English Trade Gun circa
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This trade gun is a
style imported from England from the second quarter of the 18th
century to early 19th century. It was designed from original parts found in southeast
America and period documents. Typical features include sheet brass hardware nailed on instead
of using screws. No entry thimble or nosecap. This gun has a 42"
octagon-round barrel, plain maple stock and a Davis lock. Walnut stock
is available at extra cost. Pull is 13½" and
weight is about 7½ lbs with a 42"
Available in 20,
or 24 gauge smoothbore or .54 or 58 rifled barrel.
available: 36" or 42".
Add $150 for
$2850 stained and finished
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me to discuss building one for you.