I would like to introduce you to the European made Flobert parlor weapons. (1800s) These were made in several calibers, this one originally being in 32. These were made to sho
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ot something similar to a cap and ball, (cb-cap)
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but also shot in the pub or in the parlor. This is the orginal factory carved stock and 26" Octagon Barrel. This rifle is equipped with the trap door loading system. I paid 70.00 dollars at auction for the rifle. Since ammo is no longer available, I had the barrel sleeved and the hammer reset to fire modern 22 lr. This was at a cost of 90.00. The great part is every time I have it out, no one knows what it is. Know has ever said, i've got one of those.
Wow, best offer i've received, also the only offer. Lol. Honestly it is a really great and fun shooter. The grandchildren love it more than the semi autos. I think it as to do the the mechanical aspect, trap door. It's more than just pulling the trigger over an over.
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