Re: Historical inquiry/identification
In the early 1800s, guns were specially built. The idea of interchangeable parts was a relatively new thing, and it was just beginning to catch on with firearms.
At this time, there were hundreds (probably thousands) of gunsmiths making firearms that were very similar in form and function. Each was, for all intents and purposes, it's own company and model.
I would guess the "long rifle" style, but there is nothing definitive to say that.
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