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CORY886142
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Joined: April 2013
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FERGUS FALLS, MN
Posted: April 18, 2013 12:06 PM

I recent purchased a beautiful Austin Halleck 420 muzzle loader and am missing the plastic cleaning tube and a manual... Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

THANK YOU.

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Zeke
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JAMESPORT, NY
Posted: April 19, 2013 9:40 AM
Austin & Halleck,Inc was located in Weston,Missouri then moved to Provo Utah. I believe they may be out of buisness. They made a very nice firearm,but the production costs paired with the import of cheaper in-lines cut deeply into their market share. As of 2008, my jobber no longer lists their product line in their catalog. For a manual, try contacting "ABBY" at www.cornellpubs.com  &nb... or get in touch with Deer Creek Outfitters Ph.#(765)525-6181 BTW The Model 420 was offered with a number of options and in a couple of versions The Model 420 LR Classic could be had with a semi-fancy maple stock and in SS or blue steel  NIB value is around $500  but it could also be with higher grades of wood....Fancy +$100.....Hand-select +$200 and exihibition grade wood is +$800 the other version is the Model 420 LR Monte Carlo  the same gun except for stock style.The M-C stock is better suited for use with a scope  same value on options....Enjoy
Zeke
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Posted: April 19, 2013 6:14 PM
A&H suspended operations on 10/01/06 and has no employees left on staff. However, their news release on ceasing operations stated that they would supply replacement parts....free of charge...as long as supplies held out Contact from www.austinhalleck.com..from there you can make contact via e-mail,phone or snail mail. They do no repairs and offer no services at this time...hope this helps some
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