Much like its sister gun the Kentucky Rifle, the Kentucky Long Rifle has played an important part in shaping American history. These rifles used a special technique called rifling. Rifling was simply a term when referring to a gun that featured inner spirals in the barrel. The spirals acted as a tool to help the ball rotate after it was fired. The rotation of the ball was said to increase the accuracy of the shot. This replica of the Kentucky Long Rifle is an exact look alike to the original. Carefully crafted, even the most knowledgeable gunsmith might have a hard time differentiating between the two. This piece measures 59 inches and weighs a mere 5 pounds.
This replica firearm is NON-FIRING and cannot be made to fire real ammunition. You must 18 years of age or older to purchase.
California and Kansas: To comply with state law, residents purchasing a replica firearm must also order a frame or presentation box with the weapon. Each replica firearm we sell has a pine display frame option for $30 if no other display frame or box is selected from our website.
New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Puerto Rico: Post- 1898 replica firearms cannot be shipped to these locations (NY and PR have some exceptions).
Canada: We can no longer ship replica firearms to Canada; Customs is seizing all models, no matter the age.
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