Trade Gun Parts Sheet
These are the parts for the Type G and the 1740 Early English trade guns in a do it yourself stage. Paper patterns are glued to a sheet of .050 brass ready to cut out and file. The buttplate and trigger guard will need to be annealed before they can be bent to shape. You will still need a set of thimbles as well.
These patterns have been taken from original parts that have been excavated at an armory site here in Virginia that was active during the Revolutionary War.