The Pulaski Rifle was built in a custom gun makers shop in Pulaski County, Tennessee. This fine rifle was contracted by the Confederacy to be built off the 1841 Mississippi pattern rifled Musket. It was manufactured using the Sporter Firearm locks and parts, however it had the look of the Military 1841 Mississippi. It is known that there were approximately 200-500 rifles manufactured.
Manufacturer: L. Romano Rifle Co.
Overall Length: 48 3/4 Inches
Barrel Length: 33 Inches
Rifling: 5 Lands & Groves
Sights: Blade Front & Semi Buck Horn Rear
Stock: American Black Walnut
Markings: On left side of barrel breech stamped: PULASKI. T. C.S.A. 61.