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American Civil War Musket?

Article about: Hi giz, I have looked at the Maynard Carbines and they are different to what you show, the Maynard has no wood stock going under and housing the body block. Also the trigger guard is far dif

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    the missing piece looks like it could have been a wooden piece which would screw into the two holes near the front and the trigger guard quite an interesting rifle

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    Hi gents! What a blast from the past!!

    The rifle was sold. I haven't kept in contact with my colleague, but I believe she received a VERY generous offer due to my efforts and she was happy to pass it along to someone that would be able to preserve and appreciate it.

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    Good on you then!!!! I hate seeing people getting ripped off, I always believe a fair price is a fair price.
    I was at a garage sale a couple of years ago, an older lady was selling stuff and I found a WW1 Helmet and a Mills, she wanted $5 for the pair, I couldn't do that and gave her $100 for them, still a good deal for me...damn my conscience!!! LOL

    Dean O
    Ajax Canada

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    Good to hear that the firearm sold at a decent price.

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