The Edward Marshall Rifle



This rifle is a copy of the early flintlock rifle owned by Edward Marshall, who is known as the runner in the infamous Walking Purchase of 1737, where the sons of William Penn defrauded the Delaware Indian nation out of a large tract of land.

The original rifle is on display at the Bucks County, Pennsylvania Historical Society. This recreation was built by contemporary rifle maker, Rube Wilson, using a Jim Chambers kit.

In the video I'll give you a good look at the rifle's features, and then I'll take it to the range to show what it can do.

    • Uploaded: 12/11/2018