Early, Relief Carved Kentucky Rifle, Wolfgang Haga
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Item 670048361
Location Grosse Pointe, MI 48236
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The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

This is a spectacular Reading rifle in the black. You could call it "attic condition" or a "barn find" because it literally came out of a farm in Amish country, Indiana, just a few years ago. It is untouched, except for gluing a small crack in the forestock near the muzzle to prevent any damage or loss. In my opinion, it has the best style relief carving on these guns attributed to Wolfgang Haga. Elegantly relief carved behind and in front of the cheekpiece and behind and around the tang, also. Silver star cheekpiece inlay, thick beveled sideplate, wide triggerguard. Incise forestock moulding. Flintlock converted to percussion, of course. Barrel is 41 5/8" long with a big smoothbore. Wonderful patchbox with a toeplate finial to match! Thin, but long sliver of wood missing at top of forestock near muzzle. I have sold and shipped many antique Pennsylvania and Kentucky longrifles successfully over the years. Shipping and insurance to the lower 48 is included in the sale price, but you'll have to return my hard case at your cost (about $35). Alternatively, you can ship me your hard case first and I will use it to ship the gun. Keep in mind that the case must be at least 62" long to safely accommodate this rifle. My descriptions are accurate and I include many detailed photos. Feel free to ask for additional info/photos. I can send you photos with much better resolution by email so you can really see the features. Finally, please see my positive feedback here and on ebay under the same username where I sell other antiques, including cars. Checks must clear before I ship. Please keep in mind that since this is an antique muzzleloader, you do NOT need an FFL for me to ship it to you. PLEASE NOTE: I do not recommend firing the antique guns that I sell. If you decide to do so, you do it at your own risk! This includes working the actions (locks, hammers, triggers, etc.) Old guns (pre-1899) have old parts, including old springs and other internals (we are talking about 150+ years old, on average!). These parts can and do break. You are not buying a new gun; this is an antique/collectible and it is catagorized as such on gunbroker for that reason. Thanks. John
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