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Pennsylvania
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

Without a doubt, this is one of the best reproductions of the American Rifle used by Pennsylvania hunters! This extra long rifle features an extra long 41-5/8 inch octagon barrel. The stock is oil finished, European walnut. Features include double set, double phased triggers. The rear sight is vertically adjustable. The lock is case colored, while most of the fittings are brass. Weight: 7.72 - 8.38 lbs.
S270-32   .32 caliber percussion $835.00 (Special Order Only)
S270-45   .45 caliber percussion $835.00
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S275-32   .32 caliber flintlock $880.00 (Special Order Only)
S275-45   .45 caliber flintlock  $880.00
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Pennsylvania Dixie
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

Once again our company, always attuned the needs of the muzzle loading shooting public makes a full stocked traditional styled rifle. This gun falls into the category between the tool and the ornamental work of art of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It is provided with double set trigger and ramp rear sight adjustable for elevation. Barrel length 41 5/8". Weight: 7.72 - 8.38 lbs.
S271-32   .32 caliber percussion $950.00 (Special Order Only)
S271-45   .45 caliber percussion $950.00 (Special Order Only)
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S276-32   .32 caliber flintlock $998.00 (Special Order Only)
S276-45   .45 caliber flintlock $998.00 (Special Order Only)
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Pennsylvania Scout
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

Carbine version of the Pennsylvania rifle, thanks to its easy handling, it was mostly used by the famous Scout, that led the pioneers’ caravans through the Western territories. It is provided with double set trigger, and ramp rear sight adjustable for elevation. Barrel length 28 3/8". Weight: 5.15 - 6.61 lbs.
S223-32   .32 caliber percussion $685.00 (Special Order Only)
S223-45   .45 caliber percussion $685.00 (Special Order Only)
S223-50   .50 caliber percussion $685.00 (Special Order Only)
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S222-32   .32 caliber flintlock (not shown) $735.00 (Special Order Only)
S222-45   .45 caliber flintlock (not shown) $735.00 (Special Order Only)
S222-50   .50 caliber flintlock (not shown) $735.00 (Special Order Only)
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Kentucky
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

The Kentucky rifle evolved from the German hunting weapons a was a major rival of the Brown Bess. Due to it's light weight, it became one of the most popular American rifles. The 35 9/16" rifled barrel is blue finished. The walnut stock is oil finished and it features a very handsome inlaid patchbox. Almost all of the furniture is brass. The lock and hammer are case colored steel. Weight: 7.28 - 7.94 lbs.
S213-45   .45 caliber percussion
$655.00 (Special Order Only)
S213-50   .50 caliber percussion 
$655.00 (Special Order Only)
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S210-45   .45 caliber flintlock (not pictured) $695.00
S210-50   .50 caliber flintlock
(not pictured) $695.00
(call for shipping and handling)

Frontier Standard
Caliber Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

Our replica, stocked with European walnut, faithfully reproduces the original rifle produced during the golden age (1760-1840) of the American long rifle. Renowned for it's accuracy at any range, the Frontier rifle reveals meticulous inletting of all metal parts to the stock and skilled hand finishing. The octagon barrel is 39 inches in length with a browned finish. The brass parts are deeply polished with the lock and fittings being case colored. The rifle comes with adjustable double set triggers. Weight: 6.83 - 7.94 lbs.
S267-32   .32 caliber percussion (not pictured)
$725.00 (Special Order Only)
S267-36   .36 caliber percussion (not pictured) $725.00 (Special Order Only)
S267-45   .45 caliber percussion (not pictured) $725.00 (Special Order Only)
S267-50   .50 caliber percussion (not pictured)  $725.00 (Special Order Only)
S267-54   .54 caliber percussion (not pictured) $725.00 (Special Order Only)
 (call for shipping and handling)

S266-32   .32 caliber flintlock $775.00 (Special Order Only)
S266-36   .36 caliber flintlock $775.00 (Special Order Only)
S266-45   .45 caliber flintlock $775.00 (Special Order Only)
S266-50   .50 caliber flintlock $775.00 (Special Order Only)
S266-54   .54 caliber flintlock $775.00 (Special Order Only)
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Frontier Maple
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

