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|40 cal, Beck Style Flintlock , **$1,000.00**|
light weight 40 cal flint lock,39 in barrel, hard maple stock ,used not abused,40 shipping , thanks for looking message for pics,email@example.com, make offer sell as is,marked down,WILL TAKE PAYMENT PLAN, call anytime 9-9,859-986-5452, must sell as is,marked down ,$1,000.00
|Elmer Wall / John Armstrong Museum Grade Kentucky Flintlock Longrifle|
Museum grade Kentucky flintlock longrifle historical reproduction with custom built, lighted, maple wall mount display case. Fully functional. One of, if not, the finest longrifles of its type found anywhere.
Builder: Elmer N. Wall, Winchester, Kentucky, 1993. Select rare fine grade curly maple stock. Siler lock. R.E. Davis trigger. Getz barrel: 42 inch, .40 Cal, 1:66 twist. German silver and brass inlays.
Maple wall mounted, lighted, display case was custom built for this rifle by master cabinet maker Tim Bonham. The display case features solid maple construction with black walnut double dove tail corner joints, rear mirror, low temperature lights, tempered safety glass on lid, brass lid stays and pneumatic lid dampers. Wall mount rails are included.
Collector documentation includes detailed photographic prints of the longrifle, photograph of Elmer Wall with rifle in 2002, and original hand written notes by Elmer Wall describing the rifle and his life history.
Mr. Wall, now in his 80’s, is renowned for his outstanding quality, craftsmanship and historical accuracy. This rifle is based upon Mr. Wall’s careful studies of several of John Armstrong’s Emmitsberg, Maryland, museum and private collection pieces built between 1793 and 1830. Armstrong was one of the most notable builders of his day. Mr. Wall incorporated specific build details and designs that were unique to John Armstrong’s pieces built during the Golden Age of Kentucky flintlock longrifles.
Mr. Wall has built over 200 longrifles in his long, storied career. Mr. Wall considers this rifle, #187, to be one of his finest pieces.
Detailed photographs of the rifle can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4x35405raf8crsp/C9RZu2Gq-5
Serious buyer inquiries only please. Located in Arizona.
|Virginia Style Mountain Rifle by J. Brown in .58 caliber|
This is an early Virginia style mountain rifle by Jackie Brown. This would make an excellent big game rifle. It is stocked in curly maple with iron mounts that have been browned. The .58 caliber, 35" long barrel is a custom made one that tapers from 1 1/8" at the breech to 1" at the muzzle which makes it balance just behind the ramrod entry. The lock is a large Siler. This is a no frills rifle for the serious hunter who wants to pack a punch. The 1¾" wide, almost flat buttplate will help absorb the recoil of the rifle. This rifle is used but very little. Bore is clean and the rifling is crisp.
Weight is 10 lbs. Pull is 14". More pictures can be found at http://claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|York Co. Style Rifle in .32 caliber|
This is a very nicely made rifle that I'm guessing was probably made back in the 1980s or early 1990s. I don't know who made it. There are no markings on the gun but I haven't pulled the barrel to see if it has a name or date on the bottom. It is very neatly made showing good workmanship throughout. The inlets are tight. There has been a little wood shrinkage over the years so the patchbox is not perfectly flush with the wood now but isn't any problem. This is common with many original rifles as well. The stock is a nice piece of curly maple with a light golden stain and oil finish. The stock is incised carved which is well done. The patchbox and long toeplate are nicely engraved. The patchbox release is in the toeplate and is a square horn button. Very typical. The lock is an Italian made one with a short fast throw and sparks very well. The barrel is a Green Mountain 13/16" straight and is 42" long. The bore is clean and the rifling is crisp. This rifle has seen some use but not much by looking at the lock wear and bore. There are a few minor dents and dings from handling over the years as is to be expected. Overall the quality and styling is very well done. Weight is 8.5 lbs. Pull is 13.5". More pictures can be found at http://claysmithguns.com/guns_on_hand.htm
|Early Lancaster Rifle by Ross Westgate|
SALE PENDING -Early Lancaster -.45 Caliber, B wt., Colerain Swamped barrel, 38" long with antique "forge finish."
Chambers deluxe Siler flintlock with "forge finish. Davis Double set triggers. Lop is 13.5 in. P+ grade curly maple stock stained with a dark reddish maple stain. Side opening wood patch box with brass wire inlay decoration. Brass furniture includes east rod pipes and nose cap (pretty stout). Incise and Relief carving. Brass hunters star on cheek rest with vent pick inlay under it. Light engraving on brass parts. Brass wire inlay around the barrel pin holes adds a little color up front. Brass front site, steel rear. Ramin wood ramrod with brass tip. Fossil ivory oval inlay on the wrist is ready to be scrimshawed with your initials or whatever you want (no extra charge). This gun is test fired and sighted, ready to go hunting. The balance is really nice, making it a pleasure to handle. $2100 plus shipping ( and return of my shipping box) Satisfaction guaranteed. More photos available upon request.
|english fowler (SPF)|
english fowler 44" 20 ga. swamped colerain barrel chambers round faced lock brass hardware that has some ingraving on sideplate and buttplate all in a very nice english walnut stock asking $1950 plus shipping for more pics go to loseyfirearms.com (sale pending)
|1960's or 1970's contemporaty 45 Cal. Flintlock (SPF)|
Nice lightly used .45 Cal longrifle with flintlock (early siler), nice figured (tiger stripped) maple stock with gentle carvings. Brass furniture and push button patch box. Barrel is 42 inches long 13/16 across the flats, twist 1-66, deep cut riflings, make unknown. LOP 14 1/4 with set triggers. More photos available if your interested. No makers name on this rifle built in the late 1960's or 1970's. Has a few minor bumps from age, storage and moving - nothing major. Price is $1450.00
|50 cal. Allen Martin left hand rifle,, Price Reduced|
I am selling this very nicely done Allen Martin Left hand rifle for a client. 50 cal swamped Bobby Hoyt barrel with funneled muzzle,, very nice balance. trigger pull is 13 5/8, super fine curly maple aged very nice, approx. two years old, tapered ram rod, insised carved, sliding wood patch box, 8 lb. 50 rounds fired through. I have more photos, please email me if you want to see more.
Allan Sandy 434-760-1144
PRICE DROP feb/8/14
|Louie Parker Rifle|
Louie Parker Rifle. Patch box, toe plate, and inlays copied from a rifle marked Alvin Halland. New Burn, South Carolina 1829. 43 in 40 caliber barrel. 13 1/2" pull. Beautiful piece of Louie's early work. Like new condition. More pictures available upon request.
|Ken Netting Smoothbore (PRICE REDUCED)|
This is an exceptional Ken Netting fowler in .54 with a 48" Rayl octagon-to-round barrel and a Chambers English lock. There is light carving along the slim stock and engraved brass side plate, acorn trigger guard and extended butt plate. Well balanced at under 8 lbs., they just don't get any better. There are several more photos on Contemporary Makers, November 21, 2011. The REDUCED (AGAIN) price of $2,450.00 (OBO) includes shipping to the lower 48.