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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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Remington Hepburn single shot target rifle, late 19th century. - CZ 83 Custom Grips http://www.rgrips.com/en/cz-8283-grips/107-cz-82-83-grips.html

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The Mosin–Nagant (Russian: Винтовка Мосина, ISO 9: Vintovka Mosina) is a bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle invented under the government commission by Russian and Belgian inventors, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations.

COLARD DOUBLE-ACTION PINFIRE REVOLVER: Belgian Charles T. Colard crafted a fine double-action pinfire piece in this revolver, which carries out an incredible baroque theme of embellishment. Few other firearms have a barrel that begins as hexagonal, changes to round profile, and then goes to hexagonal configuration again, only to shift to a series of ringed sections at the muzzle. Unusual multi-colored gold inlays are scattered over the blued and case-colored surfaces of this revolver as…

MK18/CQBR inspired build with a Centurion Arms rail and upper, Eotech 553, PEQ15, SureFire X400, and Magpul PMAG. By Stickman.

The Hawken Flintlock rifle was a black powder muzzleloading rifle built by the Hawken brothers, and used by the Fur Trade Mountain Men on the prairies and in the Rocky Mountains of the United States & at Rendezvous during the 1820's to 1850's. It has become synonymous with the "plains rifle", the buffalo gun, and the fur trapper's gun. Developed in the 1820s, it was eventually displaced by breechloaders (such as the Sharps rifle) and lever-action rifles which flourished after the Civil War.