Lightening Painted Trade Gun

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The paint design for this trade gun came from the painting by Benjamin West titled

'The Death of General Wolfe'.


For more info on the painting, click here.


This gun is a typical English style from the mid 18th century. The brass mounts were all copied from original pieces. The barrel is by Rice and is 48" long, octagon to round, and can be cut to any length if you want a shorter barrel. The lock is by Davis. It is correctly marked with 'London' on the top of the barrel and View, Proof and barrel maker's stamps on the side flat.


Weight is 7 lbs. with the 48" barrel and the length of pull is 13 ".


Available in 20, or 24 gauge smoothbore.

Barrel lengths available: 36" to 48".