Lancaster County, Pennsylvania pre shaped stock, non-inlet,
13/16", 7/8", or 15/16" octagon, 42" barrel
Our classic 1790 - 1810 era Lancaster County longrifle fullstock is from the “golden age of longrifles”, following our revolution. Refined from earlier designs, this graceful longrifle stock from the end of the flint era is thought to be the high point of artistic achievement, by many collectors, shooters, and rifle builders.

Cut for a 13/16", 7/8", or 15/16” straight octagon 42” barrel, with a 3/8” rod hole drilled full depth. Pull length is up to 14-3/4”, drop is 3-1/2” from sights. Butt end is about 5” x 1-5/8”, not cut for the buttplate. The ramrod hole and channel is drilled full depth for a 3/8" diameter ramrod. This stock has a shaped forend, crisp lock panels, straight cheek piece, and is not cut for the buttplate, so you may choose to hand inlet a buttplate of your choice. Not inlet for a specific trigger, hand inlet your favorite in this nice stock. Lock panels are shaped, with no lock mortise cut.

Specifications for non-inlet stocks:
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