Anatomy of a Flintlock

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10 Responses to Anatomy of a Flintlock

  1. Karl says:

    Beautiful stock. Wish my Hawkins had a stock like that.

    • Daryl says:

      Your Hawken wasn’t meant to have a fancy, light stock. If it’s a TC you can get a replacement full stock that will pretty much take your fittings and in a figured wood. Check out Pecatonica

  2. Tim in AK says:

    Very cool video.
    I’ve often wished I could shoot an accurate replica of an original style flintlock.

  3. SgtBob says:

    Reminds me of movies where somebody would say, “Fetch Granpaw’s old squirrel gun,” and somebody would hand down from the attic a .70-caliber flintlock. Must have had big squirrels in Granpaw’s day.

  4. Tom762 says:

    My Father built a rifle that if I did know better, Mr Williams was just showing off. Was an Issac Haynes style Lancaster county Pennsylvania rifle. Shoots xrings all day long. At 200. at 250, some tens. .36 cal rounds. It truly is a thing of beauty.

  5. Aaron Yetter says:

    There’s nothing like a well built flintlock rifle. Mine was built by Don Bruton and is the finest rifle I have ever owned. Just as it was in the past as today cost me a months pay and worth every penny.

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