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Posted by michael kennedy on Monday, 23 December 2013, at 8:40 p.m.

Hi guys, I bought 5 trapdoors from an old friend. serial number 541752 is an 1884 RRB which is in beautiful condition, shiney barrel, blueing intact, stock has been sanded though and no cartouches. #556057 is also an 1884 RRB but has the cartouches SWP 1892, the circle p, and also in block type lettering on right side of stock is a 2 over 84. it is in nice shape, decent barrel. #400075 is a model 1884 and is in decent shape with a shiney barrel, but no cartouches and no ramrod. #8621 is a 1873 model with a fancy P cartouch on the left side and a P underneath behind the trigger gaurd. it's a little rough with heavy pitting for about 4" at the end of the barrel and the butt plate. the barrel is dark. the tang is cracked at the screw. stock is in rough condition. #49788 has 1870 on the breach block, 1863 on the sidelock, it is >50 caliber (is it possibly a conversion?) it is in poor condition, badly pitted. darn shame, wish it could talk! so, whattaya think I have here? I shoot CMP and NRA high power, can't wait to shoot 541752!


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