Monday, June 15, 2020

Recent Project by Brian Anderson

An early 17th century cheekstock long barreled hunting rifle - this style was popular in northern Europe in the late 16th and through the 17th century and into the 18th.  They were made with matchlock, wheellock, and an assortment of snaphance and flint locks. My lock is inspired by one of the earlier flintlocks.



Copy and photos supplied by Brian Anderson.

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