Rifle “rašak”, 18th to 19th century

The “rašak” rifle, as well as the “karanfilka” rifle, belongs to the long rifles (169 cm), whose iron barrel is connected to the stock with seven brass rings, while both the butt and the stock are lined with decorated brass sheet. At the front sight, a square stamp with the representation of a horse in motion is imprinted, and between the sight is written the name of the master and the place (BEZ) ALO – ANZINI FEBRART. The sole with a spring system is outside and is also decorated, and the trigger is straight with a ball-shaped end. The butt is made of wood, thin and bent, with a tip that is “forked”, ie. shaped to lie better on the shoulder.

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