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|Left Hand American .62 Fowler |
Built to order from Narragansett Armes sometime back in the 90s when Phil Edwards was still owner. Buyer held it in a gun safe and did not use it. His name was engraved on the side plate but I have removed it. Gun has been cleaned up and I refinished the barrel to a light grey/blue, and that's it. Must sell. Early Lancaster tiger maple stock; brass hardware; Siler lock; sliding wood patchbox. Beautiful gun and worth twice the money. More photos on request.
|Mark Silver Early VA .60 cal. Longrifle|
This is an un-fired by owner (me) early VA longrifle made by mark for me in 2000. Getz barrel, Chambers lock, curly maple, lightly engraved, and Mark's craftsmanship. There is not a mark on this gun. A battery of pictures may be obtained by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Colonial Virginia Flintlock|
The only commercial components on this rifle are the barrel and lock. All brass furniture is hand cast. This rifle has never been fired. The trigger is hand made. The wood screws, lock bolts, and tang bolt are hand made. The .50 cal. 42 inch Colerain barrel with round bottom rifling is fitted with a stainless steel vent liner. The lock is a Chambers. The red maple stock is shaped from a blank. It is stained with hand mixed aqua fortis. The hand rubbed oil finish is also a hand mixed formula. Cast off is about 1/4 inch and length of pull is 13 3/4 inches. The barrel and lock are antiqued. The front sight is a silver blade with a brass base. The wood to metal fit is flawless. Except for the commercial barrel and lock George Morrison made the rifle using 18th century techniques and signed the top barrel flat. George has been building flintlock rifles for forty years. He has now decided to sell a few of his personal guns, of which this is one. George is a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, an NRA Life Member, and NMLRA member. He has recently shifted his focus to concentrate on building iron mounted southern Tennessee rifles and New England rifles (rarely encountered) on a commission basis. Please contact George at 978-660-3907 with questions on this rifle and to discuss a bespoke firearm. Shipping an additional $125.00 CONUS.
|Early Style ca. 1760-1770 Iron Mounted Rifle|
The only commercial components on this rifle are the barrel and the lock. All iron furniture is hand forged by the maker. The trigger is hand made. The wood screws, lock bolts, and tang bolt are hand made. The .40 cal. 42 inch Rice barrel with round bottom rifling is fitted with a stainless steel vent liner. The lock is a Chambers round face Colonial. The sugar maple stock is shaped from a blank. It is stained with hand mixed aqua fortis. The hand rubbed oil finish is also a hand mixed formula. Cast off is about 1/4 inch and length of pull is 14 inches. The metal components are antiqued. The patch box is opened with a button release disguised as a screw on the top of the butt plate. The patch box springs are hand made. The front sight is a silver blade with a brass base. The wood to metal fit is flawless. Except for the commercial barrel and lock George Morrison made the rifle using 18th century techniques and signed the top barrel flat. The simplicity of this rifle understates its elegance and sophistication. It is an heirloom piece for the discriminating shooter. George has been building flintlock rifles for forty years. He has now decided to sell a few of his personal guns, of which this is one. George is a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, an NRA Life Member, and NMLRA member. He has recently shifted his focus to concentrate on building iron mounted southern Tennessee rifles and New England rifles (rarely encountered) on a commission basis. Please contact George at 978-660-3907 with questions on this rifle and to discuss a bespoke firearm. Additional photos are available via email. Shipping is an additional $125.00 CONUS.
|.45 Custom Flintlock|
I am offering for sale this 45 Cal Long Rifle. This rifle was made by Jason Hogarth in Maryland. I do not have the sheet on the particulars however I spared no expense in purchasing the Barrel, Trigger and Lock. I believe the barrel is a Getz and the Lock is Davis. The Bbl. length is 41" The rifle has been fired once and is 100% mint. The wood to metal fit is as good as it gets as well as the engraving and carvings. The overall finish of the walnut stock is perfect. I have a lot of pictures (High Res) that I can share upon request. I would urge you to call me @ 609-280-8025 to discuss this rifle further. I am selling this for exactly what I paid and waited a year for. This website obviously is lacking in its ability to allow any or multiple his res pictures so you will have to have them sent direct to you.
|Smooth rifle 62 cal. by Dennis Turpin|
Smooth rifle 62 cal. Lancaster style, draw lenght 13 1/2", L & R Queen Ann lock, 42" colerain octatgon to round barrel with 2 wedding rings.