Our replica, stocked with select American tiger striped maple, faithfully reproduces the original rifle produced during the golden age (1760-1840) of the American long rifle. Renowned for it's accuracy at any range, the Frontier rifle reveals meticulous inletting of all metal parts to the stock and skilled hand finishing. The octagon barrel is 39 inches in length with a browned finish. The brass parts are deeply polished with the lock and fittings being case colored. The rifle comes with adjustable double set triggers. Weight: 6.83 - 7.94 lbs.
S269-45  .45 caliber percussion (discontinued) $1,175.00 (While Supplies Last)
S269-50   .50 caliber percussion (discontinued) $1,175.00 (While Supplies Last)
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S268-45   .45 caliber flintlock (not pictured) (discontinued) $1,205.00 (While Supplies Last)
S268-50   .50 caliber flintlock (not pictured) (discontinued) $1,205.00 (While Supplies Last)
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Frontier Deluxe Maple
Percussion or Flintlock Rifle

The deluxe Frontier has the same basic specifications and dimensions as the Standard model, except that it features an elaborate and brightly polished brass patchbox. This detail helps to make this an even better looking rifle. Weight: 6.83 - 7.94 lbs.
L269-32   .32 caliber percussion
(not pictured) $1,400.00 (Special Order Only)
L269-36   .36 caliber percussion
(not pictured) $1,400.00 (Special Order Only)
L269-45   .45 caliber percussion (not pictured) $1,400.00
L269-50   .50 caliber percussion (not pictured) $1,400.00
L269-54   .54 caliber percussion (not pictured) $1,400.00 (Special Order Only)
(call for shipping and handling)

L268-32   .32 caliber flintlock $1,445.00 (Special Order Only)
L268-36  .36 caliber flintlock $1,445.00 (Special Order Only)
L268-45   .45 caliber flintlock  $1,445.00
L268-50  .50 caliber flintlock  $1,445.00
L268-54  .54 caliber flintlock $1,445.00 (Special Order Only)
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Missouri River Hawken
 .50 Caliber Percussion Rifle with Walnut Stock

The popularity obtained by the Rocky Mountain Hawken rifle and the suggestions from several target shooters and hunters contributed to our adding a new caliber, twist and barrel length. Available with maple and walnut stock. The barrel features an octagonal cross-section, rust brown color finish, and a case hardened color lock. It is equipped with double set trigger. Perfect for hunting and target shooting. Barrel length is 30", Weight is 9.48 lbs.
S206-45  .45 caliber percussion
$1,085.00 (Special Order Only) 
S206-50  .50 caliber percussion 
$1,085.00
(call for shipping and handling)

Missouri River Hawken
 .50 Caliber Percussion Rifle with Maple Stock

The popularity obtained by the Rocky Mountain Hawken rifle and the suggestions from several target shooters and hunters contributed to our adding a new caliber, twist and barrel length. Available with maple and walnut stock. The barrel features an octagonal cross-section, rust brown color finish, and a case hardened color lock. It is equipped with double set trigger. Perfect for hunting and target shooting. Barrel length is 30", Weight is 9.48 lbs.
S208-45  .45 caliber percussion 
$1,280.00 (Special Order Only)
S208-50  .50 caliber percussion 
$1,280.00
(call for shipping and handling)

Rocky Mountain Hawken
 .54 Caliber Percussion Rifle with Walnut Stock

The Hawken is a symbol of the period that saw the passage from the long and heavy small caliber Pennsylvania rifles to more practical and powerful Plains rifles, and the definite abandoning of the flintlock for the far more modern percussion system. The strong barrel and the larger caliber (rarely smaller than .50), enabled hits on any target with surprising accuracy as well as a powerful amount of energy. This rifle soon became the inseparable friend of the lonely Mountain men, and the most famous explorers in the new territories of the American continent. The success of this gun has to be attributed to Jacob and Samuel Hawken, brothers, who starting from about 1840, produced the gun in their gunsmith shop in Saint Louis, Missouri. 7 groove barrel obtained by broaching, rust brown color finish and steel metal parts. Barrel length is 32 5/16", Weight is 9.7 lbs.
S283-54  .54 caliber percussion
$1,085.00
(call for shipping and handling)

