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    I have a pre civil war percussion rifle that I can read fayette on the barrel but that's it. It doesn't seem to be the civil war Fayetteville rifle the caliber doesn't look that big it looks closer to the 30 something range. It also has a hexagon barrel and a double trigger. Any help would be awesome!

    I can get pictures if needed

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    Pictures would help.
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    Pictures are pretty necessary to identify a firearm.
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