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    William Muir & Co. Model 1861 Percussion Musket. Approximately .60 caliber, 40-inch barrel with fixed front sight and rear folding sight. Lock marked: W. MUIR & CO. / WINDSOR LOCKS, CT. and dated 1863. Faint proof marks to left side of barrel. Walnut full-stock with three barrel bands, sling swivels and A.D. Laidley leather shoulder sling. Ramrod. US marked metal buttplate. Quantity of 30,000 made between 1863-1864. Condition: Very good. Finish primarily a smooth gray age patina with scattered wear and pitting. Wood showing noticeable scuffs, dings and bruising. Action crisp. Leather with minimal wear.

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    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
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