Cartridge Antique Long Guns

Cartridge Antique Long Guns, Marlin Lever Action Rifles & Henry Rifles for Sale

We have Marlin lever action rifles, Evans rifles, and Henry rifles for sale in our extensive inventory of cartridge antique long guns, which also includes Spencers, Sharps, Remingtons, and fine rifles from England and Continental Europe. Our cartridge long guns are highly collectable and our inventory changes frequently, so bookmark our new arrivals pageand check it often.

Check out our inventory of cartridge antique long guns below. For other long guns, browse our rifles, shotguns, and Winchesters.

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  • Calisher and Terry Saddle Ring Carbine.
Very interesting bolt action breech loading carbine. These guns were used mostly in Australia and New Zealand by the British, but some made their way to the Confederacy and many collectors consider these Confederate guns. This gun is a nice sharp gun that was poorly stored and consequently has light pitting on the metal surfaces. Wood is nice and sharp. Action works perfectly. Very neat, scarce gun with a confederate connection!

    Calisher and Terry Saddle Ring Carbine (AL4193)

    $3,750.00

    Calisher and Terry Saddle Ring Carbine. Very interesting bolt action breech loading carbine. These guns were used mostly in Australia and New Zealand by the British, but some made their way to the Confederacy and many...

  • Very rare gun made in the 1850s. Needle guns are very fascinating and important system. This system was the first bolt action cartridge gun when percussion guns were the norm and flintlocks were still used. American needle guns are very scarce with the bulk of them were made by George Foster on the Klein Patent. Gun works perfectly. Metal has brown patina with some light pitting. Bore has strong rifling.

    Klein’s Patent Needle Gun (AL4191)

    $2,995.00

    Klein’s Patent Needle Gun. Very rare gun made in the 1850s. Needle guns are very fascinating and important system. This system was the first bolt action cartridge gun when percussion guns were the norm and flintlocks...

  • Remington Keene Sporting Rifle .45-70 Made in the 1880s. Very fine gun with lots of the original blue on the barrel and receiver. Wood is very fine as well with nice sharp checkering. Bore is excellent. Top condition Remington Keene Sporting Rifle!

    Remington Keene Sporting Rifle (AL4189)

    $4,995.00

    Remington Keene Sporting Rifle .45-70 Made in the 1880s. Very fine gun with lots of the original blue on the barrel and receiver. Wood is very fine as well with nice sharp checkering. Bore is excellent. Top condition...

  • Rare C.B. Holden open frame single shot rifle. 44 rimfire. Possibly made from 1862-1870. Estimated at 200 manufactured. Rear ring of bolt pulls back with your finger to cock the rifle. Front ring pulls back to load the cartridge. Manufactured in Worcester, Mass. Action works perfectly and bore is excellent. This rifle is serial # 52. Rare American single shot rifle.

    Rare C.B. Holden open frame single shot rifle (AL4183)

    $2,350.00

    Rare C.B. Holden open frame single shot rifle. 44 rimfire. Possibly made from 1862-1870. Estimated at 200 manufactured. Rear ring of bolt pulls back with your finger to cock the rifle. Front ring pulls back to load the...

  • Remington Split Breach Rolling Block Carbine Type I (AL4179)

    Remington Split Breach Rolling Block Carbine Type I (AL4179)

    $3,995.00

    46 Rimfire caliber made on the smaller action. Very fine condition. Most of these guns were on the rough side and this is a very fine with excellent blue on the barrel and traces of case colors on the frame. Wood is...

  • 50 caliber made on the large action. Very fine condition for one of these. Most of these guns are pretty rough condition. This gun is actually very fine with excellent blue on the barrel and remnants of case colors left on the frame. The frame is more of a gray patina with the pattern of the case colors visible. Wood is very fine. The cartouches are visible and excellent. The left hand side of the butt stock has what appears to be some sort of a rack numbers. Most of these guns were sold to France. This gun is so nice, it may not have been issued.

    Remington Split Breech Rolling Block Carbine Type II (AL4178)

    $4,500.00

    50 caliber made on the large action. Very fine condition for one of these. Most of these guns are pretty rough condition. This gun is actually very fine with excellent blue on the barrel and remnants of case colors left on...

