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Mo Money Pawn • 1 year ago

Thompson Center Arms Hawkin Black Powder Rifle .50 Cal. These muzzle-loader black powder rifles feature a traditional cap-lock design. Also featuring hooked breech system, adjustable triggers, 28" blued octagonal barrels, & American Walnut stock with brass accents. $250.00

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