(SOLD)Johnathan Browning Commemorative 50 Caliber Muzzle Loader BEAUTIFUL!!

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  1. papalondog

    papalondog
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    (SOLD)Part of a gun collection I purchased is this Browning made 50 caliber muzzle loader. It is a limited addition, 1878-1978 commemorative rifle in a custom wooden box. Gun in as from the factory with its own powder horn and all. Stunning wood and the normal Browning fit and finish. Many detailed pictures if you are truely interested. This is a real gun that is very shootable and very heavy I might add. Made in 1978. I am not a muzzle loader man, but my wife is falling in love with this one and it has to go. $1250 FTF

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  2. Dunerunner

    Dunerunner
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    Absolutely Beautiful!!
     
  3. Snoplop

    Snoplop
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    I have one in 54 cal that hangs by the fire place (though not a commemorative) I would never want to part with and is a joy to shoot.
    Would be nice to have a matching 50 cal. and what a beauty.
    Have 3 other guns I need to get before I can entertain it but I will check back on occasion and see if you still have it.
    Too bad you have to sell it- would love to see the rest of the pictures you have of it.
     
  4. Snoplop

    Snoplop
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    I have one in 54 cal that hangs by the fire place (though not a commemorative) I would never want to part with and is a joy to shoot.
    Would be nice to have a matching 50 cal. and what a beauty.
    Have 3 other guns I need to get before I can entertain it but I will check back on occasion and see if you still have it.
    Too bad you have to sell it- would love to see the rest of the pictures you have of it.
     
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