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bubskibubski Member Posts: 2 ✭✭
Through the passing of my father I have acquired a Pennsylvania Flint Lock in .32 cal.
The rifle has no identity markings and the history of how the rifle came into the family was never told to me.
One thing is certain - were talking and orginal-any advise on how I can start a track and try and get to the origin would be appreciated.


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    JimetJimet Member Posts: 106 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    If you have an original flintlock,you have somethin.Many were converted to percussion.Here is my advice- if you know how to post pics,do so,if you don't know,learn.Sorry bout yer Dad.
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