Jacob Dickert, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
pre shaped, pre-inlet stock,
13/16", or 7/8" octagon, 42" barrel, large Siler lock
This early Lancaster County style stock honors Jacob Dickert, a master gunsmith who arrived in America about 1750. After becoming a citizen, he produced rifles for the Continental Army. He was an artist, producing raised carved flint longrifles with daisy patchboxes for his many customers. Our pre-shaped, pre-inlet stock is cut for a 13/16”, or 7/8" straight octagon 42” length barrel, large Siler right hand lock, TR-DST-6 double set triggers, and a straight tang breech plug. The 3/8” rod hole is drilled full depth. Buttplate area is 5-1/8" tall, by 2" wide. Pull may be up to 14-3/4", with a drop of 3-3/4" from the line of sights.

Our pre-inlet stock has a 13/16”, or 7/8" octagon 42” barrel channel. The stock is pre-inlet for a straight tang breechplug. The 3/8” diameter rod hole is drilled full depth. The forend is shaped. The buttplate end is uncut, allowing an choice of buttplate. The square cheekpiece is well defined, and this stock has very crisp lock panels. Lock panels are shaped, pre-inlet for the large Siler flint lock LOCK-SL-FL-RH, or percussion lock, LOCK-SL-CL-RH.

Specifications for pre-inlet stocks:
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18308 Joplin St NW
Elk River, MN 55330-1773

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