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|Fowler,20 Ga. $1,300.00 SOLD *****|
Nice Fowler, 20 Ga.42" Barrel Oct - Rd,Siler Flintlock,Dark Maple Stock, Brass Trim,New,5 DAY INSPECTION , JUST NO SPARKLIKG OR SHOOTING , if not 100% approval ,just pay return shipping for refund...
firstname.lastname@example.org, new price, *** SOLD***
|Jack Brooks rifle|
Jack Brooks 54 cal. rifle marked "John S. Brooks 1987" on barrel
Plain curly maple stock, early style, 54-1/2 overall length, replaced sliding wood patch box,
aged finish with incise and relief carving, custom flint lock 5-1/4 early German 1750-1760
Brass hardware, 1-1/2 formed end cap, 3 flat butt plate, 4-3/4, 2" wide, single trigger,
40" swamp barrel, 1-1/8 breech, 31/32 muzzle, 7/8 at 11" from muzzle, coned muzzle
approx. 13-1/4 trigger pull
|Lehigh County Rifle|
This is a brand new Lehigh County rifle built in our shop. It features a 38" swamped Colerain barrel in .45 caliber, a Hand-Tuned Large Siler lock and single trigger by R.E. Davis Co. Its stocked in a magnificent piece of Curly Maple that runs brilliant from one end to the other. Some unique features are the period correct 16-sided hand-filed ram rod pipes, the decoratively filed brass sideplate and the engraved two-piece brass patchbox. The trigger pull measures 14 1/4". This beautiful rifle was finished using all traditional 18th Century stains and finishes. For a few additional photos please visit our website and go to CURRENT SPECIALS. www.cabincreek.net
|Jim Chambers Virginia Rifle|
This is a very nice rifle made by Indiana Gun Smith Sam Gorham. It is .58 calibler, 42" swamped colerain barrel, curly maple stock, all of the brass furniture, lock, and stock are from Jim Chambers "Mark Silver" components.
This is a new rifle an has only been fired to "proof" the barrel. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. The cost includes shipping, and insurance. Thanks for looking.
|.54 caliber Yorktown Rifle|
This is one of our signature Yorktown Rifles in .54 caliber that we just got it in on consignment. It is in very nice condition and shows typical patina for a rifle that was shot and used but well taken care of. It features a 39" Colerain barrel, Large Siler lock and Double-Set triggers by R.E. Davis Co. The rifle is stocked in a nice piece of curly Maple and features a 2-piece brass patchbox, Silver star inlay in the cheek and a silver wrist inlay. The wrist inlay is engraved with the previous owners initials of "RF". This is a very nice rifle that will provide many more years of service. For a few more photos, please visit our website and go to CURRENT SPECIALS. www.cabincreek.net
|Peter Alexander Longrifles|
These two Longrifles by Peter Alexander are pictured on the cover of both his book and video ‘Building the American Longrifle ‘ which I filmed and produced. Exemplary examples of his work, they provide a unique hallmark in Contemporary Longifle history. I am selling them as a pair. Both rilles are pictured
and described on Peter Alexander’s website, http://grenvillegunsmith.blogspot.ca ( clic on year of manufacture. ) The Virginia Rifle is shown by Peter in his video.
The Virginia rifle, reincarnated by Peter in 2000 is a totally hand made rifle whose creation spans over 200 years. Ed Rayl recut the rifling of the original circa 1770’s hand forged 48 inch swamped barrel to .58cal.. The lock was hand forged by Sherwood, Peter made the double set triggers and all of the furniture, which is profusely ingraved The butt plate and trigger guard were cast in the Gun shop at Colonial Williamsburg, The rifle has 6 silver inlays, 3 on the Patchbox plus the cheekpiece inlay w/silver wire inlay, the toe plate and thumb plate. The patchbox release is integrated into its hinge. The relief carving is magnificent and incorporates elements that reflect Peter’s and my shared Scottish heritage. Our Masonic Brotherhood is also celebrated in his engraving. This long rifle is a dynamic, functional piece of art.
The George Shreyer style rifle Peter built for me is listed on his blog site as being made in 1979, although the barrel is signed 1982. Also, this rifle does NOT have an interchangeable .55 cal. smoothbore barrel, as is stated there. The 44 inch .50 cal. swamped barrel was cloned by Don Getz from an original signed Shreyer barrel. It has a tuned Siler Lock and a Butt plate and trigger guard cast by Reaves Goehring from original Shreyer parts.
Serious buyer inquiries only please. Additional photos upon request.
Both these rifles are on Peter’s website : http://grenvillegunsmith.blogspot.ca ( Clic on year of manufacture as given above. )
This bench copy of a Schreyer gun was built by Bill Shipman with a 45 1/2" long, 52 cal. smoothbore Bobby Hoyt barrel, and a Jim Chambers lock. It is beautifully zeroed to shoot a patched .490 or .495 round ball at 50 yards or more. The gun has fired less than fifty rounds and is in mint condition. Inquire for additional information. Owner will go to his range with you to shoot it if you wish. $5800 firm
|Lehigh Valley Rifle in the style of John Rupp|
The lines of this rifle are based on a rifle by John Rupp with side opening brass patchbox. This rifle is built around an A weight 42" .40 cal Green Mountain barrel (square groove rifling), a customized large Siler lock, and a dense red maple stock. The rifle has been fired only a few times and is in otherwise new condition. Wooden sliding patchbox with brass end. Open-ended muzzlecap, handmade ramrod pipes, sideplate, and other small parts custom made. This gun was entirely hand built from a blank with no machine tools used for the barrel, ramrod, or other inletting and shaping. Stock shaped with spokeshave and scrapers, stained with aquafortis, oil finished and given a slight patina finish to highlight the shallow carving.
This little .40 cal rifle weighs 7.5lbs, is easy to handle, and shoulders beautifully without any slap to the cheek bone often associated with Lehigh Valley guns. LOP from center of trigger to innermost part of buttplate is 13.75". If you're looking for a slim rifle, this is it!
Please see more photos in the gallery on my website: http://www.neahkahnieflintlocks.com/lehigh-valley-rifles.html. Contact me for more information.
|45 ca. FLINTLOCK & Shot Pouch, $999.00|
Small Siler Lock, LOP,13 5/8", 13/16" barrel Oct 36" length,no butt plate, but has toe plate , nose cap, ,Kentucky cheek piece, HUNTING POUCH 1"gusset, Powder horn, measure, Bullet board,Patch knife, compass,Rifle is New...shipping $50.00,thanks for looking,call for pics, upload speed is to slow for this site
marked down,WILL ACCEPT PAYMENT PLAN, email@example.com
|2014 CLF Fund Raising Auction|
The Contemporary Longrifle Foundation 2014 Fund Raising Auction is under construction. Last year’s auction theme was the Battle of New Orleans and, thanks to all of you, it was very successful. This year will be the final Auction themed on the War of 1812 and will be broadly based on the Westward movement, Southern influences on the longrifle and the longrifle culture, and the transition of the rifle culture from the Trans-Appalachian frontier to the plains and mountains of the far west.
We have three southern themed firearms currently being built by noted CLA artists, Mike Miller, Roger Sells, and Marc Tornichio. There are a number of interesting accouterments from artists such as TC Albert and Tim Crosby, Steve Auvenshine, Jerry Eitner, Maryellen Pratt, Joe Seabolt, and Bill Smith. We still have room for a few more. If you are interested in contributing contact Heinz Ahlers, firstname.lastname@example.org