Re: Jukar Rifle in .45 Parts?
OK--I'm 95% sure what you have is the CVA Kentucky Long Rifle in .45 cal. You're in luck--this one didn't have an under-rib but had the ferruls (aka thimbles) attached directly to the bottom of the forestock. I suppose, because they were cheaper to make, the stocks are in two pieces joined at a brass plate.
Google "CVA Kentucky Long Rifle kit" and you'll find all kinds of examples. One thing you will immediately notice is that your front sight is a$$ backwards. I think all that you are missing are some screws, the ferrules and rear sight. Not sure how the barrels attached. if that dovetail you show is on the bottom of the barrel, and was not meant for the rear sight, then there is a plate that attaches there through which a key or metal pin is used to hold the barrel. I'm not explaining that too well, but you'll figure it out.