🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Any gun experts able to identify the age or model of flint lock this is from?

Matten138

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l.cutler

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It's a later one, probably 1830's or so. There weren't exactly models of guns back then except in military arms, different makers, but many used the same locks. Size would help determine if it's from a rifle or pistol.
 

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Matten138

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It's a later one, probably 1830's or so. There weren't exactly models of guns back then except in military arms, different makers, but many used the same locks. Size would help determine if it's from a rifle or pistol.
 

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That's a big lock, might be from a fowling piece.
 

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