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F/S Golden Age custom muzzleloader

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by MTLongshot, Sep 22, 2012.

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  1. MTLongshot

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    Hand Built Custom 45cal. muzzleloader. Built by a man in Missoula, Mt. I foget his name. It is a half stock with the look of a Hawken or Vincent of their day. 32" Douglas barrel, 7/8" octagon brown/antique finished, percussion lock, 49" overall length, 14" LOP, extra curly curly maple stock with grease well (small round indent in stock for patch grease can be seen at right rear just ahead of butt plate). Double set trigger, Buck horn sight, Short and easy to carry and hold, deadly accurate, shot less than 200rds, good condition, possible bag with all the trimmings, spare fiberglass ram rod, custom built canvas case with leather trim, $995.00 post paid in hard case. Ph. 509-999-0649, <bowhuntingredneck@yahoo.com>

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    Odd combinations in this gun. Stock contour looks like Traditions or CVA Kentucky kit gun and the lock is definitely the Spanish one found on those guns. Tang screw and clean out screw appear to be damaged. Was the gun originally built with a different lock? Inletting, except for lock, looks good but odd that someone would use low end parts for that much work.
     
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