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SOUTHERN PERCUSSION CONVERSION OF THE US
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SOUTHERN PERCUSSION CONVERSION OF THE US MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK PISTOL. Standard model 54 cal. Model 1836 smooth bore sgl shot pistol as produced by Asa...

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