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|Steve Zihn .62 cal Transitional Flintlock Rifle|
Unfortunately I am having a "wife wrecked my truck sale." This is a gorgeous rifle with some tasteful engraving, mill work on barrel, beautiful carving on a stunning piece of wood, horn nose cap, some silver inlay on the patch box. 13 1/4" length of pull, cast off for right handed shooter, bright and shiny bore, 37" swamped Bill Moody "Forsyth" rifled barrel for stout loads, some mill work at breech and muzzle, gold band at muzzle, sight has leaf for long range. This is a beautiful rifle with all the bells and whistles. The previous owner has even taken it Africa hunting to hunt big game. I have never even gotten around to shooting it, I've just admired and appreciated it for several years. Hate to let it go but I don't have much of a choice. More treasures to follow....
|Reading PA Rifle|
I am offering this Reading PA rifle circa 1770.It been my personal hunting rifle for the last couple of years and it is time to pass it on.It is a close copy of an original Reading rifle featured in an article by George Shumway in the March 2000 Muzzle Blast.It is thought to have been made by Wolfgang Haga although no signed rifle by him are known which is not unusual for the period.It is stocked in walnut with a touch of curl as is the original.It features a 43” .54 cal Getz “Haga” barrel and a one of a kind custom lock made from a Chambers Gunmaker kit patterned after the lock on the J.Schriet rifle(circa 1760) .It does have some handling marks consistent with being hunted(and has taken deer) and the photographs are current.Many more pictures available on request and I would be glad to answer any questions you might have.$2500 plus shipping.Thanks for looking.
|Paul Bingham Smooth Rifle for sale|
.54 smooth rifle built by Paul Bingham from Illinois. 44" octagon round barrel, Chambers round face lock, 13 5/8" trigger pull, stock is plain maple. Has some engraving by C. Edwards.
|St Louis Hawken|
This Hawken rifle was assembled using parts from the Hawken Shop. All castings were made from an original Hawken Rifle. The Barrel was made by Ed Rayl and is a 1 1/8"x1" straight taper 54 cal x 34" long. The lock plate was cast from an original Gibbons, I do not know whose internal parts were used but they are very well done. The sear rotates on a set of pins and the screws in the bolster are shouldered so the tumbler and the sear do not get pinched or bind. A very well done lock. All the furniture has been rust blued and lightly rubbed back. The rifle is new with 10 rounds fired for sighting purpose. Contact Jim Parker, Calvary Longrifles LLC, email@example.com, cell 205-566-1387 or shop 205-680-9219.
|20 ga. Lancaster Co. Fowler|
This Revolutionary War period Fowler by Shane Emig is styled after an original made by John Newcomer in Lancaster Co. Pa. It is stocked in a brilliant piece of curly maple, hand finished with traditional finishes, and has a trigger pull length of 13 5/8 inches. The brass mounts are fully hand engraved in the neatest 18th Century fashion. The 42 inch Colerain barrel has also been hand filed and decorated at the transition. The large Siler lock has been hand-tuned to insure smooth, fast and reliable service. This gun is in brand new, un-fired condition.
For Sale: Early style 62 cal. rifle. Stumpwood curly maple stock finished with nitric acid stain. Colerain swamped round bottom rifling. Chamber's Germanic lock, all steel hardware finished bright. Handmade thimbles and sites. Customized buttplate and triggerguard from castings. Bone boar in cheekpiece surrounded with silver wire. Antler covered sliding patch box again surrounded with silver wire. molded bead on lower butt. More silver on forestock and around tang. Fired half a dozen times , but never sited in. Small nicks and dents from packing it around for the last 10 years. Ebony strip on cheek piece edge has developed hairline crack, part of the patina I guess. Built by me. More pictures upon request. Priced at $3650.00 plus 70.00 frt. and insur.
|Left hand .54 cal. full stock Hawken by John Bergmann|
Left Hand .54 ca. Walnut full stock Hawken by John Bergmann of Granville Tn. Gitz 37" tapered 1 1/8 to 15/16" .54 cal. barrel, L&R lock with a very short throw, W. Morgan double set triggers, American Black Walnut stock, 2 piece brazed butt plate. Length of pull is 14". I received this rifle from John in March of 2011. Buyer pays actual shipping cost.
I'm starting to reduce the size of my collection. This rifle is in excellent condition inside and out. I've had it out to the range 3 times and have fired it less than 40 times. I returned it to John and had him replace the long bar rear sight with a more standard Hawken type sight. The other just didn't look right on the this rifle. John plugged the old dove tail and it gives the rifle kind of an old original look to it. I have plenty of pictures so contact me if you are interested. I will pay shipping to the lower 48 states and some of the shipping to Alaska.
|Peter Neihart/Lehigh Valley Rifle|
This longrifle is built in the style of Peter Neihart who worked in the area now known as the Lehigh Valley. The 44' octagonal to round, .54 cal. barrel is made by Colerain. The lock is by L. Zorne's Gun Shop. The curley maple stock is incised carved behind and in front of the cheek as well as behind the rear ramrad pipe. The area around the barrel tang has raised carving as did Neiharts pieces. The barrel, lock, and etc. are browned. And the brass is darkened for an aged look. For more photos or information call; (513) 899-2896 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Peter A. Alexander "Left hand - Virginia longrifle"|
This left hand rifle was made by Peter A. Alexander “The Gunsmith of Grenville County” for a customer in 2001. It is based on a circa 1770, Winchester, Va. style, Peter believes that this is the most elaborately carved rifle he has ever made. This .50 caliber rifle has never been fired. Hand crafted double set triggers by Peter A. Alexander.
|Peter A. Alexander "Isaac Berlin" longrifle|
Isaac Berlin: this .54 caliber rifle is an exacting copy of the famous Isaac Berlin rifle shown in Vol. II of Rifles of Colonial America. Peter Alexander “The Gunsmith of Grenville County” has known, studied, and loved this rifle, made by Isaac Berlin in Easton, Pa. circa 1775, since 1980. In 1981, Peter persuaded George Shumway, the owner, to let him take the original butt plate and trigger guard to Reaves Goehring Jr. to have copies made. He made 4 or 5 copies of the original gun. This one uses the last set of butt plate & trigger guard taken from the original rifle. This gun is unfired.