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Old October 26, 2020, 03:27 PM   #6
GaryED50
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Join Date: September 19, 2012
Location: Canton Georgia
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Originally Posted by Pahoo View Post
You are in line for a "rifled-Musket" which had a tremendous influence in the Civil-War. So, for that reason, I would go with as rifled, percussion. last month, I sold two original rifled-muskets that looked like they had been through a war;

If your pocket-book can take the hit, look at the Pedersoli replicas. .....

Be Safe !!!
Trust me I'd be buying a replica for sure. There's a lot to consider though. I started in black powder and had a 50 cal Hawken rifle before I quit for modern arms. KInda looking at the replica of the 1861 Springfiled. Dixie gun works has it in rifled or smooth bore

Gary
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