  • Shipped in January of 1870. This is a rare Sharps 1869 sporting rifle. The serial number is CL14 3 which means it is 150, 143. This gun has a smooth brown patina on the metal and is a nice sharp gun. Both the barrel and the frame match in serial number. Interestingly, the gun configuration does not match the letter. This gun is supposed to be 44 caliber and it is a 40 caliber. This gun also has double set triggers and non-factory butt plate. This gun was recently found in the Connecticut area which is the area in which it was shipped. Very neat early 1869 rifle .

    Rare Sharps 1869 Sporting RifleAL4170

    $8,950.00

    Shipped in January of 1870. This is a rare Sharps 1869 sporting rifle. The serial number is CL14 3 which means it is 150, 143. This gun has a smooth brown patina on the metal and is a nice sharp gun. Both the barrel and the...

  • Joslyn 1864 Experimental Carbine.
44 caliber. Very fine gun with 85% of the original blue on the barrel. Interesting gun that does not have a saddle bar and appears to have never had one. Wood is very good and does not have a Cartouche. Case colors are still on the bolt but have darkened. Wood is excellent. Bore is excellent. The gun does not have any U.S. inspector’s marks on her and does not have a serial number. This gun is also in 44 caliber versus the standard .52 rimfire. It appears this is a gun made for civilian market, or a prototype. We have not found any other others listed. Very interesting gun that must be rare.

    Joslyn 1864 Experimental Carbine (AL4166)

    $4,750.00

    Joslyn 1864 Experimental Carbine. 44 caliber. Very fine gun with 85% of the original blue on the barrel. Interesting gun that does not have a saddle bar and appears to have never had one. Wood is very good and does not have...

  • Extremely Rare Warner Sporting Rifle. Only one of these we have seen, or even heard about for that matter. This gun is in very fine original condition with 75%-80% of the original blue remaining on the barrel. The frame is excellent and has nice clear markings. The wood is deluxe walnut in excellent condition and has lots of figure to the wood. The bore is very good. These sporting rifles are mentioned in the book, but says they are rare and that they do not know how many were made. Very fine, rare gun!

    Extremely Rare Warner Sporting Rifle (AL4142)

    $7,500.00

    Extremely Rare Warner Sporting Rifle. Only one of these we have seen, or even heard about for that matter. This gun is in very fine original condition with 75%-80% of the original blue remaining on the barrel. The frame is...

  • German Model 88 Commission Carbine. 	
This is a most unusual carbine in that it seems to be a presentation gun. It is beautifully engraved with scroll, leaf, and floral motifs. The stock has no unit marks or proofs. It is very lightly checkered more as decoration rather than for practicality as it is almost smooth. The carbine has a checkered commercial butt plate. Bore is excellent as is the action. This is a really neat carbine. Never had a desire to shoot one of these but this one might make me change my mind.
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    German Model 88 Commission Carbine (AL4112)

    $1,575.00

    German Model 88 Commission Carbine. This is a most unusual carbine in that it seems to be a presentation gun. It is beautifully engraved with scroll, leaf, and floral motifs. The stock has no unit marks or proofs. It is very...

  • 
Marlin Ballard No. 6 Scheutzen Off-Hand .32-40 Winchester caliber rifle. Barrel is half round, half octagon. Barrel length is 31”. Barrel is unmarked and is an extra heavy. Bore is excellent. We test fired it with .32-40 factory ammunition. Worked perfectly. 
Gun has a loop and spur lever. Gun has set triggers. Frame has approximately 70-75% case colors. No engraving. Stock are correct factory stock with Swiss butt plate. Checkering is excellent. Forend has a palm rest with nickel plated fittings as are the lever and Swiss butt. Gun has a modern made Malcom 6x scope with excellent optics. Gun weighs 16.8 lbs.

    Marlin Ballard No. 6 Scheutzen Off-Hand .32-40 Winchester (AL4070)

    $4,750.00

    Marlin Ballard No. 6 Scheutzen Off-Hand .32-40 Winchester caliber rifle. Barrel is half round, half octagon. Barrel length is 31”. Barrel is unmarked and is an extra heavy. Bore is excellent. We test fired it with ...

