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I have one that I bought new in 1974. It is .45 caliber and is in very good condition. I just have it hanging over my fireplace, shot maybe 50 times, barrel is perfect as well as all brass. Have the powder measure, several spare nipples that will go with the gun. Need to find out if it needs to be shipped to ffl or not. I'll sell for $300 including shipping. I will disassemble for shipping, do not have the original box.I can take pics with my cell phone they come out pretty good and e-mail them to you. Regards Manny
 

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Thompson Center High Plains Sporter, .50 cal., 24 inch round barrel with adjustable rear sight, wood stock with recol pad,comes with 23, 385 grain Buffalo Bullet Co. conicals, 25+ 270 grain Buffalo Bullet Co. Maxi Ball-et, 50+ Hornady lead balls, prelubed ball patches, extra wedge pin, capper,3 speed loaders, new Kadooty Rod,and 1/2 bottle of TC No. 13 Bore Cleaner. There is also 1/2 pound of Pyrodex and a few Remington No. 11 caps. These will not be shipped, but are included in a FTF transaction. $200 including shipping, CONUS only.

Stock has minor dings. The worst one is shown in one of the pictures. There is discoloration of the under barrel ramrod holder. Bore is fine. There is no rust. 200 +/- shots fired. Additional pictures to follow.

 

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I had a 58 BigBoar...I sold it in a moment of stupidity..it was so cool...I do still have 2 of the 45 Seneca model TC muzzleloaders...one for hunting and the other has a Lyman globe style target front site and vernier ladder style tang site for long range iron ram shooting...its much slimmer than the hawken
 
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