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    Model 1833 Hall U.S. Breech-Loading .52 Caliber Percussion Carbine 23" round barrel generally smooth and dark with a few scattered areas of light pitting, other iron components with a mix of original browning and small areas of scattered light pitting. The breech block mostly smooth with some pitting around the nipple. Ramrod bayonet is smooth and dark with working catch. Latch for iron implement compartment is 'sticky' and will not latch. Federal inspector cartouches on the stock are clear. Stock is in very good condition just showing some scattered minor dents . Historically important as the earliest percussion weapon adopted by the U.S. ( or any other ) government. Fine example of this scarce and desirable primary US carbine.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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