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    FULL STOCK FLINTLOCK RELIEF CARVED PENNSYLVANIA-STYLE RIFLE. With 42" barrel, 57 ½ " long overall. The gun appears to have been made in the last quarter of the 18th century. The lock is marked "M-M-Maslin Warranted". The rear 13" section of the barrel is octagonal with the balance round. All brass mounted, including the 4 brass barrel keys. Engraved lockplate, sideplate, buttplate, and rear sight. No patchbox.

    CONDITION: Stock has been sanded and refinished. A 6¾" section of wood has been replaced at the muzzle. Two large gouges on right buttstock. Some wood repairs at lock area and a nicely repaired crack at wrist. Brown patina on iron parts, with pitting at breech. Light mustard patina on brass parts. The rear tang screw is a replacement. Action functions. Possibly a well-done reconversion.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2007
    1st Saturday
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