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|Classic Bridger style Hawken Rifle|
Recently completed by John F. Bergmann, a "classic" Percussion Hawken style Rifle! Ser.#0663. .54 Cal. Colerain barrel -1 1/8"atf X 32"long. OAL - 49". Weight - 11.5lbs. LOP - 14". Rear sight position - 9.75" from breech end of barrel. Modena style patchbox w/push button release. Stock is maple. The rifle is new and, except for proofing the barrel, has not been shot. I can provide more pic's if needed. $1685.00 + shipping
|.54 Cal. Rocky Mountain rifle. RJT# 3277-4 |
Model: Mountain Rifle
Serial Number: none
Year of Manufacture: Ca. 1970
Action Type: Percussion caplock with double set triggers.
Barrel Length: 32 inch With a 1/60 twist
Sights / Optics: Buckhorn style as used on Lever guns,and silver blade Rouck mountain site.
Type of Finish: Brown
Finish Originality: yes
Bore Condition: Bright and shinny no pitting or rust.
Overall Condition: This rifle rates in about Very Good condition.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: None
Our Assessment: Dark Walnut stock. Lock and triggers work perfectly. No dings or chips. Hawken style trigger guard. Iron butt plate and toe guard. Hawken style lock. Patch box looks like an old original. Stock has a silver Liberty Bell inlay. Barrel escutcheons are silver Acorns. And silver thimbles. A nice gun.
Adult signature required upon delivery. FOREIGN SALES OK where allowed by local law, with actual shipping charges.
Cash, postal money order, cashiers check, personal & business checks.
May order at www.riverjucntion.com on-line with credit card.
|Vincent Ohio Rifle by Gary Rummell "SOLD!"|
.50 caliber, 38" 7/8 straight Colerain barrel, modified small Siler flintlock, Davis double set triggers, primitive adjustable rear sight, brass and silver mounted, engraved, poured pewter nose cap, pinned barrel rib, built on a curly maple half stock. I built this rifle less than a year ago and has had 8-10 rounds fired through it to zero it.
Sold Pending Funds
|M.T. Koval Mountain Man Flintlock Rifle|
This is a great Flintlock made by Unknown to me M.T. Koval. The flintlock is a 50 Caliber and has a Ivory front sight blade and cheekrest. There is a great Mountain Man killing and Indian carved into the stock.
|Lester Smith For Hacker martin Longrifle|
This is a Fantastic Lester Smith Longrifle. This Flintlock rifle has a 53" barrel and is 38 Caliber Smoothbore? Not certain when rifle was made. The patch box lock parts are missing inside. There are a couple inlays that are missing.
|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
|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