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    Lot of Two Reproduction Fullstock Flintlock and Percussion Rifles. Comprising: 1) Unmarked custom reproduction fullstock flintlock rifle. .52 caliber, 42-inch unmarked octagonal barrel with blade type front sight and open rear sight. Brown finish. Unmarked lock mechanism. Steel furniture. Varnished walnut stock. A beautiful contemporary generic fullstock flintlock plains rifle. 2) Hatfield Reproduction Fullstock Percussion Rifle. .45 caliber, 39-inch octagonal barrel marked Hatfield with dovetailed front and rear sights. Brown finish. Case-hardened hammer and lock mechanism. Tiger maple stock with brass furniture. Condition: Both are excellent with light handling wear present. Wood excellent. Actions crisp.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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