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    Fullstock Percussion Rifle with James Golcher Lock. NVSN, Approximately .40 caliber, 42-inch octagonal barrel with front and rear sight. Plum brown finish to barrel. Ornate punch dot pattern on top of barrel. Lockplate marked: JAs GOLCHER / PHILADA. Lockplate also with light engraving and game scene. Gun was converted from Flintlock. Set trigger. Walnut stock with brass furniture. Ramrod present. Overall length 56 1/2-inches. Condition: Good. Some finish remains. Gun appears to have a lacquer application to it. Still present on barrel, lockplate and brass fittings. Moderate pitting present, mostly to barrel. Numerous dents and scratches throughout. A few stress cracks present. Action needs adjustment. Bore dark.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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