Hi guys, Here is a peculiar example of experimental muzzle-loading percussion rifle. Unlike common muzzle-loaders, the gun has its percussion nipple in the center of its receiver end. Another distinctive feature of the gun is grip safety lever on the upper tang. We need to securely grasp the lever when pulling the trigger. In order to avoid blowback of combustion gas from the percussion nipple, the hammer is locked in the forward position while the safety lever is held. When disassembling the gun, the action-mechanism can be detached from the stock by unscrewing two knobs on each end of trigger-guard. The barrel is secured to the stock with barrel bands. So, the barrel and the action can be detached from the stock without using any tools. The gun’s rear sight is flip-type and has three sight leaves for different range. The gun has a marking which can be read as “MORAV” or “MORAY” under the barrel and also a proof marking of “crown” and “M”. When I bought this gun, they told me that the gun is Swiss made. However, most Swiss guns don’t have crown proof marking on them, and now I have no idea where and by whom the gun was manufactured. The gun is made in superb quality and looks like French made. Its buttstock has Tyrolean-type shoulder rest. I hope someone has more information about the gun…??