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Tn poorboy, brass mounted with honey brown stain.
Barrel is a Rice transition barrel, radius groove, swamped with counter bored muzzle .32 x 38". Lock is a Chambers late Ketland.

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She's a purty one.....


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Hanshi,
Beautiful rifle there sir, and one to most definitely be proud of!
Best always.
Walk
 
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Hanshi that's a really fine rifle gun you have their, oddly enough I am currently working on a rebuild of a squirrel rifle and it too will have a .32 cal. x 38in barrel.
and is based on a southern rifle, am using an old barrel I`ve had laying around for years,hopefully it will turn out to be a decent looking gun.
 
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Firelock48, I'm sure you will be more than pleased with the finished product. I'll really like to see the finished product.


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hey Hanshi... that's a fine lookin' firestick! BTW, what part of Virginia are you in? I'm a bit west of Roanoke up in the NRV


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Mountain Ranger, I'm in Charlottesville and I shoot at the Rivanna rifle/pistol club nearby.


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I know the area... grew up in Culpeper. My club closed this past fall. I shoot when it's warm IWLA where I'm a member and am hoping to affiliate with Wilderness Road Muzzleloaders in the Wytheville area.


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I have a problem with roque grey squirells here on the Lake...any time you need to fine tune the fine looking firearm, you are more than welcome......Gary


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Hey, guys! Come on; let's help vthunter out with those "Ronin" squirrels.


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Wrong side of the Continent.....Darn it!


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That's a nice looking gun.
 
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Booshway
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Nice squirrel getter


Nothing beats the feel of a handmade southern iron mounted flintlock on a crisp frosty morning
 
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That looks like a fine rifle
 
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Booshway
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Beautiful rifle gun you have there
 
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Sweet rifle!


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Beautiful rifle. The more I see of the Tennessee style the more I like them.
 
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That's the way they grew on me; just got to where I really liked them. Never cared for them before that.


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Who was it that said ,"Only accurate rifles are interesting"?From what I've read,those Southern-type muzzle-stuffers were hella accurate.....


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The little bores can be persnickety but they can also reward you with incredible accuracy.


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