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I'm looking into the puchace of a muzzleloader but here's the catch. I DON'T WANT AN INLINE I'm looking for a more traditional flint lock in possably a .50 or better yet a .45 cal. the time period woul be the 7 years war (french and Indian).

Any help would be great.
 

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Ghostbear...If your serious about the time period F&I war your looking at a smoothbore. If your serious about historically correct then your only option is custom built, either specific for you or look for a used one. Keep an eye on the following site. www.trackofthewolf.com

Dixon's is a good resource also as mentioned above.

Here is a pic of mine which is historically correct. It is 20 gauge with a 48" barrel that was hand made to meet the exact dimensions of only a small handful of originals that were found in a Carolina's dig. Not many originals from that time period survived. Don't mind the horn it doesn't fit the time period but I love it.
 

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Thanks again. I would like to get a smooth bore as well. I would like to get a rifle. I'll have to look around some.....thanks.
 

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Not sure what your budget is but as I stated keep an eye on track of the wolf "recent additions" updates constantly.

Here is another site to keep an eye on. http://www.longrifle.ws/forsale/default.asp?categoryID=1&age=Contemporary

If you plan to hunt deer/bear with it I would recommend a .50 or .54. If you want one built I can recommend an excellent builder if you can handle the wait.
 

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I have a 20 ga French Fusil de Chasse. Bought at dixon's gunmaker's fair from tip curtis for about a grand in the white. It is a great gun and with a lot of practice you can get good at shooting
 
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