Indian Owned Cut-down 1857 Remington Maynard Tape Primer Conversion Rifle
This cut-down, Indian blanket gun is the unusual Remington 1816 flintlock musket converted to percussion in 1857 using the Maynard Tape primer system. The barrel is shorten to 16 1/2" long and the stock is decorated with small brass tacks.
U S marked on the butt plate and two oval Inspector's cartouches on the left side of the stock.
The military US marked scabbard is also cut-down to fit the rifle.
.69 cal. Overall length; 32" - Barrel: 16 1/2"
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