Thanks for the new topic: This type rifle may not be for everyone, but since this is the first post here, thought I'd do it with one of the best - if not the best. George Gibbs-Metford 0.461" match rifle with sights in leather box, Gain twist estimated to finish at about 1:18. Most percussion match rifles were plain with little or no engraving - made for shooting. Ones fully engraved are just not seen much. Notice the worn case, but it has protected the rifle in its 150 year life. Not shown is the hand balance scale that was in the case. Gun was imported into the USA in the late 40's - early 50's, been our family since. Too bad not my immediate one.