This gun was built in the general style of those produced in the southern mountains. The iron hardware is rust browned as is the 42 inch long Green Mountain 7/8 inch straight 50 cal. Barrel. The barrel has a long tang ending in a “lollypop.” This theme is also reflected in the termination of the entry pipe. The butt stock has a “grease hole” for those who desire to fill it with their favorite solid type patch lubricant. The lock is a Chambers late Ketland with the plate cosmetically modified. The double set triggers are by R.E. Davis. This rifle is an excellent value for someone looking for a “no frills” field rifle. At 7¼ pounds, the gun is a joy to carry as well as to shoot.