This original mid 19th Century Long Rifle is a great example of a typical percussion hunting rifle typically attributed to the South.
The plain "Schimmel" or "Poor Boy" style rifle is all original with the exception of the ram rod. The lock holds solid on full cock (like most long rifles with set triggers, there is no half cock). The set triggers function correctly.
The stock is sound, despite some superficial cracks in the left side of the butt stock.
The barrel is full length and the bore is roughly .40 caliber. The rifling at the muzzle is sharp.