Antique Long Guns

Full of a unique history all their own, we maintain large collection of antique long guns for sale at Collectors Firearms. Find Flintlock antique long guns and antique air rifles among our extensive stock. Keep up to date with our growing inventory of antique long guns by checking back frequently, or see our full list of new arrivals as they come in.

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  • Marlin 1893 Rifle.
30-30 Caliber. Metal has a dark gray patina. Wood is good. Bore is excellent. Gun looks like it has been used and carried, but is not overly worn.

    Marlin 1893 Rifle. (AL4447 )

    $895.00

    Marlin 1893 Rifle. 30-30 Caliber. Metal has a dark gray patina. Wood is good. Bore is excellent. Gun looks like it has been used and carried, but is not overly worn.

  • Burnside 2nd Model Civil War Carbine.
Early burnisides are scarce guns to find. This gun has a smooth brown patina throughout. Action works well. Bore has visible rifling along with pitting. Hard to find 2nd model carbine!

    Burnside 2nd Model Civil War Carbine. (AL4446)

    $3,295.00

    Burnside 2nd Model Civil War Carbine. Early burnisides are scarce guns to find. This gun has a smooth brown patina throughout. Action works well. Bore has visible rifling along with pitting. Hard to find 2nd model...

  • Marlin 1889 Riffle.
32-20 Caliber. Nice sharp gun with a smooth brown patina throughout the metal. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Wood shows typical use and is all original. Overall a nice clean sharp gun!

    Marlin 1889 Riffle. (AL4445)

    $1,495.00

    Marlin 1889 Riffle. 32-20 Caliber. Nice sharp gun with a smooth brown patina throughout the metal. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Wood shows typical use and is all original. Overall a nice clean sharp gun!

  • Superb Springfield 1870 Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine.
This is the best Springfield 1870 Trapdoor in existence hands down. It has all of the blue on the barrel, black on the trapdoor and case colors on the lock and hammer. Wood is fantastic with perfect cartouches. Even the butt plate has all of the blue. The best part is this gun is all original. Bore is excellent. The 1870 carbines are very rare as only 341 were produced. Very rare gun and the finest example out there.

    Superb Springfield 1870 Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine (AL4444)

    $25,000.00

    Superb Springfield 1870 Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine. This is the best Springfield 1870 Trapdoor in existence hands down. It has all of the blue on the barrel, black on the trapdoor and case colors on the lock and hammer...

  • English Volley Gun by W.Parker.
Very neat 7 barrel English Volley gun. This gun is in 52 caliber with 16” barrels. The stock is very fine as refinished. Checkering is nice and sharp. This gun was originally a flintlock, but has been converted to percussion. The barrels have a dark gray patina. The barrel address was damaged and is only partially present. The left hand side barrel looks to have some repair. Overall a very neat English Volley Gun. These rarely come up on the market.

    English Volley Gun by W.Parker. (AL4443 )

    $12,500.00

    English Volley Gun by W.Parker. Very neat 7 barrel English Volley gun. This gun is in 52 caliber with 16” barrels. The stock is very fine as refinished. Checkering is nice and sharp. This gun was originally a...

  • Chilean Model 1895 7mm caliber rifle.
Made by Leowe in the 1890’s. Serial numbers are matching, except for the cleaning rod. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.
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    Chilean Model 1895 7mm (AL4442)

    $649.95

    Chilean Model 1895 7mm caliber rifle. Made by Leowe in the 1890’s. Serial numbers are matching, except for the cleaning rod. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition...

  • Remington Zouave 1863 Rifle.
Remington Zouave rifle. Lock is dated 1863. Cartouche is crisp. Very good overall condition.
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    Remington Zouave 1863 Rifle (AL4441)

    $2,150.00

    Remington Zouave 1863 Rifle. Remington Zouave rifle. Lock is dated 1863. Cartouche is crisp. Very good overall condition.  

  • Remington Zouave 1863 Rifle.
Remington Zouave rifle dated 1863 on lock. Wood near excellent with sharp cartouche. Very good plus overall condition.
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    Remington Zouave 1863 Rifle (AL4440)

    $2,250.00

    Remington Zouave Remington Zouave rifle dated 1863 on lock. Wood near excellent with sharp cartouche. Very good plus overall condition.  

  • German Model 1871 Carbine.
German model 1871 carbine made in 1876. Receiver is marked “OESTERR.WAFFB.GES”. Serial numbers are matching. Bore has strong rifling. Wood has sharp cartouches. Butt plate is unit marked twice/ One marking is “B.1.T.L.11.7” (Bayerisches Armeekorps I Train-Batalion, Feldlararmett II, Waffe NR.7) lined out. The second is “B.R.F.2.35” (Bayerisches Reserve-Fuhrparkkolonne 2, Waffe NR.35). A very good model 71 carbine with 2 unit markings.

    German Model 1871 Carbine (AL4439)

    $1,995.00

    German Model 1871 Carbine. German model 1871 carbine made in 1876. Receiver is marked “OESTERR.WAFFB.GES”. Serial numbers are matching. Bore has strong rifling. Wood has sharp cartouches. Butt plate is unit...

