A faithful and functional reproduction of the gun originally made by Ferdinand and Francis Cook in Georgia during the later part of the Civil War. One of only a few rifles developed and manufactured by the Confederacy during the Civil War, it was primarily used to outfit artillery soldiers and skirmishers. It is a compact, fast-handling firearm with a round, 24", .58-caliber rifled barrel with a hardwood stock and two barrel bands. Adjustable sights. Right hand only. Barrel length: 24" with a 1-in-48" rate of twist. Caliber: .58 caliber. Overall length: 40-1/2". Weight: 8.6 lbs.