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Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, Rare Hall Patent. SN X3036
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A Rare Hall Patent 1819 Breech Loading Harper Ferry Rifle, converted to Percussion. 52 ½” overall, 32 ½ .52 Cal .barrel with multi-groove rifling stopping short 1 ½”. from the muzzle to allow muzzle loading, offset blade fore-sight, offset notch rear-sight, broad iron receiver swelling forwards of centre with a lift-up reverse loading breech operated via a short lever below the fore-end, offset central hammer, the top of breech-block marked 'J.H. HALL, H. FERRY, U.S., 1832',, walnut full-stock, iron furniture including raised pistol-grip spur to lower tang, two pinned iron barrel-bands, two sling swiviles, and double-band nose-cap, button-tipped under-barrel ramrod.

Dated 1832 Second production type                                                
In good condition, very good bore.

Many of the percussion conversions were done in the South for the CSA as large numbers of obsolete Hall rifles were in Southern armouries the beginning of the Civil War.