Flintlock Kentucky Rifle
In the mid 18th Century this rifle was favoured by hunters and frontiersmen and later was changed to percussion by the first half of the 19th century, the rifle was favoured for its long barrel for its range and accuracy over other guns of the time often in a bore of 40 or 45 cal.
The rifle had been developed by German and Swiss gunsmiths who had come to the Americas and settled in Pennsylvania at the time it also had become known as the Pennsylvania rifle but the term Kentucky rifle was a popular term with Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone.
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