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Who makes a left-handed flinty Kentucky/penn rifle?

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by 1KPerDay, Oct 11, 2006.

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  1. 1KPerDay

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    I shoot long guns lefty and would like a flintlock. A kit would be preferable but I'd also consider nice tiger-striped maple stocks with browned furniture.:cool:
     
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    BTW, NOT CVA. I've built enough of them to know I don't want to build any more. :D
     
  3. sundance44s

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    Dixie gun works has a lefty ..on sale right now too ..can`t remember who it`s made by though . ya might give it a look see though .
     
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    Try a right handed flinter before you spend on a lefty. I'm a lefty and the flash isn't noticible. Matter of fact, I don't see it at all. The view is blocked by my nose.
     
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    Tennessee Valley Manufacturing "TVM" makes left handed guns from parts, to kits to finished items.
    Google "TVM Rifles".

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    Is TVM a reputable company? Anyone dealt with them? Are they italian parts like everything else?
     
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    TVM will build with what you want as far as parts .. most folks i know that shoot the TVM guns have Green Mountain barrels and L&R locks and Davis triggers ...but they`ll pretty much put what you prefer in to them . They are well built good guns at a fair price .
     
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    I checked out the site... they look amazing. I want one of each. *droool*:cool:
     
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