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|Jacob Dickert |
This faithful copy of Jacob Dickert's rifle is built around a 41" 50 cal Rice "reading" pattern barrel. The lock is a Chambers gunmakers lock with golden age tumbler, the plate customized to the profile of the original lock, and the double cut border cut on the plate and cock, and the cock and set triggers were all custom built in my shop. It is stocked in an outstanding piece of curly sugar maple, and the LOP is 13" I had this rifle on display at the 2014 CLA show in Lexington. Additional photos are available here....http://dfruthflintlocker.blogspot.com/.....Thanks for looking
|William Antes rifle|
This rifle is a faithful copy of the original rifle built by Antes. The barrel is a 44" 50 cal Rice B weight Lancaster pattern 1" breech, and the overall rifle length has been scaled to the barrel length. Lop is 13 1/8" but with the curved trigger it shoulders like 13 1/2" pull...very comfortable.
The lock is the Chambers Dale Johnson , and best of all the hardware was cast from the original Antes rifle. This rifle was at my display table at the 2014 CLA show. Additional photos available here....http://dfruthflintlocker.blogspot.com/.... Thanks for looking
|Andrew Dolep Lock Castings Sets|
Castings of an original lock by Andrew Dolep. Classic form from around 1690-1700.
Would work well for a pistol or small fowling piece.
Andrew Dolep was a very prolific and well known English gunsmith during the late 17th and early 18th centuries.
A very beautiful and stylish 17th century flintlock.
Great care was taken in preparing the parts before making the molds. All holes are plugged and material was added to any places that needed it. The lock was in very good condition and allowed for nice castings to be created from it.
Metals used: 1095 for the frizzen, 5160 for the springs, O1 for the tumbler, sear and 8620 for the remaining parts.
No screws will be included.
To purchase visit: www.kiblerslongrifles.com or contact Jim at email@example.com
|32 CAL SOUTHERN by James Turpin|
Offering for sale a very nice 32 caliber "JAMES TURPIN rifle." This a very thin & light rifle. It features a HOWARD KELLY 3/4 barrel 41 inches long. This barrel has very deep rifling and very smooth bore. I have shot this gun & it preforms very well. It also has a modified large Siler that is very fast. Davis set triggers and all hand forged hardware. The pull length is 13 & 1/12 inches. Stained dark for use in the woods.WE WILL ONLY SELL & SHIP IN THE US.--- SORRY--- Sales outside of the country for guns is now very difficult . We have additional photos available if requested. Asking $2800.00 . shipping & ins will be extra.
|54 smooth rifle|
54 smooth rifle. built from blank. curly walnut, 46" Colerain oct round barrel, smoothbore. chambers round face English lock. 13 1/4 pull. asking 1,800 hundred plus shipping
|Longrifle by Ric Lambert|
1770 or so Berlin profile flintlock longrifle built around 1999 in Davidson Co. TN. Octagon to round, rifled, 44", tapered and flared, 54 cal. barrel. Sugar maple stock has good curl through out whole stock. Brass furniture, Chambers Flat Faced Ketland lock. Sliding wooded patch box. Incised and relief carving along with forestock and lower buttstock molding stepped at wrist. This gun shoots well and and has artistic as well as honest patina. More photos can be viewed here; http://contemporarymakers.blogspot.com/search?q=ric+lambert
|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.
|Transitional rifle "REDUCED PRICE"|
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 $3250.00 plus 70.00 frt. and insur.
|Peter Neihart/Lehigh Valley Rifle SOLD pending funds|
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