ed Wenger|
Flintlock rifle in the style of George Kreps, Hagerstown,MD
46 inch 50 cal. Rice barrel, Chambers Late Ketland flintlock. Rifle is raise carved and has some tasteful engraving on lock and sideplate. The frizzen has been struck a couple of times but otherwise the rifle shows no signs of use.
Lancaster Flintlock Rifle. This rifle was built by well known builder Jerry Kirklin from Birmingham, MI. The rifle is in new condition. Barrel marked J. Kirklin 1986. Only test fired and well taken care of. It has a .45 caliber Douglas 42" octagon barrel marked GAA under the barrel, large Siler flintlock marked LS, single trigger and the trigger guard is shaped with a wide curled face and decorative scroll back, single line molding runs from the toe of the butt to approx. middle of trigger guard, generous stock carving well executed. The LOP is 13 7/8", the front sight is 10 1/4" forward of the rear of the barrel which has 7 lands and grooves and 1 in 66 inch twist. The rifle has all brass furniture except for the lock and trigger. The stock is curly maple and has a bullet shaped sliding patch box. The rifle weighs in at approx. 8 lbs.. 5 day return privilege from date of receipt. This rifle has been well made with very good components and will serve someone very well with class for a long time. Detailed pictures on request.
|Gary Birch Bag and Horn Set|
Offered for sale is a Rev War hunting bag and 18th century style horn by Gary Birch. Gary
is considered by many to be the best at his craft and as a folk artist. His
work is not easy to obtain. The Hunting Bag is 8 3/4" wide by 9 1/2"
long. The strap lets out to 63" long and is 1 1/4" wide with a very
tarnished 18th century style brass buckle. The Bag is made of a quality leather
with oil and wax finish that looks very period. The Horn is 15 1/2" outside
curve with old style Alphabet. The horn has been on the Bag since it was
made and is signed. It is a Lobed Horn with fluted edge. There is a
simulated old repair with tar and pine pitch. It also is sealed on the
base plug with same mixture. It is hard and black. The Horn has a dry 18th
century patina. $2,500.00 for the set.
Contact Steve Boyleston at 850-503-6317 or pegboyleston@ gmail. com