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Author Topic: Sold: Don Bruton Boone rifle 54 cal  (Read 61 times)

Offline Roughneck

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Sold: Don Bruton Boone rifle 54 cal
« on: November 23, 2018, 07:41:30 PM »
Boone .54 cal rifle built by Don Bruton.  It has a Chamber's Early English lock, 38" C weight swamped Colerain Barrel, all hand forged iron mounts and a wooden patch box.  Length of pull is about 13 1/2 and if I had to guess on the weight, I'd say 7-71/2 pounds.  rifle shoots great & trigger is very nice plus its probably the best balanced of all the rifles I own.  I also had David Price make and install a custom front and rear sight for the rifle.  only reason I am selling is I just got one of his 58 calibers.  $1650 shipped & insured. I can take payment as check, money order, paypal as a gift or plus 3%.  I will ship as soon as I receive payment.  Thank you

i will also include about 300 round ball, jag & short starter.  any questions shoot me a PM.  thank you
« Last Edit: November 26, 2018, 10:53:04 AM by Roughneck »