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Kentucky Percussion Rifle .45 Caliber CS-KPR45


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Kentucky Percussion Rifle .45 Caliber CS-KPR45

 
Era:Pirate-Era Thru Early 19th cen.SKU#:CS-KPR45MSRP:$685.95
Price: $620.00 
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Product Description

The sweeping, graceful lines of this classic, historic rifle make it one of the most recognizable arms in American history. Known as the "Pennsylvania", "Kentucky", or "Stump" rifle, this muzzleloader originated about 1720. It was modified from the short German 'Jaeger' hunting rifle into a longer, slimmer, lightweight gun that used a reduced powder charged and smaller caliber projectile. When the percussion lock was developed in the early part of the 19th Century, most of the flint Kentucky's were converted to this new system. Their popularity continued will into the cartridge era. This Kentucky Rifle has a highly polished one-piece walnut stock with an oil finish. It is furnished with a brass butt plate, triggerguard large patchbox, side plate, thimbles and nosecap. The lock plate is case hardened. This model has a 35" octagonal blued barrel, brass blade front sight, and a steel open rear sight. No license Required. You must be 18 years old to purchase and 21 years old to sign for this product. Please check your local laws before ordering to ensure compliance. This product comes with basic eye and hearing protection. This product can only be shipped to U.S. locations.
Key Features:

Caliber: .45
Barrel Length: 35"
Total Length: 50"
No. of Grooves: 6
Twist: 1 x 920mm
Weight: 6.6 lbs

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