19th century. See Stone p.257. The Kabyles were a Berber people in northern Algeria who fought the French in the 19th century. 61” length with 47” tapered barrel with faceted muzzle. Large flint lock. The stock decorated with a pair of T form mounts, probably based on the cross which was a popular theme among Muslims in North Africa, most notably used for the horns of the elegant Tuareg saddles. The gun well-worn as encountered for genuine historic examples which were carried on the desert and subject to considerable adverse weather.