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Late one afternoon in 2015, Greg S. Murry, a black-powder rifle maker in Columbia, Tennessee, crouched over his workshop bench and tapped a drift punch with a hammer. Pins more than two hundred years old fell out of the forestock of an American muzzle-loading long rifle. Murry’s hands were shaking.

By his side stood the gun’s owner, a woman descended from Samuel Crockett III, who with his son Andrew operated a

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