.57 caliber (20 gauge full choke), 34" round barrel. Walnut pistol gripped stock. Assembled single shot percussion shotgun from various parts, probably from several other dismantled guns, with some crude, newly made parts as well from time of assembly. Possibly a Depression era attempt to make a serviceable small game gun from available components in the Appalachian region of America.
Poor. Metal heavily oxidized with some pitting. Not mechanically functional, bore poor. Stock cracked through the lock mortise with wood loss at bolster and breech as well. Relic condition.