Description: This is a typical Plaines /mountain man muzzleloader rifle (circa early to mid-1800s). Features include a long barrel and decorative stock. Although this weapon is of the black powder type, it is not smooth bore but rifled, which makes it deadly even at long range. It is also decorated with several brass tacks and has two eagle feathers attached, which would indicate an Indian owned it.
Size: 16″x 3″x 1″ relief
Edition of 100 signed and numbered