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Old 02-03-2011, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone make left handed muskets?

I know there are kits but I'm looking for something completed. I don't care just as long as it's not percussion or rifled. Can anyone help me out? I'm also considering a smooth bore pistol.
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Old 02-04-2011, 01:32 AM   #2
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Lymans does. Cabelas sells one. And there is this one-

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Thanks for the post, but I'm looking for a smooth bore. Preferrably one replicated from colonial times, there were lefty pistols called reverse or backward pistols.
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Have heard the smoothbore flintlock pistols with opposite locks called
"Horse Pistols". Usually there was a pair of them, one left and one right.
Carried in a pair of holsters slung over the saddle.
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Have heard the smoothbore flintlock pistols with opposite locks called
"Horse Pistols". Usually there was a pair of them, one left and one right.
Carried in a pair of holsters slung over the saddle.
Thanks for the info, I'll see what I can find.
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Scratch do a search for TVM and then go to to TVM muzzleloaders, they have a fowler, smoothbore, 62 cal., flintlock that they will make in either right or left handed. Be prepared to wait it takes time to get one but well worth it.
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Scratch do a search for TVM and then go to to TVM muzzleloaders, they have a fowler, smoothbore, 62 cal., flintlock that they will make in either right or left handed. Be prepared to wait it takes time to get one but well worth it.
Thanks for the info, it looks nice.
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Scratch they do a nice job, wood to metal fit is great. Mine wears a 42 inch bbl, Ialso have a canoe gun in 62 that I did which is great for hunting.
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