Loving used by the maker, shoots great
|Homer Dangler Fusil|
I am offering up a Homer Dangler Fusil. The gun is 62 cal. smoothbore 44" browned barrel, Davis lock and trigger, brass furniture on a walnut stock. This fusil is from a "in the white Dangler kit" finished by the original owner. The gun has been stored for sometime but was shot and used on the range for a short time prior to storage. There for it does have some "patina" or minor nicks and scratches from normal use. More pictures are available.
|Looking for a 10 or 12 gauge fowler barrel!!!!|
Looking for about a 44" fowler barrel. I would like a ten gauge but I will consider a twelve. Thanks
|Peter Alexander Longrifle|
This rifle was built by Peter A. Alexander "The Gunsmith of Grenville County"and is a recreation of an early rifle circa 1760 which Jacob Dickert might have made while influenced by the Moravian gunshop at Christian's Spring, before he and Andreas Albrecht started the Lancaster School in 1771 45 inch Ed Rayle Barrel ~ .54 caliber Large Siler lock Hand crafted double set triggers by Peter A. Alexander
|Working Mans Rifle set by Daniel W. Casey and Eric Vanalstine|
Rifle based off of original on page 72 of new North Carolina Rifles book by William Ivey. Set includes, Heavily antiqued rifle, with an A weight swamped 40 cal colerain barrel. And an L+R Manton majorly retuned. Hand forged butt plate and triggerguard, hand made octagonal ramrod thimbles, and ramrod. Hand made sights, cast pewter nosecap and pivoting wooden patch box, with two hearts hot stamped on the iron washer of the pivot screw. The set triggers are custom built by me as well. The iron side plate is also hotstamped with my (daniel) touchmark, and the top flat of the barrell is engraved with my name and the scripture reference of Joel 3:10 (they shall beat there plowshares into swords and there pruning hooks into spears let the weak say , i am strong) and both are bordered by acanthus leaves. the muzzle of the rifle is engraved with the scripture reference of Job 38:11 ( hitherto hast thou come, and no further) with a border of small flowers stamped the rest of the way around. The Rifle has 1/4 in. of castoff, 3-1/2in. of drop, and the pull is app. 14in. Accompanied by a beautiful shooting bag made by Eric Vanalstine
of vegetable tanned leather. The pattern for the bag is from an original, having supposedly belonged to Daniel Boone . It is all laced instead of sewn, and the laces are all hand cut. The flap on the bag is trimmed with brain tanned leather and has a warm overall homespun look, with an original buckle on the adjustable strap it can fit all sizes. The bag knife sheath is attached to the rear of the bag and is of the same style and construction. The horn is a southern style based on a horn from the Michael Briggs book and has one applied ring which fits nicely with the bag and is also made by Eric. The priming horn is a flat horn very nicely colored and well made and can also be used as a pocket horn. The powder measure is carved by Eric out of maple and hangs from the strap on a small chain. Along with a Daniel Casey bag knife and belt knife, both full tang with pewter pommels, iron end caps, white tail antler handles and my touch mark stamped deep. The sheath for the belt knife is made from maple with a cast pewter band at the top then wrapped in leather for the belt loop,original reworked bullet mold, lead ladle, screw driver, flint striker , flints, lead and patches. All you need is powder and your ready to hunt! I will post better pictures soon, and will have detailed pics to email to interested parties. Nothing will be sold separately. Serious inquiries only please. Thank you for your interest.