Engraving of elderly Daniel Boone hunting with long rifle; circa 1861, with autograph at bottom. Engraving by Alonzo Chappel (1828 - 1887); public domain image on Wikipedia.
Elderly Daniel Boone with long rifle; [file:field-file-main-description] Photo by [file:field-file-photographer]/[file:field-file-source] ([file:field-file-license]).
Official State Firearm of Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania long rifle was designated the official state firearm of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2014. All Military & Firearm Symbols
The "Kentucky Long Rifle" was originally known as the "Pennsylvania Long Rifle" because it was originally developed and produced in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Daniel Boone, a native Pennsylvanian born in Berks County, took his Pennsylvania long rifle to Kentucky.