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Tennessee Longrifle,
Part Number: SP-TN-2-B
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Tennessee rifles date from the late flint period. Often trimmed in iron, sometimes in brass, these rifles usually feature fine imported locks, double set triggers and figured curly maple stocks. Many have primitive hand forged furniture and long tangs. Poor boy style rifles may omit the buttplate, entry pipe and muzzle cap. These single screw sideplates are inlet flush to the lock panel surface.

Machined brass, .125" thick, counter bored for a 3/8" diameter lock bolt, made in the USA.

This simple early sideplate has an attractive pointed tail. Long enough for larger flint locks, or shorten the front end for symmetry around the front lock bolt, on rifle size locks. French influenced, this sideplate is very similar to the French Type D fusil sideplate.

Wax cast brass. Overall length 5-5/8". Made in the USA.

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