Plan Drawing,
in the style of Isaac Haines with 42" swamped barrel,
1770 era Lancaster County longrifle,
full size drawing with full size color photo
Part Number: PLAN-1770-LANC
Availability: In Stock
Price: $9.99
This full size plan drawing depicts a longrifle in the style of Isaac Haines, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, circa 1770 with 42" swamped barrel. The book Artistic Ingredients of the Longrifle by Dr. George Shumway indicates the Isaac Haines may have been the most influential gun maker in Lancaster County. This replica, made by J.E. Brown is on display in our shop. John Bivins made the Lancaster County style rifle famous, producing the 1776 commemorative rifles for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We offer fully inlet Lancaster County style stocks for 38", and 42" swamped barrels.

This plan drawing includes full size color photos, showing the rifle in detail. Line art and descriptive text reveal the hidden details and tips to the gun maker. Our best plan drawing ever, our goal is to inspire you to create your own longrifle from our 1770 era Lancaster longrifle parts!
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Elk River, MN 55330-1773

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