This original M1816 reconversion is in excellent condition with a very nice stock and all original furniture.
The lock is nicely stamped with very crisp markings and no rust or pitting. The cock, frizzen, frizzen spring, and pan are reproductions which were aged perfectly to match the lock. The cock holds solid on both full and half cock and the frizzen spring is nice and crisp.
The barrel was very neatly re-converted back to flint; and the bore is good with no major pitting.
The stock is good with crisp edges and no chips, major cracks, or burnout. The butt stock has some superficial "drying cracks" that don't effect the gun's structural integrity The original inspector's cartouches are still very visible on the lock panel.
The furniture is all original including the ramrod; which is full length.