Ramrod pipes, English fowling gun,
for 3/8' diameter ramrod, lug for pin, wax cast brass or steel.
Ramrod pipes for ideal for a 1750 era fullstock English fowling gun, as cast for 3/8" diameter ramrod, lugged for pin, wax cast brass or steel. Made in the U.S.A. Shown in side view, and top view, these ramrod pipes are round with double rings.

Our entry pipe (where rod enters the wood) has an integral skirt. The pipe body is 1-3/8" length, about 3-5/8" overall, including the skirt. Your choice of wax cast brass or steel. Use our #PIN-3/32" steel dowel pin for mounting the entry pipe on a fullstock rifle.

Our forward pipe, with lug for pin, is 1-1/2" overall length. Made for a fullstock rifle (with wood extending to muzzle), most rifles use two forward pipes. A few extra long rifles use three forward pipes. Use one, or sometimes two #PIN-3/32 steel dowel pins, to retain a brass or iron pipe.

This well finished hand engraved ramrod entry pipe was used on a 1750 period English fullstock rifle by contemporary builder J. E. Brown. We recommend these attractive ramrod pipes for your next fullstock English rifle or fowler project.
Track of the Wolf, Inc.
18308 Joplin St NW
Elk River, MN 55330-1773

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