Late flint period

(Available in percussion as well)

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This rifle is common to what was coming out of the western parts of Penn. and Va. circa 1820. It has the later waterproof type lock, no patchbox and incised carving. The double set triggers were becoming more common by this time and barrels were parallel sided as opposed to the earlier tapered and flared style.





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