A neat little half stock rifle in the style of Jacob and Caleb Vincent of Ohio. This rifle was built with silver mountings and was incise carved to the rear of the cheekpiece. The Davis “squirrel lock” with its cast in engraving further enhanced the look of this light little […]
A Bedford County style rifle in 36-cal. This slim rifle featured a typical Bedford County style percussion lock. The patchbox has a Q type final often used on these guns. The floral carving is also typical of this school that continued to build ornate guns into the percussion period.