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This rifle is the style of George Kreps of Hagerstown, Md. school of gunmaking about 1790-1800.

The .50 cal. swamped Rice barrel is 44 inches long and 1 inch at the breech. The barrel is held by 4 steel wedges with brass heads.

The lock is a Chambers' Golden Age, highly modified with a replacement hammer and top jaw.

The release for the handmade patchbox is a button in the toe plate.