American Kentucky style percussion plains rifle early 19th century
NVSN; 35 1/2" heavy octagonal barrel, double set triggers, tiger maple half stock and pewter forearm cap, brass buttplate, oak ramrod; converted from flintlock to percussion.
overall L52"

Provenance: Bluffton, South Carolina private collection.

  • Possibly Southern made; originally flintlock, converted to percussion. Old brass repair on forearm, pewter forearm tip. Small slivers of wood missing from foreare, crack through wrist. Set triggers, strong spring, sear notches worn. Overall condition "about good".

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December 4, 2009 2:00 PM EST
West Columbia, SC, US

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