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SMITHS PATENT1857 POULTNEY & TRIMBLE CARBINE.
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SMITHS PATENT1857 POULTNEY & TRIMBLE CARBINE. American, 20th century. Poultney & Trimble 50 caliber percussion carbine with 21.5" round barrel, flip up...

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