Flintlock Pennsylvania Long Rifle 50 caliber 42" fashioned after N.C. rifle maker school
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Category: Muzzleloading Rifles - Modern & Replica Flint - Antique Rifles - 1500-1850
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Seller: Virginia Gun
Member Since: 3/18/15
First Name: Donald
Last Name: Allman
State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Phone: (703) 346-4298
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Cashiers Check
A 1750 era full stock raised carving long rifle
Rifled - 50 cal 42" by Getz-target barrel.
Siler slimline lock single trigger. This is a made to shoot as a target rifle and is very accurate -beautiful reproduction during the golden age of longrifles. Similar pieces has sold for $4,000+ I will sell mine for less.
Custom made by a skilled woodworker with raised carving 12+ inlays.
This is a copy of a J BECK of Pennsylvania and signed the way he signed on top of barrel. I made a mistake in the title this is not a North Carolina rifle rather a well know and famous Pennsylvania rifle maker of the 18th Century.
An excellent shooting copy of the Pennsylvania/Kentucky long rifles of the 1750's "Golden Age of Kentucky" rilfle making in 50 caliber
Rifle is in Mint condition. Will consider trades for modern guns.
Manufacturer: Hand made 30 years+ ago
Bore Condition: perfect-1X48
Manufacture Date: 1980