Rocky Mountain Hawken
 .54 Caliber Percussion Rifle with Maple Stock

The Hawken is a symbol of the period that saw the passage from the long and heavy small caliber Pennsylvania rifles to more practical and powerful Plains rifles, and the definite abandoning of the flintlock for the far more modern percussion system. The strong barrel and the larger caliber (rarely smaller than .50), enabled hits on any target with surprising accuracy as well as a powerful amount of energy. This rifle soon became the inseparable friend of the lonely Mountain men, and the most famous explorers in the new territories of the American continent. The success of this gun has to be attributed to Jacob and Samuel Hawken, brothers, who starting from about 1840, produced the gun in their gunsmith shop in Saint Louis, Missouri. 7 groove barrel obtained by broaching, rust brown color finish and steel metal parts. Barrel length is 32 5/16", Weight is 9.7 lbs.
S295-54  .54 caliber percussion
$1,280.00
(call for shipping and handling)

Ussaro mod. 1786
 .69 Caliber Flintlock

Known also as Light Cavalry Musket, it reproduces one of the French most famous musket, long for the collectors. The lock has the Saint Etienne Arsenal marks and is made on the traditional AN IX system, but with smaller dimension compared to those of the pistol and the infantry musket. Can be employed in the re-enactment events and, for its easy handling, to be used for the target shooting. Barrel length is 27 9/16", Weight is 6.83 lbs.
S204-69  .69 caliber flintlock
(Special Order Only)
$1,075.00
(call for shipping and handling)

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1763 Léger (1766) Charleville
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

In 1763 France adopted a new model infantry weapon, much stronger than the previous models, to answer the accelerated fighting during the War of the Seven Years which ended that same year. The new musket however appeared soon to be too heavy and after only three years it was replaced by its modified version, known as the Model 1766, projected by M. de Montbeillard, Inspector of Saint Etienne Manufacture. The new model appeared to be very strong and reliable in spite of being remarkably lightened. More than 150,000 Model 1766 muskets were manufactured until 1770, when it was replaced by the Model 1770/71. When America declared independence a few short years later, France had large stores of the retired 1766 muskets with which to supply the American Army. This musket is produced in .69 caliber, with a walnut stock. Weight: 9.47 lbs.
S255-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,370.00
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1777 Revolutionnaire
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

Representing the infantry gun during the French Revolution, it is the result of the modifications made to various muskets produced since 1765, with all the interchangeable parts from one gun to the other. The peculiar features of this musket put into evidence the middle band and the front band fixed with screws and the angular frizzen profile. All the metal parts are made of steel, except the pan made of brass; the walnut stock is oil finish. Barrel length 44 7/8". Weight: 10.14 lbs.
S256-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,325.00 (Special Order Only)
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1777 Corrige An IX
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

Faithful reproduction of the famous French flintlock musket, modified and adopted on the 9th year of the French Revolution. Basic gun for the Napoleon army, it is quite similar to its predecessor the 1777 Model, the differences are in the frizzen shape and in the bands’ springs. All the metal parts are made of steel, except for the pan that is made of brass: the walnut stock is oil finish. Barrel length 44 7/8". Weight: 10.14 lbs.
S258-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,325.00 (Special Order Only)
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1777 Austrian
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

On 1792 Austria was involved in the Wars of Revolution and of the Empire; the War Ministry in Vienna had to face a new way to fight the Revolution corps, based on the need to quickly move the troops and on new infantry tactics. The belief was that the reason for the French victories was due to their Model 1777 musket, so at the end of the First Italian Campaign, a commission was charged to adopt new guns for the Austrian army. On the 26th of July 1798 came the new model, that even if inspired by the French model, has other typical Austrian features, like the voluminous front band, the ramrod with a new profile and the long bayonet with four edges. The musket Model 1798 is a well made gun, very strong and for some points it is better than its French progenitor. The stock is made of walnut, steel metal furniture , except the bands, the trigger guard and the pan that are made of brass. Barrel length 44 5/16". Weight: 9.92 lbs.
S263-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,495.00 (Special Order Only)
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An IX Dragoons
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

The Dragoons, special infantry corps in the 1600s that rode horses, but fought like the Infantry corps, and by the end of the 1700s they had become a regular cavalry force equipped with carbines. They were very similar, for model and caliber to the infantry muskets, but lighter and shorter, with brass furniture to avoid oxidation due to horse’s sweat, the double iron bands to stand the traction of the belt when the gun was shouldered trot riding a horse. Our reproduction copies all the original features of the musket. The stock is made of walnut. Barrel length 40 1/2". Weight: 9.7 lbs.
S292-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,450.00 (Special Order Only)
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Brown Bess
.75 Caliber Flintlock Musket

