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Phom 6 Dos Txhais (7+ dos total) | 50 Caliber

Phom 6 Dos Txhais (7+ dos total) | 50 Caliber

Very rare antique Hmong firearm of 6 dos txhais—measuring only the barrel. What makes this antique rare is it is 50 caliber. Hmong gunsmiths rarely made guns in this large of a caliber, but rather opted to make very long barrels in lieu of large calibers. Circa 1900, with 1 original brass alloy thi and 5 newly forged thi which have been antiqued to match the color of the original. Stock is made from stunning burly/figured wood. This is legal for big game all across the USA, and I debated for many hours to keep it for myself, but have decided to sell it. 


Barrel is in great condition and has been newly reblued. Antique is in overall amazing, near flawless condition, considering its age. This flintlock still works very well and has been testfired. Recommended maximum load of 90 grains of blackpowder. 


Length of barrel: 42.25 inches (~6.5 dos)

Length overall: 49 inches (~8 dos)

Caliber: 50

Weight: 5 lbs. 1.1 oz.


As with all antiques we sell, pictures show the actual item you will receive—there is only one available.


Flintlocks are considered "Antique Firearms," and not "Guns," by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and under the Federal Gun Control Act of 1968, and thus are federally unregulated. Therefore, you do not need any paperwork nor background checks for purchase. However, this does NOT apply in the jurisdictions of New Jersey, Illinois, Washington D.C. and New York City, where flintlocks are, per local law, considered "Guns" and thus must be registered. Therefore, we cannot ship to you if you live in New Jersey, Illinois, Washington D.C. or NYC—any orders to a home address in these jurisdictions will automatically be cancelled and refunded. As a disclaimer, please check your local ordinances and statutes to ensure compliance with all laws. We do not sell outside of the United States—all international orders will be automatically cancelled and refunded.

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