This first generation Parker Hale still has a lot of life left in it with a near-mint bore! This musket was made in the 1970's by Parker Hale of Birmingham, England. These English-made reproductions are renowned for their match-grade progressive-depth barrels that were made with the original machinery used to made Enfield muskets in the 1860's.
The lock is in good shape with most of its original color case hardening. The hammer holds solid with a positive half and full cock. The stock is in great shape with a few minor handling marks but no cracks or chips. The bore is excellent with no rust or pitting and nice sharp rifling. The rear sight is missing the slide and the front sight has a "tall shooter" blade installed and sighted in for 100 yards
The furniture is all matching and the ramrod is brass.
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