M1860/67 Long Lund.
This rifle is a rebuilt M1860 kammerlader. This is one of the two
main alteration models from chamber loading to the brass cartridge.
Read more about the other alteration, the Landmark, here. Lunds
patent that is mentioned here was based on replacing the chamber
with a compact steel brick where the firing pin went inside. The
ignition was done the same way as before with the cock beneath
the lock, but the cock was prolonged so that it would reach the firing
pin. Today a lot of these rifles has center firing, but in the army only
rim fired. Most of these rifles are modified from long 4 linjers
chamber loaders M1860, but a small number were actually built
brand new with Lunds patent at Kongsberg Arms Factory. Those
guns are called 4 linjers long Lundsgevær M1867. The only difference between the long and short Lund rifle is the extra barrel band on the long Lund and that the barrel is 910 mm, while it is only 755 mm on the short Lund. An original cartridge is seen next to a .22LR round in the gallery.