Author Topic: WTB Reaves Goehring Feather #10 trigger guard and buttplate I'm trying again!  (Read 735 times)

Offline 54ball

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 If anyone has a set or single piece the castings Mr. Goering made from his Feather Rifle please let me know.  I'm willing to go $100 may be more. I really need these.
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 Travis Brown
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Re: WTB Reaves Goering Feather Gun Furniture #10 trigger guard and buttplate
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2018, 05:35:40 PM »
Travis,
Have you tried Jen Goehring?  I just bought parts. From her last week.
In His grip,

Dane

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Re: WTB Reaves Goering Feather Gun Furniture #10 trigger guard and buttplate
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2018, 04:42:53 AM »
 Thank you smallpatch, I have been in contact with her. She is presently out of the triggerguards but may have the buttplate. She is working on getting some new castings soon.
 Thanks, Travis
 
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Offline 54ball

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 I still need this #10 set.
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 I want to thank the two members that have helped me out with this and all of those who have responded with advice.
 Thanks again ALR.
"These Americans had riflemen-they could hit a man at 200 paces distance. We came to dread them far more than the regular Continentals. At Kings Mountain they destoyed us."

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