This is a really nice looking rifle that shows some characteristics of guns made by Henry Mauger. It has a part round, part octagon smoothbore barrel of just over 47" in length, 60 caliber or so. The rifle is 62"+ overall with a wonderful Roman-nosed curve to the buttstock. It's built on a great piece of tightly curled maple that's all in one piece with minimal nicks and dings. It has the original butt and toe-plates but the lock and sideplate are replacements and the sideplate is a Phyllis Diller (prior to any surgery, if you know what I mean). This gun is a good-looking Kentucky and displays really well. A little bit of TLC by a collector would make it even better.