Thompson Center Arms Omega Black Powder Rifle .50 Cal 28". This muzzle-loader black powder rifle features a simple 'sealed pivoting breech' lever action design & is capable of handling 150 grains of Black Powder or Pyrodex equivalent, or three 50 grain Pyrodex pellets. It has a stainless steel frame and a composite stock. Includes Nikon Bushmaster scope. .50 Cal, 28" barrel. $148.99
JOHN BORDER PERCUSSION RIFLE: Made in Bedford, Pennsylvania, this full-stocked rifle is signed “J.B” on both the barrel and the lockplate. Border is known to have produced similar percussion rifles in Bedford from 1850 to 1861. This gun also features a patchbox, which is a compartment to hold pre-greased patches needed for muzzleloading arms.
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.
Thompson Center Arms Encore Black Powder Rifle .50 Cal 26". This single shot, break open rifle is outfitted with a muzzle-loader black powder configuration, however this model from Thompson Center Arms supports interchangeable barrels allowing for rimfire, centerfire, shotgun calibers to also be used. Barrel is stamped '209x50 Magnum'. Blued steel, walnut stock. Sights have been removed & replaced with a Bushnell Banner scope. 26" barrel. Missing ramrod. $379.99