The Kentucky Long Rifle, used by Davy Crockett at the Battle of the Alamo. #22-1137.
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The Alamo Kentucky Long Rifle
- Extremely accurate for its time, the Kentucky Rifle was one of the first to feature a rifled barrel to impart spin and accuracy when fired. Most often associated with Daniel Boone on the Early American frontier, and with Davy Crockett at the Battle of the Alamo, the Kentucky Rifle played a pivotal role in the westward expansion of the US in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Our replica is 59 inches long and weighs 5 pounds, with a working lock and firing mechanism, and ornamental brass trim.