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Half-Stock Perscussion Sporting Rifle by A. McComas, Baltimore, MD
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
.50 caliber, 28.5" octagonal barrel with patent breech. Top of barrel marked A. McComas Baltimore. Lockplate marked A. McComas. Double-set triggers. Engraved tang, breech, engraved forward action lock. German silver furniture, German silver patchbox.  Checkered walnut stock with cheek piece.

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This rifle has been sitting in a basement and needs proper cleaning.  It has some storage rust on the top of the breech and on the lock. The barrel still has a dark brown patina. Stock is very good still retaining the original varnish. Missing the cleaning rod.
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