P. O. Box 2791
Rockford, IL  61132   US

Phone (815) 968-1995   
Fax (815) 968-1996
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Lehigh County
Lehigh County Rifle
Kentucky rifles from the Lehigh area of Pennsylvania were influenced by other makers and continued to show many of the "classic" Kentucky rifle features.

Stocks were generally of fine curly maple and when that could not be obtained the curl was often imitated by artificial means. A distinctive feature of these rifles is the broad-wrist, a detail present in early models of Kentucky rifles produced elsewhere but continued for some time in this area.

The Lehigh rifles commonly used the scroll designs carved in relief around the stock. The patchbox was similar to the Allentown rifles but the Lehigh makers incorporated more engravings and their design was more complex and ornate.

A good example of the workmanship from this area are the rifles of John Moll, Jr., whose rifles are depicted in several books on the Kentucky rifle. Moll's work was often marked by careful and detailed carving behind the rear ramrod pipe.

The stocks we produce for this type rifle are historically accurate and correct. The maker who wants a little something "extra" from this period would do well to consider the Lehigh as a well-designed and interesting firearm that can take its place over the fireplace or on the firing line.

Lehigh County Rifle
   Lock, Trigger & Tang Inletting Available
   Overall length 59"
   Pull length 16"
   Drop at heel 5"
   Barrel channel length 42"
   Barrel channel size  13/16" or 7/8"
   Ramrod hole size 3/8"
   Lock mortice area 8" x 1 1/2"
   Width at lock 1 9/16"
   Butt 5"  x 1 13/16"

Lehigh County Rifle

Green Mountain Barrel 13/16" & 7/8"  x 42" $160.00
Appropriate Lock L & R Durs Egg Flint $160.00
*Optional Lock *L& R Perc. *($110.00)
Appropriate double-set Trigger Davis #4 $51.00
Appropriate Breech Plug Fantail $10.00
Recommended Buttplate Brass $18.00
Recommended Triggerguard Brass $18.00
Recommended Thimbles Brass $22.00
Recommended Nose Cap Brass $9.00
Lock Screws (2) $3.50
Tang Screws (1) $1.75
Rear Sight   $8.00
Front Sight   $6.00
Barrel Lugs (3) $6.00
Barrel Keys (or Pins) (3) Pins no charge
Escutcheons Brass (6) $6.00
Toe Plate Brass $5.00
Lock Bolt Inlay Brass $8.00
Touch Hole Liner   $2.50
Drum & Nipple   *($6.00)
Ramrod Jag & Tip Brass $4.00
Ramrod   $3.00
*Optional Patchbox   *($32.00)
Misc. Screws   $1.50
Stock Inletting & Drilling   $47.50
  Parts Total: (not including *optional items) $551.75
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Lehigh County Rifle
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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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