Don't know what it is but its old
First what I know. Many years ago, my great great great Grandfather came up out of Alabama during the Civil War (Always thought my family was from Georgia). Somewhere in the North Georgia area, the ladies came out to feed the troops. My GGGGranddaddy fell for one young lady and told her that she would wait for him and him made it back, he would marry her. He made it back and they married and here I am. This is his gun as told by my aunt. All my relatives that have any knowledge about it are now gone. There is no Brand/Model/serial number on it. It is simply a double barrel gun. Sorry I can't a photo of the entire gun but the details wouldn't show.
Now about it. Notice the wooden stick used to mash down the powder and paper. When I put it in one barrel it does almost all the way down. In the other barrel, the stick sticks out about a foot. What is clogging the barrel? Wasp nest? Mud and dirt? Powder and ball redy to go? No idea. One of the hammers is broken off as you can see. I would not attempt to pull either back or do anything except hand it on the wall.
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