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Pennsylvania long rifle replica

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by andy_cc, Jul 12, 2009.

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  1. andy_cc

    andy_cc Member

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    Hello all,

    Im afraid I need your collective help once again....


    I need to source a good metal and wood replica, preferably from a UK seller, for display purposes of a pennsylvania long rifle.

    I have found many websites that sell them, however every site only sells the shorter barreled plains version.....I am seeking one with a barrel length of about 40 inches, so overall length would be somewhere around 55 inches (140cm)


    Does anyone know of anywhere I can find these at all, (as I said preferably a UK seller, as our gun laws are somewhat tight, and Id prefer not to import one if possible.)

    Thanks all,

    Andrew
     
  2. arcticap

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    Henry Krank sells the Ardesa Pennsylvania Rifle which has a barrel that's 40.25" long in the Traditions .50 version that's sold here in the U.S..
    It's listed on the page below as model 1148P.
    Are you looking for a model capable of shooting or a non-firing one? Percussion or flint?

    http://www.henrykrank.com/muzzle_loading_pistols_long_guns.html

    http://www.traditionsfirearms.com/e...leloaders:+Classic+Muzzleloaders+(Side+Locks)

    Krank also sells inert long guns but I don't see a Pennsylvania Long Rifle listed:

    http://www.henrykrank.com/inert_guns.html
     
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  3. andy_cc

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    Flintlock for sure, and a simple non firing replica is fine... ideally id love an original, but Ill wait until I find one for a good price. Thanks for those links, Ill have to update my FAC if I want the firing ones, but its an option....
     
  4. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    Try a Jim Chambers kit. Replace the breechplug with a homemade one. You want it drilled all the way through so you can put a lampcord into your new lamp.
     
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