This is an interesting flintlock musket that may - or may not - represent any historical arm. While somewhat crude looking, it is solidly built and fully functional. Reading on this very forum deems them safe. It has a 32.25" browned smoothbore barrel of around .69 caliber. It is octagonal for about 12" before turning round. Despite what you may have read, this is not a two piece barrel. The bore is mostly shiny, but their are some areas that appear to be fouling residue that my undersized brushes can't remove. The stock is two piece with large brass patchbox. There are also fish shaped brass inlays. Stock has some nicks and bumps, but no cracks. Could make a nice knockabout gun. $300 + Shipping.