1-30-15 Firearm Photos Lot 126

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Elijah & Esa Waters, Nathaniel Whitmore Mdl 1808 Contract Flintlock Rifle .69 Cal. SN# NSN.=44.5” BBL. 59” OAL. Example of a War of 1812, US Contract Model 1795/1808 Flintlock Musket by; Elijah and Asa Waters and Nathaniel Whitmore of “SUTTON”, Massachusetts, dated; “1810”.  44.5″ BBL. .69-72 cal. round steel barrel w/(3) proof marks; “V”, “P”, an “Eagle’s HEAD”.  The lock is marked with the date of “1810”, Eagle isn’t visible. “US” is slightly visible over “SUTTON”.  The stock is marked on the left side at the rear of the side plate with a “CW” cartouche. The stock has a repaired crack on the L/S opposite the lock. There is a small crack to the rear of the lock. Light rust on hammer. Missing flint. Includes Ramrod. BLACKPOWDER


Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information provided here within. However, the firearms are being sold in their “As Is” condition. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to know exactly what they are buying & ensure they have viewed the firearm & the information provided is correct to their satisfaction. The mechanical workings of these firearms have not been tested. We highly recommend the firearms be checked for their safety & ability to fire by a qualified gun repair shop/gunsmith prior to shooting.

Firearm Type/Category: The firearms will be broken down into 6 categories.

#1 ANTIQUE. An Antique is generally a firearm that is made to fire modern metallic ammunition but was made prior to 1898. No paperwork is required to transfer this type of firearm.

#2 BLACKPOWDER. A Black powder firearm is not made to fire modern metallic ammunition. No paperwork is required to transfer this type of firearm. Can be exceptions.

#3 CURIO & RELIC. A Curio & Relic Firearm has been designated by the by the BATFE as having collector value or is over 50 years old. Only Licensee’s who have applied for and received a CURIO & RELIC LICENCE through the BATFE Qualify for this category.

#4 MODERN. A Modern firearm is made after 1898 & is required to be transferred via an instant background check by an FFL dealer to transfer the firearm to you. This type of Firearm is listed on our Dealers A&D Book and must be transferred through an FFL.

#5 REGULATED. A Regulated Firearm is designated so by the State of Maryland & requires an instant background check & associated paperwork to be completed for the MD State Police. This covers most handguns that fire metallic cased ammunition. This paperwork requires a 7 day (Business Day) waiting period in the State of Maryland. This type of Firearm is listed on our Dealers A&D Book and must be transferred through an FFL.  

#6 MD BANNED This category will contain certain Assault Rifles (AR-15, AK-47, UZI, SKS w/detachable mag, ect…) that the State of Maryland has banned for transfer in the State of MD. This type of firearm can’t be purchased by a Maryland Resident. It may be sold to residents of other States where that type of firearm is legal to purchase. You are responsible for knowing if a firearm is legal in your jurisdiction. Once this firearm leaves the State it can’t be shipped back to Maryland.


Our FFL has the final say on this matter. If a firearm is listed as MODERN or REGULATED it is on our FFL dealers ACQUISITION & DISPOSITION (A&D) book & will not be changed, I.E. paperwork is required.

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