Well my father was cleaning out his mother's house and moving her into a retirement home and came across this. Its an old .22 long rifle, really old and beat up. It may be from my great grandfather's collection (or maybe even older?). It only holds one round as far as I can tell and I BELIEVE it has a falling block action. Which before this gun I had never heard of (let alone seen, I'm a gun nut, but not as much as many of you-thank you wikipedia for the name of it). I cant discern a brand name on it. Its obviously not a museum piece(rust covered), but I would like to know what it is, what its worth (not interested in selling at all) and just to know about the history of the gun. Ive done some research and some of the stuff I saw said it could be pre-1900 but I am likely misidentifying it. And I thought I'd make this the first (i think) new thread I've started here too, mostly just lurking around. If theres anything on the gun that could help you ID it, I can take a pic of it and Thanks for the help in advance!