  • Remington No.1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle. This No.1 is mostly Remington work but has a custom .40-65 Winchester caliber heavy barrel with modern Vernier tang rear sight and hooded front sight. Bore is excellent. Unmarked barrel (except for the .40-65 caliber markings. Butt plate appears to be Winchester. Very good plus overall condition. Should be a fun gun to shoot!

    Remington No.1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle (AL4066)

    $2,475.00

    Remington No.1 Rolling Block Sporting Rifle. This No.1 is mostly Remington work but has a custom .40-65 Winchester caliber heavy barrel with modern Vernier tang rear sight and hooded front sight. Bore is excellent. Unmarked...

  • Springfield Trapdoor Sporting Rifle .40-65 caliber. Low serial #19xxx on breech. During 1883 Hartley and Graham bought surplus Trapdoor rifles from the U.S. Government and had them converted (possibly by Whitney) into beautiful sporting rifles to satisfy demand from the Western Buffalo Trade. A new heavy barrel, blued and octagonal (approximately #4 size and weight). Barrel length 30” and mounted with a Buckhorn/Ladder rear sight and Rocky Mountain German silver front sight. The original U.S. stock was reworked producing a Schnable forend with a black buffalo horn insert. The stock was checkered. Butt plate has the compartment for cleaning rods. Note: There is a faint U.S. Inspectors cartouche remaining on the stock. These guns were retailed by E.C. Meacham of St. Louis, N. Curry & Bro. San Francisco, John P. Lovell of Boston. This was the perfect big bore, big barrel rifle for Western big game. True fact: more buffalo were killed with Trapdoors than any other rifle! This beautiful rifle has 95-96% original barrel blue. Receiver has 
98% bright original case colors as does the lock. Checkering is excellent. Great example of a buffalo hunter’s heavy barrel rifle and in great condition.

    Springfield Trapdoor Sporting Rifle (AL4061)

    $8,750.00

    Springfield Trapdoor Sporting Rifle .40-65 caliber. Low serial #19xxx on breech. During 1883 Hartley and Graham bought surplus Trapdoor rifles from the U.S. Government and had them converted (possibly by Whitney) into...

  • Josef Unger in Graz (Austria) 16 Gauge Side by Side Double with right barrel rifled and left barrel smooth bore. Side lever opener. Bores are excellent. Gun has Damascus pattern barrels and may be fluid steel but we are offering this gun as a black powder gun not for modern smokeless ammo. Gun has very good to excellent bright case colors. Barrels have 95-97% Damascus pattern finish. Stocks are excellent with sharp excellent checkering. Butt stock has a bullet trap and there is a folding flush tang rear sight and iron rear “V” notch sight. Barrel has a flat file cut rib with Ungers name in gold and rear barrel band in gold. Butt stock has a game counter on right side. Gun has an adjustable single set trigger for the rifled barrel. Smooth bore barrel measured .665 at muzzle. Rifled “slug” barrel is .575 at the muzzle. Rifled barrel fires a short approximately 2” long shell. Smooth bore barrel has a 2 ¾” chamber. Overall a very well made and tight fit gun. Josef Unger was thought to be a retail dealer in Graz and this quality of gun probably made in Ferlach.

    Josef Unger in Graz (Austria) 16 Gauge (AL4057)

    $3,450.00

    Josef Unger in Graz (Austria) 16 Gauge Side by Side Double with right barrel rifled and left barrel smooth bore. Side lever opener. Bores are excellent. Gun has Damascus pattern barrels and may be fluid steel but we are...

  • Marlin Ballard No.6 Schuetzen.32-40 caliber rifle. Made with a Stevens-Pope barrel. Lever is also a Pope Lever. Barrel length is 32”.  Bore is excellent. Gun has set triggers. Barrel has scope blocks and a wind gauge front sight. Receiver has a Vernier tang sight. Checkering is excellent on both forend and buttstock. Palm rest is not a Pope rest but looks and works well with the rifle. Barrel has approximately 95-97% blue. Receiver has approximately 95% bright case colors. Stocks have beautiful wood. Note: The top tang of the butt plate is nicely inscribed A.O. Bremer San Francisco. We have no information on Bremer except to surmise that he was probably a known marksman due to his choice of rifles. This rifle weights 15 lbs.

