P. O. Box 2791
Rockford, IL  61132   US

Phone (815) 968-1995   
Fax (815) 968-1996
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Late Lancaster
Late Lancaster Rifle
The early Lancaster rifle used a good grade of maple, sometimes with a straight grain, but the later Lancasters exhibit a fine curly grain "tiger stripe" that makes a Kentucky rifle such a distinctive piece.

The side plates on these later rifles are flat and very narrow, sometimes engraved. They often have a pronounced arch under the edge. The comb of the rifle is lower and there is less of a drop at the wrist.

Some of these Lancasters feature ornate relief wood carving and brass or silver inlays. The patchbox is usually engraved and is held by eight screws or more in many of these guns.

Brass and silver inlays, cut into forms and then engraved are often used, with a hunter's star, an eagle, a fish or some patriotic design being among the most common.

These inlays, combined with careful engravings, the carving and the slim lines of the rifle itself make the Lancaster Rifle pleasing to the eye and a pleasure to hold.

Late Lancaster Rifle
   Lock, Trigger & Tang Inletting Available
   Overall length 59"
   Pull length 15 1/2"
   Drop at heel 3 1/8"
   Barrel channel length 42"
   Barrel channel size  13/16" or 7/8"
   Ramrod hole size 3/8"
   Lock mortice area 6 3/8" x 1 1/2"
   Width at lock 1 3/4"
   Butt 6 1/4" x 1 3/8"
   Also available in left hand

Late Lancaster Rifle

Green Mountain Barrel 13/16" & 7/8"  x 42" $225.00
Appropriate Lock L & R Classic Flint $215.00
*Optional Lock *L & R Classic Perc. *($150.00)
Appropriate double-set Trigger Davis #4 $65.00
Appropriate Breech Plug Fantail $12.00
Recommended Buttplate Brass $36.00
Recommended Triggerguard Brass $36.00
Recommended Thimbles Brass (3) $24.00
Recommended Nose Cap Brass $12.00
Lock Screws (2) $3.50
Tang Screws (1) $1.75
Rear Sight   $10.00
Front Sight   $8.00
Barrel Lugs (3) $9.00
Barrel Keys (or Pins) (3) Pins no charge
Escutcheons Brass (6) $6.00
Toe Plate Brass $6.00
Lock Bolt Inlay Brass $9.00
Touch Hole Liner   $3.00
Drum & Nipple   *($8.00)
Ramrod Jag & Tip Brass $4.75
Ramrod   $4.50
*Optional Patchbox   *($42.00)
Misc. Screws   $1.50
Stock Inletting & Drilling   $57.50
  Parts Total: (not including *optional items) $749.50 (Flint)
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 **Available with Green Mountain swamped barrel $220.00. Additional $65.00 inletting for swamped barrel. (Deduct the price of the original barrel.)    
Late Lancaster Parts
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Pecatonica River Long Rifle Supply, Inc.
P. O. Box 2791
Rockford, IL  61132   US
Phone (815) 968-1995   
Fax (815) 968-1996
email: sales@longrifles-pr.com  

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