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Old March 26, 2012, 06:31 AM   #12
Mike Irwin
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Location: Northern Virginia
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As Jim notes, not many of the flintlock musekts surirve from this era. Most that did were converted to percussion guns, either in the lead up to the Civil War or when they were surplussed out to companies after the Civil War and were offered for sale as cheap subsistence hunting guns.
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