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Old 18th February 2015, 04:20 PM   #2
Will M
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Location: In the wee woods north of Napanee Ontario
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Flintlock was popular where powder and ball was plentiful but caps were not.
I had a Belgian 1777p flintlock made mid 19th century for the same remote locations.
To take a percussion firearm and convert to flintlock the pistols must have been plentiful and out of date as you mention.
Collectors have to know their stuff or one could spend a premium for a flintlock that never was (officially).
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