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PostSubject: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 8:36 am

seen a tc hawken,s in 54 cal. percussion, is this caliber rare in this gun ?, it is in real good shape, is 249.00 a good price, no rust
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PostSubject: Re: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 8:43 am

If there's no rust in the barrel, that's a bargain IMO.

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PostSubject: Re: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 11:22 am

56 kodiak shooter wrote:
seen a tc hawken,s in 54 cal. percussion, is this caliber rare in this gun ?, it is in real good shape, is 249.00 a good price, no rust

I'd be on that in a second!

Even if I didn't want it.

It is a very good price.
They are on auction sites for $350 and way UP.

I saw one that went for $275, great shape but that was
weeks ago and it's sold.

For $250 I'd be on that like fleas on a dog, corn on the cob,
flowers on the stem, scales on fish,..............o.k. enough.

Buy the thing, if you don't I will.

Just just happen to have a T.C. Hawken .50, a Seneca .45,
a..................well you get it.
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PostSubject: Re: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 11:34 am

Pretty darned common caliber, but a reflection of how versatile it is. That's a great price. I'd grab it.
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PostSubject: Re: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 12:23 pm

http://classic.gunauction.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=14474353

If I didn't have a .45 Seneca I'd buy this one.

2 barrels.
Look.

"Buy now" for $550.00 and worth it.

The T.C. Seneca just goes up in price if kept nice.

As a side note I was in the hospital for nearly a month so neighbors TOOK my guns fearing
theft and.............

STORED THEM IN THE HORSE BARN!!!!!!!!!!!

Horses pee strong ammonia!
They RUSTED!!!!!!!

grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Thank gawd I only had to SCRAP 3 of my 50 + guns.
Most were o.k. as I had then wiped down inside and out with LPS 3, a corrosion inhibitor.
LPS 3

lps 3 corrohttp://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1418851&cid=CAPLA:B:Shopping_-_Lubrication_Products&bingpla=bingpla_11sion inhibitor

Also check other places, might be cheaper.

I spray snot out of a p.u. truck with it years ago.
Eventually traded it off.
Saw it parked a year ago and no rust.

Sprayed a piece of bare carbon steel on one side, placed in on property near the road for
a year. Road salt, weather, no rust on the sprayed side.
Bare side was pitted with rust.
Just f.y.i.
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PostSubject: Re: TC Hawken,s   July 30th 2017, 1:37 pm

$249.00 is a great price for a .54 cal.  The .54 cal. is not rare but the .50 cal. is a lot more popular.  I'd take a .54 cal over the a .50 any day if you're going deer hunting.  Both will get the job but that's just my personal preference.

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