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 the lock plates, fore arm and on the cheek side of the butt.  It exhibits a beautiful curly maple stock and original flint lock. It has initials on the top flat of the barrel but I can not identify the maker.  If anyone can identify the marking, please contact me.



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One Response to Kentucky Rifle – incised carved

  1. Heath says:

    I have a rifle that has alot of carvings of the same design, and would also like any info about it if anyone knows. My rifle is a made for a left hand person. Thanks Heath

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