504 caliber for heavy White slip fit bullets, AAA walnut with great grain structure and strength, stainless steel barrels and actions, coil mainsprings, copies Pauley’s 1812 patent for the very first inline rifle, uses #11 or musket caps (for dangerous game), double triggers, all iron mounts and furniture, double safety with one incorporated in the separate cocking handles and another controlling both barrels (locks the sear) with thumb control adjustable for either left or right side. Pauley’s hammers are false and are used to cock the in-line hammer. The triggers are Doc’s invention, only improving on Pauley’s concept
This rifle is meant for big loads with big bullets for use on big,
dangerous game. 150 grains 777 or Pyrodex P plus a 600 (+) grain bullet
recommended. There are double recoil lugs to hold that recoil, plus
hooked breeches for easy access and cleaning.