The Brown Bess was the principal weapon used by English troops during the colonization of Indian and American territories. The smooth bore, 41 15/61 inch round barrel is made of polished steel. The buttplate, trigger guard assembly, ramrod ferrels and forend cap are highly polished brass. The lock and hammer are made of finely polished steel. The wood is European walnut with an oil finish. Weight: 8.82 lbs.
S260-75   .75 caliber flintlock
$1,270.00
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Brown Bess Carbine
.75 Caliber Flintlock

Between 1756 and 1813 the English “Board of Ordnance” required the production of shorter versions of the regular infantry musket. The barrel’s lengths varied from 26” to 37”, equipping the corps of the dragoons, the grenadiers, the Royal Horse-Guards and the Artillery, as well as some volunteers corps. Our reproduced carbine is inspired by this series and keeps the same features of the Brown Bess, like the walnut stock oil finish and the satin finish of the barrel. Barrel length 30 1/2". Weight: 7.94 lbs.
S262-75   .75 caliber flintlock
$1,240.00 (Special Order Only)
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1795 Springfield
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

Inspired by the Charleville Mod.1763 musket, it was the first military gun produced in the arsenal of Springfield, Massachusetts. The War Ministry secretary, Timothy Pickering, suggested the French musket to start production with, such to use some of the parts stocked in the Springfield’s warehouses since 1794 assigned as deposits and gunsmithing for the guns repairs. The Model 1795 was produced in about 85,000 units until 1814. Our reproduction faithfully copy an original manufactured between 1799 and 1802; all the furniture are made of steel and the stock is made of walnut. Barrel length 44 3/4". Weight: 10.14 lbs.
S298-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,435.00
(call for shipping and handling)

1809 Prussian
.75 Caliber Flintlock

Takes its origins from the famous 1777 musket, differing from this only in some minor details. This musket faithfully reproduces the original model made in Potsdam. The barrel is of polished steel and all metal parts are of brass. The European walnut stock is oil finished. The polished steel lock, recalls the 1777 model, and is inscribed “Potsdam”. Barrel length 41 1/8". Weight: 8.82 lbs.
S261-75   .75 caliber flintlock
$1,415.00 (Special Order Only)
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1816 Harper's Ferry
.69 Caliber Flintlock Musket

The Model 1816 Musket was originally produced at Harper's Ferry Arsenal and the Springfield Armory Arsenal. They were produced between 1816 and 1844 copying the design of the 1777 French Muskets. All metal parts are of highly polished steel. The wood is American walnut and has an oil finish. The barrel is 41 15/16" long. This is a very fine quality rifle. Weight: 9.92 lbs.
S274-69   .69 caliber flintlock
$1,385.00
(call for shipping and handling)

1816 Harper's Ferry Colt Conversion
.69 Caliber Percussion Musket

Between 1848 and 1860 in the Springfield and Harper's Ferry's arsenals about 700,000 Model 1816 muskets were converted to percussion lock type. Our replica reproduces the conversion according to the system Samuel Colt made from 1855 to 1858 on many thousands of the muskets purchased from the US Army stockpile held in New York. The Colt conversion used the original touch hole to screw in the drum (equipped with a transverse plug screw for cleaning) and replaced the hammer with one of unique design. A quantity of about 23,500 of these muskets, with rifled barrels, was shipped to Messina in August 1860 to be distributed to the “1000 followers of Garibaldi” during the famous “1000's expedition”, but probably only half had been distributed. Our Model 1816 has satin steel furniture, the lock is marked with HARPER'S FERRY 1816, the American Eagle and U.S. letters. Barrel length 41 15/16" Weight: 9.92 lbs.
S273-69   .69 caliber percussion
$1,350.00 (Special Order Only)
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Enfield 2 Band Pattern 1858 Naval Rifle
.577 Caliber Percussion

Taking into consideration the need to equip with a long gun also other corps or regiments other than the infantry corps, led to the "Short Rifle" models, At the beginning the P1853 was simply shortened, but within a few years the guns' models got adequate to the different military exigencies and it was then introduced the Naval p1858 model. The barrel is kept fit by two steel bands and it is equipped always the straight rear sight with a slider assembled on a base with steps. Except the steel bands, the garnitures are made of brass. The ramrod tip is shaped with the characteristic jag slot. The gun is equipped with two sling swivels, one fit under the front band and the other one fit in front of the trigger guard. The stock is made of walnut. Barrel length 33", Overall length 49". 
S220-58   .577 caliber percussion
$1,040.00
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Enfield 3 Band Pattern 1853 Rifle Musket
.577 Caliber Percussion