    Marlin Ballard No.6 Schuetzen.32-40 (AL4053)

    $9,500.00

    Marlin Ballard No.6 Schuetzen.32-40 caliber rifle. Made with a Stevens-Pope barrel. Lever is also a Pope Lever. Barrel length is 32”. Bore is excellent. Gun has set triggers. Barrel has scope blocks and a wind gauge...

  • Ballard Sporting Rifle by Ball & Williams. Serial# 4230. Caliber.32 Rimfire. Barrel length 28". Bore is
perfect, barrel has 99% original blue. Stock has 99% original varnish. Receiver has very good blue but has
thinned on the sides to a blue-brown patina. ln view of the rest of the gun looking near mint we do not
have any idea how the receiver blue thinned. This is a very fine Ballard and looks beautiful.

    Ballard Sporting Rifle by Ball & Williams (AL4052)

    $2,750.00

    Ballard Sporting Rifle by Ball & Williams. Serial# 4230. Caliber.38 Rimfire. Barrel length 28". Bore is perfect, barrel has 99% original blue. Stock has 99% original varnish. Receiver has very good blue but has thinned...

  • Marlin Ballard No. 6 Schuetzen .32-40 caliber rifle. Gun has the correct No. 6 Schuetzen factory engraving, set triggers, VernierTangent sight. Barrel is.32-40 caliber and is a No.4 Winchester barrel. Bore is like new. Barrel has a wind gauge front sight. Gun weights 13 lbs. Buttstock has 98% original varnish and has some light pressure marks. Checkering is excellent on both forend and buttstock. Forend is bushed and threaded
for palm rest and we do not have the palm rest. Barrel has approximately 95% original blue. Underside
flat of barrel with forend removed is factory (Winchester) marked .32-40 and "H" for barrel size. Note: When Ballard went out of business, Winchester installed barrels at Winchester for Ballard owners who wanted a different caliber barrel or to replace worn out barrels.

    Marlin Ballard No. 6 Schuetzen .32-40 (AL4051)

    $8,500.00

    Marlin Ballard No. 6 Schuetzen .32-40 caliber rifle. Gun has the correct No. 6 Schuetzen factory engraving, set triggers, VernierTangent sight. Barrel is.32-40 caliber and is a No.4 Winchester barrel. Bore is like new...

  • Westley Richards Monkey Tail Sporting Carbine. Pistol grip, checkered stock, 4 leaf 100-300 rear sight. “Whitworth Patent” marked barrel. Lock has approximately 50% case colors. Barrel has approximately 90% blue. Checkering is crisp with no damage. Hammer safety works correctly. Butt plate has a trap containing cleaning accessories. Stock is very good with only light nicks and dings. Very fine. Breech door marked Westley Richards Patent. Barrel is marked Whitworth Patent and has Whitworth rifling. Hard to find example and in really good condition.

    Westley Richards Monkey Tail Sporting Carbine (AL4045)

    $4,250.00

    Westley Richards Monkey Tail Sporting Carbine. Pistol grip, checkered stock, 4 leaf 100-300 rear sight. “Whitworth Patent” marked barrel. Lock has approximately 50% case colors. Barrel has approximately 90% blue...

  • Rare Indian Police Remington Keene rifle. 24” barrel with a very good bore, strong rifling with minor spots of pitting. Mostly painted finish with traces of the original blue in protected areas. Wood has been repaired at wrist, otherwise very good with normal handling wear. Hard to find model. These guns were sold to the Department of The Interior for the Indian Police.

    Rare Indian Police Remington Keene Rifle (AL3937)

    $3,995.00

    Rare Indian Police Remington Keene rifle. 24” barrel with a very good bore, strong rifling with minor spots of pitting. Mostly painted finish with traces of the original blue in protected areas. Wood has been repaired...

  • Remington Number 1 Long Range Creedmoor .44-90 caliber rifle. 34” half round half octagon barrel. Barrel has excellent original blue. Receiver has very good case colors. Colors are better on the left had side. Front sight is a globe, rear sight is a Vernier tang sight. Wood is very good. Checkering is sharp. Very nice gun with a very good bore!

    Remington Number 1 Long Range Creedmoor .44-90 (AL4006)

    $6,500.00

    Remington Number 1 Long Range Creedmoor .44-90 caliber rifle. 34” half round half octagon barrel. Barrel has excellent original blue. Receiver has very good case colors. Colors are better on the left had side. Front...