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AAAWT, Inc. trades in firearms manufactured on or before 1898 ONLY. The U.S. exempts these antiques. Gun laws vary widely from country to country. Please check your own Federal, State, or local laws to determine your legal responsibility. AAAWT, Inc. complies with all applicable firearms and related laws without exception.

Model 1840 U.S. Flintlock
Musket, Daniel Nippes,
Mill Creek, Pennsylvania

Model 1795 Harpers Ferry
Flintlock Musket Dated 1817,
Type IV 1390-3

US Model 1816 Musket,
Type I by M.T. Wickham
of Philadelphia, & Bayonet

Volunteer Flintlock Carbine,
Lockplate Signed James /
London, .65 Caliber 728-105

British Volunteer Rifled
Cavalry Saddle Ring
Carbine by Henry Nock

18th Century British
Commercial Musket, Military
Style Flintlock, Ketland & Co.

Irish, Short-Brass Barreled Blunderbuss John Gray (Grey),
Dublin 728-37

1808 U.S. Contract Flintlock Musket, Springfield Pattern, Barstow, Exeter, New Hampshire Joshua and Charles Barstow 1187-26

Massachusetts Militia Musket,
Private Issue, Worcester County
Likely made by Asa Waters

Dutch Cadet Musket
with Bayonet ,
C.1800-1810 .60-Caliber

Boy’s Brown Bess Musket, Possibly Military School or a Gift for Wealthy Child 308-444

Antique British Volunteer
Musket, T. Ketland, A.K.A.
Commercial Brown Bess

Iron-Barreled Flintlock Blunderbuss Signed BRANDER of LONDON, 1790ish’

1799 Springfield Ships Musket, (1795 type I pattern), Extremely

US Model 1808 Flintlock
Musket by R & C Leonard,
Canton, Massachusetts 308-508

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