This rifle has a 34" octagon barrel that is 1" across the flats. Rear of barrel is stamped "Remington". Rifled bore measures 0.365" land to land. Lock is marked "Warren & Steele, Albany". Fancy DST's. Brass buttplate, toe plate, patchbox, trigger guard, and rear thimble are scroll engraved. That rear brass thimble has been hit by a returning ramrod so many times that the front portion is gone. Patchbox is hinged downward. The left cheek piece is inlaid with a German silver hog, and the barrel key escutcheon is also German silver. Fore end cap is pewter. Barrel rib includes two steel thimbles. The 5/16" ramrod is missing, but it will "tag bottom" inside the stock at a point even with the breach plug. The breach plug tang at one time was equipped with a screwed-in peep sight. Both barrel sights are incorrect replacements. This gun needs some work to restore to original appearance. Can anyone out there show pictures of other Remington rifles?