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I inherited an 30 something caliber flintlock that got converted to a percussion cap. It’s a very old gun (pre civil-war?). Where can I take it to get it inspected? I think I’d like to try to take and shoot it, maybe even try to take a rabbit or squirrel with it next fall.
 

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Dixon's Muzzleloading shop in Kempton or North East Trade Co. in Muncy. Knob Mountain Muzzleloading in Berwick would be another option.
 

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Thanks for the info guys. I’m pretty close to Berwick and Dickson’s isn’t too much further. I’ll posts picture on the thread when I pick the gun up. It’s pretty cool it was converted from a flintlock to a percussion cap, so I’m assuming it’s pretty old. I’m not 100% sure what caliber it is but I know it’s .30-something. It’s got a rifled barrel. It is a long gun. I really hoping to hunt small game with it next season.
 
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