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    19th Century European Percussion Target Rifle.
    Approximately .64 caliber, 30 1/2-inch octagonal browned damascus-pattern barrel with target sights. Barrel and breech with [crown]/V proof marks. Engraved lock is marked: STOERMER/GOTTINGEN. Double set triggers. Checkered walnut stock with cheekrest. Trigger guard with pineapple finial. Curved steel butt plate. Sling button at bottom of buttstock. Hardwood ram rod with flared brass tip.

    Condition: Good. Barrel retaining approximately 30-40% of a period re-browning, the balance a dark age patina with scattered spotting, staining and fine to moderate pitting. Stock fair to good with crack about 12-inches from muzzle. Should repair easily. Action functions.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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