RevSpec Category Archive: Sold

54 caliber Colonial Virginia Kit SOLD

We currently have a .54 caliber Colonial Virginia kit in stock and ready to ship. The Virginia kit is stocked in a piece of Grade 3 Curly Maple that we are selling at a Grade 1 price due to a very small inclusion of ingrown bark in the butt stock. Our Colonial Virginia kit features …

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54 caliber Colonial American Pistol Kit SOLD

Currently available in stock and ready to ship is one of our 54 caliber smoothbore, Colonial American Pistol Kits, stocked in a piece of figured curly maple. This particular kit features a Small Siler lock with a polished brass lock plate and pan. The lock has been hand tuned by Brad for fast and reliable …

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Cows Knee SOLD

We’ve had a few request lately for Cows Knees, so we sewed a couple up. The Cows Knee is an absolute necessity for any flintlock shooter who wants to keep his gun shooting in wet or damp weather. These leather lock covers are hand sewn from calf skin and come with 2 leather thongs for …

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Decorative Knife by Ken Gahagan SOLD

This is a beautifully crafted riflemans knife made by Ken Gahagan. The hand forged blade measures 7 1/2″ long and shows Kens earliest insignia of a cursive “G” at the base of the blade by the brass bolster. The “rope twist” decorated handle has been hand sculpted from elk bone and is fit with a …

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Shooting Bag SOLD

This is a new bag made by Terry Crawford. It measures 8 1/2″ tall by 7 1/2″ wide. It features an adjustable strap with a brass buckle and brass D rings at the attachment point. Inside there are 2 accessory pockets and 2 tool loops. The back of the bag has an additional pocket for …

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Original 18th Century “Smooth Rifle” SOLD

This is a very unique and interesting gun, fresh from a collection in Lancaster Pa. The octagon to round smoothbore barrel is still full length at 46 5/8 inches long and retains a beautiful oxidized surface. The gun is stocked in walnut and is relief carved behind the entry pipe and barrel tang, as well …

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Small Pouch SOLD

This is a brand new pouch made by Terry Crawford. It measures 7″ tall and 7″ wide at the top of the pouch. It features an adjustable strap that is fastened via brass “D” rings and a brass buckle for adjustment. The front of the pouch has a slit pocket and the inside features one …

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.54 caliber Yorktown Rifle SOLD

This is a rifle that we built for a customer several years ago. The customer never shot the rifle; therefore it remains in brand new – unfired condition. This is a unique rifle as it was built with a custom made Rice Barrel in .54 caliber with round bottom rifling and a 1-66 twist. It …

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18th Century, Pennsylvania Ladder Back Chairs SOLD

This is a wonderful matched pair of mid-18th Century, Eastern Pennsylvania, Ladder Back Chairs. These chairs display wonderful turned decoration on the front legs, which also terminate into nicely turned “bunn” feet. The feet on both chairs are all original, which is a rare feature for chairs of this age. The rear uprights also exhibit …

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Beautiful Pair of early 19th Century Candle Sconces SOLD

This is a magnificent pair of hand forged wrought iron, Colonial American candle sconces. The design, symmetry and overall composition of the scroll work are superb. Good original examples of this quality are extremely rare. This pair remains in untouched, as-found condition, with no breaks or repairs. The sconces stand 22″ tall and are an …

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