  • Argentine model 1891/31 7.65x53 caliber rifle.
Engineer’s carbine. Made by “DMW” during the 1890’s and arsenal converted during the early 1930’s to a carbine. Serial numbers are matching, except for the wood. Bore is excellent. Crest is unground. Very good overall condition.

    Argentine model 1891/31 7.65x53 (AL4438)

    $1,195.00

    Argentine model 1891/31 7.65x53 caliber rifle. Engineer’s carbine. Made by “DMW” during the 1890’s and arsenal converted during the early 1930’s to a carbine. Serial numbers are matching, except...

  • Enfield Martini-Henry .577-.450 caliber rifle.
Made in 1888 with long lever. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Metal has a brown patina. Wood has several cartouches. Good-very good overall condition.

    Enfield Martini-Henry .577-.450 (AL4437)

    $899.95

    Enfield Martini-Henry .577-.450 caliber rifle. Made in 1888 with long lever. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Metal has a brown patina. Wood has several cartouches. Good-very good overall condition.

  • Spencer Sporting .56-46 caliber rifle.
Serial #353, .56-46 Spencer, 28” round barrel. About very good bore showing frosting, oxidation and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this rifle have worn to gun-metal overall with areas of darker gray oxidation, freckling, pinprick pitting, dings and small tool marks scattered throughout. The marking on the top of the action has softened some but remains quite clear. The straight grip walnut stock and forend remain in good overall condition displaying nice figure and well defined edges on its fluted comb. There are areas of worn finish and small dings, chips, abrasions and handling marks throughout, along with a 1” chip at the rear right side corner of the forend, a 4½” older repaired crack running from the top of the wrist to the right side lockplate and four additional small hairline cracks below the lockplate.

The buttstock is fitted rather shy of the frame and exhibits a very little bit of play. The half cock notch is no longer functional and there is a small crack on the left side of the chamber. The hammer is still quite crisp at full cock and the mechanism appears to be fully functional. The folding ladder rear sight and front blade sight are present. The rear of the frame is drilled for the tang sight that unfortunately, is missing. The magazine tube is present. The barrel and frame are numbered alike, along with all of the other major components matching by assembly number “335”. This Spencer sporting rifle is a good example of a well-used but honest piece.

    Spencer Sporting .56-46 caliber rifle.(AL4434 )

    $2,995.00

    Spencer Sporting .56-46 caliber rifle. Serial #353, .56-46 Spencer, 28” round barrel. About very good bore showing frosting, oxidation and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this rifle have worn to...

  • Buffalo Sharps 1874 Montana Shipped Rifle.
Made in 1879. This gun was originally shipped to Schuyler, Hartly & Graham. Then it was sent to Peter Bergernon in Cheyenne, Montana. The top of the barrel is marked “P. Bergerson”. There are no sharps marking and the gun is in .40-100 Sharps, making this a Bergersen made barrel. Metal is sharp but mostly gray patina. Gun has been mounted with scope that is 31¾” long. Stock is very good as altered. The buttstock has been shaved down into a cheek piece cut out. A patchbox has been added on the right hand side of the stock.

Mr. Bergersen was a gunsmith and at one time city marshal among other things in Cheyenne, Montana. He immigrated from Norway in 1876 and lived in Cheyenne till his death in 1930. He apparently rode his bicycle into a parked truck and fell over dead or died of a concussion a week later at age 79. This is a really neat Sharps being shipped to Montana and having all of the neat modifications and frontier gunsmithing. Gun comes with a factory letter as well as a bunch of other historic research material.

    Buffalo Sharps 1874 Montana Shipped Rifle (AL4433 )

    $22,500.00

    Buffalo Sharps 1874 Montana Shipped Rifle. Made in 1879. This gun was originally shipped to Schuyler, Hartly & Graham. Then it was sent to Peter Bergernon in Cheyenne, Montana. The top of the barrel is marked “P...

  • Very Unusual French Pieri Thumb Trigger Carbine.
Very interesting gun. We were only able to find a reference for it online from the Springfield Armory Museum. This gun is marked “Compagnie des armes Peiri/ Pieri Gondrant & Cie Paris”. The top is marked No.5 which we believe is the serial number. Wood is very good. There is an expert repair at the wrist. Metal is in the white. This is a very unusual gun that on first appearance resembles a Remington Keene. It does not have a trigger guard nor traditional trigger. This gun operates as a thumb trigger. This is very well made. In the text that we found online it says there are some of these known to be made at the Gilsent I factory in Brescia. This gun however is Paris marked.

    Very Unusual French Pieri Thumb Trigger Carbine (AL4432)

    $6,750.00

    Very Unusual French Pieri Thumb Trigger Carbine. Very interesting gun. We were only able to find a reference for it online from the Springfield Armory Museum. This gun is marked “Compagnie des armes Peiri/ Pieri...

  • Marlin 1893 .30-30 caliber rifle.
.30-30 Caliber. Barrel has 85% of the original blue. Frame has turned to a light cartridge brownish patina. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Wood is very fine. This is a nice sharp gun with a lot of original finish!

