T. Davidson & Co. MFG: c.1850 Antique, Cal. .36, S/N: none, Ham...
Item # 4291
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T. Davidson & Co. MFG: c.1850 Antique, Cal. .36, S/N: none, Hammer percussion rifle, 37'' barrel. This is a half-stock single rifle is a black-powder muzzle-loader in 36 cal. considered rare. Consigner indicates these rifles were used by Confederate troops during the Civil War. The metal surfaces are fully pitted with some sort of protective applied brown finish. The original half length stock is very good, with a couple of chips behind the rear of barrel & several small nicks & dings. The stock carries an ornate brass trigger guard housing set triggers & a two piece brass buttplate with the bottom of the buttstock comb carrying the second small bar. It has likely been sanded & refinished a long time ago. It carries a ramrod in loops under the barrel. It has original fixed front & rear sights. Bore is good with pitting. The hammer will not lock back into the cocked position & it is missing the percussion cap nipple. No FFL Req. - Value: 200 to 600



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Item # 4291
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