Thinking about selling some stuff...

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  1. Phantom Captain

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    Hey all,

    Just wanted to gauge some interest here before posting in the for sale section. I'm seriously thinking about thinning out some stuff and wondered if anyone would be seriously interested.

    Thinking about selling a repro ArmiSport 1842 .69 smoothie, Pedersoli 1816 Harpers Ferry Flintlock .69, and then to top it off I have a Bill Buckley Poor Boy Flinter in .45 that I have posted pics of here in the past.

    Anyone interested?
     
  2. hillbilly matt

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    Have been looking for a smoothie ,what were you thinking on the 1849?
     
  3. Hellgate

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    You might also advertize the smoothie on the N/SSA classifieds.
     
  4. Phantom Captain

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    Here's the flinter. It's a real beauty.

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  5. CANNONMAN

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    I do not have a BP rifle and this looks like a great start. I'll start the bidding at one small cannon! [Hey that's better than the chickens my Wife thought of!] I have no idea what it's worth or the condition it's in. But I trust the folks here to tell me all I'd need to know. I agree that it looks beautiful. Please let me know.
     
  6. Phantom Captain

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    I'm really not looking for trade. This is a .45 caliber flinter made by B. Buckley that my late father traded for or bought back in the late 60s early 70s. Dad used to go down to Friendship way back when and shoot with the old crew that used to hang down there. Hershel House was one of the guys that would shoot and trade and make rifles and I have one of his as well (not for sale). The Buckley I have is a poor boy, very plain compared to some of his later rifles but shoots great and is still a real beauty.

    I can take off the lock and see what it is as I don't remember where it came from. The double set triggers are real nice and really make it a sweet shooter. You can see the trigger guard is custom hand forged as well.
     
  7. CANNONMAN

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    Just kidd'n on a trade. I am interested if it's for sale.
     
  8. Phantom Captain

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    Sent you a PM.
     
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