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    .58 cal. Blackpowder Muzzle Loading Rifle---$$ Reduced!



    Note....... The longer rifle on the left in the pictures below is Sold!

    I have two blackpowder rifles that I'd rather see go to someone that would appreciate them more than myself. I'm just not into them.

    Posted below are the two rifles both made in Italy. The one on the right is a Antonio Zoli Co. .58 caliber made in 1970 imported by Navy Arms.
    As far as we know this one has never been fired. $250.00 ......... $200.00 Cash



    The one on the left is a Kentucky rifle(I call it the Daniel Boone rifle) in .45 cal. and was made in 1977 imported by FIE.
    This rifle is SOLD!






    Last edited by N4sir; October 12th, 2019 at 07:02 AM.
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    Thinking real hard about the Dan'l Boone rifle. Unfortunately my funds aren't keeping up with my bills right now, much less my desires. Maybe I can sell a kidney or something.
    ​"If you come to a fork in the road, take it."

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    Might get more for a liver. Lol.......
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    Marksman

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    Do you know the actual bore size on the .45?

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    Getting ready to go to a meeting. I'll see if it says something on the barrel when I get home. My guess is it probably won't say.
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    Got home and checked the .45 cal. I don't see anywhere anything other .45 caliber.
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    Most BP rifles designed to shoot patched round ball have a slightly larger bore than the listed one, to acamadate the patch.
    And some are the listed size requiring a smaller round ball.
    Like the .44 cap and ball revolvers are generally .454-.457.

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