Re: Kentucky Percussion rifle
E.C. Burden rifles do not command much being they are only collectable here in the County where he lived and made rifles at. I have one made by hios brotehr whil apprenticeing under EC, it was made during the Civil War and is 38 cal heavy barrel 1/2 stock. Ones like mine were made for a unit out of Ohio. Depending on condition, size of barel, and otehr factors will determine value but NONE have ever sold for more that $300-$800 and the $800 mark is for one that is DOCUMENTED to be of the ones used by the Ohio Unit for the Civil War and all those were 1/2 stocked 38 caliber heavy barrel. Pictures will be of great help, lots of pictures. So please post pictures of all metal parts, inlays, the EC Burden Mark and where locate as well as diminsions of barrel, LOP, and ANYTHING else you think might help.
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