It was considered the apex European military gun of that time, introduced by the British War Department after several studies to improve the calibers and the dimensions of the previous models. However, it kept the same general appearance of the earlier pattern 1851. Hundreds of thousands were sold to both sides in the US Civil War. The overwhelming majority of P53 Enfields were made by commercial gun makers in Birmingham and London under contract. The Enfield P1853 features a ladder rear sight with a slider assembled on a base with steps, steel barrel bands and other brass furniture. The ramrod tip is shaped with the characteristic jag slot. The gun is equipped with two sling swivels, one fit under the front band and the other one fit in front of the trigger guard. The barrel is blued and the lock case hardened. The stock is made of walnut. Barrel length 39", Overall length 55".
S221-58   .577 caliber percussion
$1,065.00
(call for shipping and handling)

1857 Wurttembergischen - Mauser
.54 Caliber Percussion Musket

Faithful reproduction of a military rifle, which in the past Century it was manufactured by the Gewehrfabrik in Oberndorf from 1857 to 1866. The infantry Württembergisch “Vereinsgewehr” 1857 model: with percussion lock and rifled barrel 13,9 mm (.547) caliber, was adopted in the States of Württemberg, Baden and Great Axia dukedom. An extremely accurate rifle reproduced to be a contender in the “Minié” 100 meters target shooting specialty. Equipped with a rear sight on a squared high base, adjustable for windage and elevation. It is a rifle which has to be carefully observed to appreciate the details, both technical and aesthetical ones. The barrel is 38 3/16 inches long. Weight: 9.48 lbs.
S290-54   .54 caliber percussion
$1,620.00 (Special Order Only)
(call for shipping and handling)

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1861 Springfield
.58 Caliber Percussion Musket

The 1861 was the standard musket in use during the Civil War and is now a favorite of re-enactors. This is the musket that fired the dreaded minie bullet. Our full stock musket is made of European walnut with an oil finish. All of the metal parts are beautifully polished steel. The barrel is 40 inches in length. The workmanship and accuracy of this musket are truly outstanding. There are many other 1861's on the market, but they do not have the quality of workmanship of this Pedersoli. Weight: 9-3/4 lbs.
S243-58   .58 caliber percussion
$1,100.00
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Gibbs Standard
Percussion

Reproduction of one of the most famous rifles in the field of precision target shooting, made in 1865 by the English gunsmith George Gibbs. A rifle born to satisfy both the aesthetical purists and the shooters who wish to challenge in the 100 meters target shooting and longer ranges. Blue, steel octagon to round barrel. The stock is made in European walnut, checkered, oil finished and completed with a horn butt cap and nose cap. The pistol grip shape enables a comfortable grip and a very good balance. Equipped with high precision Creedmoor sight (USA446), and Front Tunnel Sight (USA457). Barrel length is 35 1/4". Overall length is 52 3/8". Weight: 12.13 lbs.
S225-40   .40 caliber percussion
$1,805.00 (Special Order Only)
S225-45   .45 caliber percussion $1,805.00
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Gibbs Deluxe
Percussion

A fantastic version of the Gibbs rifle with engraving finished by hand, identical to those shown on an original rifle. The lock, breech plug, tang and the trigger guard are engraved with a very fine “English” style pattern. The stock is made with selected European walnut, the grip and the forend have a fine checkering. Equipped with high precision Creedmoor sight (USA446), and Front Tunnel Sight (USA457) Barrel length is 35 1/4". Overall length is 52 3/8". Weight: 12.13 lbs.
L225-40   .40 caliber percussion
$3,498.00 (Special Order Only)
L225-45   .45 caliber percussion $3,498.00 (Special Order Only)
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Gibbs
12 Gauge Percussion

The same elegance of the famous English rifle is featured in this particular light and handy shotgun version, octagon to round barrel. The lock has a case hardened colour finish, the pistol grip stock is made of walnut. The grip cap and the forend cap have ebony inserts. Perfect gun for clay pigeon target shooting and hunting. Barrel length is 30 11/16". Overall length is 47 5/8". Weight: 8.38 lbs.
S230-12   12 gauge percussion
$1,425.00 (Special Order Only)
(call for shipping and handling)

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