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Graves Mercantile
12-28-2006, 07:48 AM
I have two brand new muskets that have been in storage for several months. I am moving and need to make some space, so I am offering them at a very good discounted price. Here are the details.

Palmetto Musket - Similar to the 1842 Springfield, but with brass hardware. The barrel is .69 caliber and everything is new and shiny. I also have a fitted repo bayonet and scabbard that goes with this gun. I am letting this set go for $475 and I'll even pay the shipping!

For pictures you can click on this link to see the manufacturers homepage.

http://www.loyalistarms.freeservers.com/springfield1842.html

1847 Springfield Cavalry Musketoon - A cut down version of the 1842 Springfield that features a calvary sling bar and barrel mounted ramrod. This is brand new, never used. I am asking $400 and I'll even pay the shipping.

For pictures you can click on this link to see the manufacturers homepage.

http://www.loyalistarms.freeservers.com/1847musketoon.html

You can contact me at: nathanwelton@hotmail.com

I can accept payment by paypal or money order.

Graves Mercantile
01-01-2007, 07:48 PM
SOLD


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vicka
01-11-2007, 01:16 PM
Just in passing, I bought the 1847 advertised here, as is, no take backs.
What JUNQUE!
The hammer is almost impossible to pull back to full cock (there is no half cock which may be the way the original worked),
and it is impossible to fire the item when cocked, pulling the trigger will not trip it!
Two gunsmiths with blackpowder experience both indicated it would cost more to put it right than it was worth. UGH!
Looks very nice from a distance, but BUYER BEWARE!
Steve Sullivan
(who bought a big pig in a poke sack!)

Cav_Maj
01-11-2007, 02:46 PM
Steve,
Contact Blair Higgins at: loyalistarms@hfx.eastlink.ca
Tell him you bought the carbine "new" from Graves Mercantile, I believe that they were a dealer for Loyalist Arms. There is a warranty page at: http://www.loyalistarms.freeservers.com/usorderinginformation.html
A friend of mine bought one of the 1847 carbines and had a ignition problem with it. He contacted them and they told him to sent it back and they corrected the problem free of charge, gave him back the shipping fee.
I hope this helps.

Regards,

Brian

vicka
01-11-2007, 05:11 PM
Thank you Brian, I have sent off an e-mail to Canada.
Steve