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New Stock P-1853 .577 Caliber Percussion Infantry Rifle

#600568
New buttstock for P-1853 .577 caliber percussion infantry rifles and P-1864 .577 caliber Snider breech loading rifles.
$174.95

Replica Enfield Combination Musket Tool

#600933
This replica functional tool is used for assembling Civil War era muskets.
$39.95

Hawksley Replica Brass Pocket Powder Flask

#804062
The Brass Pocket Powder Flask is a beautiful replica made of polished brass, like the original by G. & J.W. Hawksley. This Pocket Flask is adjustable in 5/16, 1/4 and 3/16 drams. It has a removable brass head with Sykes flameproof valve. Overall length is 4-7/8 inches.
$19.95 $34.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Hawksley Replica Brass Pocket Powder Flask

I purchased this powder flask to put in a presentation case that contains a percussion pocket revolver.  It is well made and highly polished and looked right at home with the other items that I assembled for the case.  This would work well with other black powder weapons, and would be a good piece to have on hand for recharging the weapon.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: New Stock P-1853 .577 Caliber Percussion Infantry Rifle

Bought this to build a Snider sporting rifle from, nice wood and brass butt plate installed.
Reviewed by: Eric, October 23, 2018

Review of: Hawksley Replica Brass Pocket Powder Flask

this will be a companion to my .31 caliber Remington pocket pistol. Nice quality and just the right size.
Reviewed by: Glenn, May 11, 2016

Review of: New Stock P-1853 .577 Caliber Percussion Infantry Rifle

I have bought two off these and for the price they are fine. The lock needs inlaying from scratch Barrel bed usually needs some work but if you have the skills this is a good deal Please NOTE wood while hard is NOT walnut however for a Nepal gun is authentic.  
Reviewed by: David, November 29, 2014