Gasser, Spital/Swiss

Circa 1850.

Octagonal barrel becoming round, with a seven-groove rifled bore in 10.5 mm caliber and a shortened muzzle. Dovetailed front sight, an adjustable rear sight, and a peep sight. Signed "GASSER IN SPITAL" on the breech. Lightly engraved percussion lock, the rebounding hammer has a (later) fence. There is an additional safety on the forearm for the double set trigger. Walnut half stock with partially engraved iron furniture. Length: 113 cm.


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