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Longarms - Flintlock Muskets
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
Very Interestingly Marked .69 Caliber Flintlock by B. Evans of Philadelphia
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This is a very cool looking gun with an interesting marking. This .69 caliber musket is in the original flintlock configuration. It has a gorgeous untouched attic tone all over. It is constructed in the style of an 1816 or earlier pattern. The barrel is full-length at .42 inches. At the breech of the barrel, it has the vividly clear "US" stamp as well as the "P" & "F" proof markings were it passed quality testing. The lockplate is still in the original flintlock configuration. The mechanics still work crisply on both positions. One thing that is very interesting about this gun is the stamping that is just in front of the hammer. It is marked with a double struck stamp. It is marked by Brooke Evans and you can see some of the Philadelphia location marking. Evans made many quality flintlock firearms but this is not the standard Evans marking. The gun has a beautiful and complete 1-piece walnut wood stock. The wood has a deep rich color all over. On the flat of the stock, opposite of the lockplate, it has the "V" and "GF" inspector markings. Behind the triggerguard, it has the stamped block letter "MH" letters. On the front side of the shoulderstock, it has "J.T.B." beautifully carved into the wood. On the underside of the stock, it has both of the sling swivels and a full-length original ramrod. This is a beautiful and untouched flintlock musket by Brooke Evans of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Item #: B6451
Shipping Weight: 60 lbs
Your Price:$2,350.00 USD
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