NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA BUCK & BALL GUN

This piece has a very slender look and a nice drop butt and thin wrist. The barrel is 49 & 3/4 inches long giving the piece a total length of 65 & 3/4 inches. The barrel is round with a flat top running the full length which is void of any markings. It has two sights, the rear site being copper,  while the front sight is silver. The bore looks to be 45 or 50 caliber.  The original flintlock is marked ” Ketland & Co. ” and is in working condition, holding at half and full cock. The mounts are brass, a wide trigger guard, three ramrod pipes, two lock plates in a tear drop and fan shape and a thick butt plate. The original ramrod is hickory with a brass tip. The carved beaver tail stock is walnut,  ” in the black ” .

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