This attractive .50 caliber flintlock Virginia longrifle is stocked in dark stained curly maple. The stock has a modest amount of randomly spaced figure from muzzle to butt. A sliding wood patchbox is fitted to the buttstock. The stock has a aged patina with small dents, dings, and handling marks. The Germanic influenced brass furniture is finished to a dark patina and the 39" octagon-to-round barrel is finished to a silvery gray patina.
The 39" octagon-to-round barrel has a 12" octagon breech with a short transition to sixteen flats with a wedding band transition to round. The .50 caliber bore is cut rifled with eight lands and grooves with a slow twist for a tightly patched round ball. Based on the style of rifling the barrel appears to be the work of Green Mountain Barrel Company. The barrel has a silvery gray finish. The blued rear sight is 9-3/4" ahead of the breech. A low brass blade front sight is dovetailed behind the muzzle.
Copy and photos from Track of the Wolf.