Category Archives: Kentucky Rifles

Kentucky Rifle – incised carved

The rifle being discussed here  is a beautiful, slender rifle with a 47 inch octagon to round barrel for buck and ball. There is no patch box installed on this rifle but it has a lot of incised carving around … Continue reading

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Kentucky Rifle – 1795

This is a nice, clean, original rifle, stocked in nice curly maple with it’s original flintlock, signed ” Wheeler “. It has a 42 inch octagon barrel, with deep rifling, and is 50 caliber. All mounts are brass and the … Continue reading

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Kentucky Rifle – M. Jacob – incised carved

This rifle has a derringer style patch box, original flintlock and nice incised carving on the left side of the butt under the cheek rest, the lower ram rod pipe, barrel tang and around the lock plates. It is stocked … Continue reading

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A raised carved, flintlock Kentucky rifle by N. Stephenson

This rifle has beautiful raised carving at the rear of the cheek piece,  behind the tang, along the wrist and behind the rear ramrod thimble. It has a sliding wood patch box cover with engraved brass borders surrounded by finely … Continue reading

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German Flintlock Jaeger Rifle

This is an early rifle. Even though it is a German Hunting rifle, this style of weapon was common among soldiers, foreign and domestic,  during the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars. Another notable fact about these German rifles is … Continue reading

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