This pre-owned longrifle is patterned after a Herman Rupp of Lehigh Valley from the 1793 time period. .50 Caliber 44” rifled octagon and swamped Rice barrell Length of pull: 13 7/8” Cast off: 3/16” Drop: 3” Price (Reduced): $8,500
This Bucks County rifle is patterned after a John Schuler, from the 1800-1805 time period .40 Caliber 38” early Getz, rifled octagon, and swamped barrel Length of pull: 13 ¼” Cast off: 0 Drop: 3 1/8” Price: $4,500
1770-1780 Early Lancaster style rifle patterned after early makers Jacob Dickertt and Valentine Fondersmith.
Born in 1750, Jacob Ferree was the nephew of gunsmith, Joel Ferree. Jacob moved to Allegheny County in western Pennsylvania in 1784.
This is an example of a Lehigh Co, Pennsylvania flintlock rifle in the style of John Moll and Herman Rupp from the 1790-1795 time period.
Andreas Albrecht was a German Moravian gunmaker who migrated to America in 1750.
This left-handed rifle is patterned after the work of Jacob Dickert circa 1770-1775.
This example is patterned after an early rifle of William Antes, circa 1770-1780.
J.P. Beck worked as a gunsmith from the late 1760's to 1811 in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.
Tim Williams takes a break in his shop where he is building a .58 caliber flintlock rifle. (Photo by Jeff McCoy) The Eastern Panhandle was the edge of the frontier in the 1700s. Men from the area joined up with a young officer named George Washington and started the march into history in [...]