    Marlin 1893 .30-30 caliber rifle.(R23011)

    $1,895.00

    Marlin 1893 .30-30 caliber rifle. .30-30 Caliber. Barrel has 85% of the original blue. Frame has turned to a light cartridge brownish patina. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Wood is very fine. This is a nice sharp gun...

  • Very Fine Springfield 2nd Model Allin Conversion
Top notch gun! Barrel has just a slight patina on the bright metal finish. Trapdoor has 90% of the arsenal black. Wood is excellent with a sharp cartouche. Bore is excellent. Very fine all original gun!

    Very Fine Springfield 2nd Model Allin Conversion (AL4429)

    $4,500.00

    Very Fine Springfield 2nd Model Allin Conversion Top notch gun! Barrel has just a slight patina on the bright metal finish. Trapdoor has 90% of the arsenal black. Wood is excellent with a sharp cartouche. Bore is excellent...

  • Factory Engraved Sharps 1853 Sporting .44 caliber rifle.
.44 Caliber 23⅝” octagon barrel with a very good deeply rifled barrel. The barrel length is unusual and if it was shortened it was done during the period of use and done very neatly. The muzzle shows as much age as any other part of the rifle. In our opinion, this is the length it left the factory. The rifle features extensive wonderful loose relief floral scroll with punch dot shaded background on the action, lock, hammer, barrel, lever, action tangs, patchbox and top of buttplate. The barrel shows proper three-line Hartford address and proper patent markings appears on the lock and action. All marking remains clear and legible with all matching numbers. The barrel bears a lovely mix of original brown finish and gray -brown patina with more gray on high edges. The action and lock are also a lovely even and smooth mix of original color case-hardened finish and smooth patina with sharp and very crisp engraving. The lower tang holds factory adjustable double set triggers which function properly. The plain walnut buttstock and forend rate very good plus with nice color and just normal light handling marks. The pewter nose cap is engraved with a name that appears to be “Jerome B. Mourbelt”. The spelling of the last name is somewhat difficult to decipher. It could be a variant of the name we listed.

The rifle comes with a letter from Dr. R.L. Moore stating that the rifle was received into inventory on December 28, 1855 as an octagon barreled 1853 sporting rifle in .44 caliber and that it was indeed factory engraved. There is no mention of the double triggers but they are mounted in the engraved lower tang and appear original in all respects. Factory engraved Sharps are rare and this is a very honest and fine example.

    Factory Engraved Sharps 1853 Sporting .44 (AL4427)

    $12,950.00

    Factory Engraved Sharps 1853 Sporting .44 caliber rifle. .44 Caliber 23⅝” octagon barrel with a very good deeply rifled barrel. The barrel length is unusual and if it was shortened it was done during the period of use...

  • Scarce Spencer Sporting .44 caliber rifle.
Very neat gun with a brown patina throughout the metal. Gun shows a fair amount of use, but not abused. Wood is very good with a small chip at the comb and a chip off of the left hand side of the forearm. Action works perfectly. Bore has strong rifling but is dark in the grooves. Hammer spur was shortened but still easy to cock. This gun is in .44 caliber.

    Scarce Spencer Sporting .44 caliber rifle (AL4426 )

    $3,500.00

    Scarce Spencer Sporting .44 caliber rifle. Very neat gun with a brown patina throughout the metal. Gun shows a fair amount of use, but not abused. Wood is very good with a small chip at the comb and a chip off of the left...

  • North & Skinner Revolving .44 caliber rifle.
Scarce gun. .44 caliber revolving rifle with a half octagon and half round barrel. This gun has light pitting throughout and a lighter gray patina. Stock is very good and has a patchbox on the left hand side of the buttstock =. Very good revolving rifle.

    North & Skinner Revolving .44 caliber (AL4425)

    $5,500.00

    North & Skinner Revolving .44 caliber rifle. Scarce gun. .44 caliber revolving rifle with a half octagon and half round barrel. This gun has light pitting throughout and a lighter gray patina. Stock is very good and has...

  • Slotter & Co. Double Key Plains .50 caliber rifle.
Very neat well made gun! 33½” Barrel with .50 caliber bore. This gun has a double keyed barrel which is a premium feature on these plains style guns. The barrel has a mixture of original brown finish and brown patina. All edges are nice and sharp. The top of the barrel is marked “Slotter & Co Phila / Made for/ A.J. Plate / San Francisco”. Stock is very good, thought was most likely refinished long ago. This gun has a back action lock with the Slotter markings. The left hand side of the buttstock has a raised cheek piece, and the right side has a nicely engraved patchbox. Double set triggers. Everything about this gun is quality. These guns were popular with buffalo hunters and target shooters alike. Very neat plains rifle!

    Slotter & Co. Double Key Plains .50 caliber (AL4424)

    $5,950.00

    Slotter & Co. Double Key Plains .50 caliber rifle. Very neat well made gun! 33½” Barrel with .50 caliber bore. This gun has a double keyed barrel which is a premium feature on these plains style guns. The...