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    Half-Stock Percussion Rifle with Remington Marked Barrel. Unserialized, .44 caliber, 32 1/2-inch half round half octagonal barrel with dovetailed brass blade front and adjustable rear sights. Top barrel flat stamped: WICKER & HAGADORN / YPSILANTI. Breech is marked: REMINGTON. Lightly decorated lock otherwise unmarked. Brass triggerguard, patchbox and curved buttplate. Fine grained hardwood stock with cheekpiece. Pewter fore-end cap. Hardwood ramrod retained by iron pipes. Condition: Fair to good. Barrel with a smooth, slightly mottled dark brown patina with scattered patches of fine pitting which is heavier at the breech. Repair to front ramrod pipe. Repaired crack to fore-arm. Triggerguard tail piece a possible replacement. Crack to buttstock between patchbox and buttplate. Action crisp. Nipple a replacement.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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