A very nice example of a volunteer flintlock Baker rifle, circa 1810. This regulation rifle of 45.75 inches with a 30.375 inch sighted, rifled barrel ( rifling is worn ) Full English walnut stock with ramrod expansion groove and regulation brass mounts. This rifle does not have the raised cheek piece or the patch box. The .625 bore barrel with front and rear sights and also the sword bayonet bar. The fully working lock (has a small amount of pitting) showing the GR under Crown and also the regulation acceptance stamps, the tail of the lock is stamped Whatel, the maker. This is a very nice example, all genuine, with no replacements parts.