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Awesome. I'm must swapping notes back and forth for the OP. I could not care less about rollers, personally.

Thanks for your - whatever.


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I am looking to give it a new home and now I can semi intelligently say what it is ,what its not and also where the most interest lies I think I can say its a late model Rem roller No1 maybe a No5 custom and add something about the Gove influence on the gun too very helpful info all of it

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It turns out I am getting the build history of the gun from Jack Haugh's Grandson!!! Ill post it if anyone is interested in seeing it

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Originally Posted by Discus420
It turns out I am getting the build history of the gun from Jack Haugh's Grandson!!! Ill post it if anyone is interested in seeing it


Absolutely. Knowing the barrel maker in particular, may add some additional value. Do you know the approximate date?


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Originally Posted by BrentD, Prof
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It turns out I am getting the build history of the gun from Jack Haugh's Grandson!!! Ill post it if anyone is interested in seeing it


Absolutely. Knowing the barrel maker in particular, may add some additional value. Do you know the approximate date?

Not yet I will have answers in a week or so . Jack Haugh did the whole rifle from top to bottom and his grandson has the records as the Gun shop is still open and has been handed down to Jacks son Frank then now on to Cole his Grandson I will make sure I get the barrel info

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Jack Haugh was a very well respected American gunmaker. I believe he specialized in early American and English style firearms. If you do a search of him you should be able to find some pertinent information on him. You don't see his work come up for sale often. Some other forum sites have already been suggested which would be a good place to start for additional information. He was a master gunmaker and craftsman who performed all the work on most of his creations- wood, metal and engraving. His grandson should be a wealth of info, his son if still living. You have a wonderful firearm by a very well respected maker. Caveat, I have no relation to this man other than what I have read and heard over the years- always held in the highest esteem.

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I believe that Jack started making replicas of early American flintlock rifles, don’t remember which styles and moved on to modern custom rifles and as has been mentioned, he did it all. Actually Cole is Jacks son and Frank must be the grandson.

Never have talked to Frank, but a number of times with Cole. Last time, a few years ago I’d called him to compliment him on a stock fitting and checkering job he’d done for me and he indicated his son had done the checkering, but didn’t mention the sons name. I think there are some prior threads on this site that mention both Jack and Cole and the quality of their workmanship!


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Jack was one of the icons of American gunmakers, mastering the gunmakers art all the way from the American Longrifle up to modern contemporary styles. He is missed.

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If any of you know of where a for sale copy of the book "Jack T. Haugh" by Mel Hankla is located I would appreciate you informing me as I have been unable to locate one for some time.

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This guy can positively ID your action,,,, But I wouldn't worry about it, its a fine rifle whatever the action is!!! http://www.rollingblockparts.com/

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