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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  • Marlin Model 1894 .38-40 caliber. Bore is good with strong rifling and light corrosion in the grooves. Action works perfectly. Barrel has a blue-brown patina. Stock is good plus with only a small chip on the right side where the stock meets the receiver.

    Marlin Model 1894 .38-40 caliber rifle (AL4003)

    $1,075.00

    Marlin Model 1894 .38-40 caliber. Bore is good with strong rifling and light corrosion in the grooves. Action works perfectly. Barrel has a blue-brown patina. Stock is good plus with only a small chip on the right side where...

  • Rare Marlin Model 1894 Musket .38-40 caliber. Comes with factory letter. This musket is marked on top of the receiver “Bureau County”. Only 152 muskets were made and half of those were sold to the Bureau County Illinois Prison. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 90-93% blue. Receiver has approximately 50% blue. Stock has 90% plus original varnish. Rare Marlin Bureau County musket. One of these muskets was offered by a prominent East coast dealer approximately 20 years ago, for $27,000! Our musket is offered at $12,500.00.

    Rare Marlin Model 1894 Musket (AL4002)

    $12,500.00

    Rare Marlin Model 1894 Musket .38-40 caliber. Comes with factory letter. This musket is marked on top of the receiver “Bureau County”. Only 152 muskets were made and half of those were sold to the Bureau County...

  • Deluxe Marlin model 1881 .40-60 caliber. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Gun has set triggers. Barrel has 98% original blue. Magazine tube has an even brown patina. Receiver has approximately 80% original blue. Stocks have excellent checkering. Barrel length 28”. Fine condition Deluxe model 1881.

    Deluxe Marlin model 1881 .40-60 caliber rifle (AL4001)

    $5,850.00

    Deluxe Marlin model 1881 .40-60 caliber. Excellent bore. Action works perfectly. Gun has set triggers. Barrel has 98% original blue. Magazine tube has an even brown patina. Receiver has approximately 80% original blue...

  • Relic Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with a 22” barrel. None of the finish remains on the barrel. Gun has heavy rust. Wood is poor and dried out. Very neat gun. Unfortunately, we do not have any information as to where it came from. This gun shows hard use and appears to have been in a dry climate. A very neat gun!

    Relic Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3960)

    $2,500.00

    Relic Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with a 22” barrel. None of the finish remains on the barrel. Gun has heavy rust. Wood is poor and dried out. Very neat gun. Unfortunately, we do not have any...

  • Sharps Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 Caliber carbine with very good bore. Strong rifling still bright and shiny with some corrosion in the grooves. Excellent original blue on the barrel. Frame has turned to a dark brown patina. Wood is excellent and has the later conversion cartouche.

    Sharps Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3947)

    $2,895.00

    Sharps Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 Caliber carbine with very good bore. Strong rifling still bright and shiny with some corrosion in the grooves. Excellent original blue on the barrel. Frame has turned to a...

  • Springfield Armory Spencer Model 1865 .52 caliber military rifle. 32.5” barrel with very fine original blue rating at 85%. Very good case colors remain on the frame albeit dark. Wood is very fine with a nice sharp ESA cartouche. Gun has stabler cutoff. Only 1109 of these guns were made. This gun has the serial number on the barrel and the ram rod. This is correct for a Springfield conversion. These guns were shipped to Springfield Armory from Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas for cleaning and repair. They remained in storage after their upgrade. Very nice gun and a scarce variation.

    Springfield Armory Spencer Model 1865 (AL3981)

    $3,995.00

    Springfield Armory Spencer Model 1865 .52 caliber military rifle. 32.5” barrel with very fine original blue rating at 85%. Very good case colors remain on the frame albeit dark. Wood is very fine with a nice sharp ESA...

  • Spencer Model 1860 .50 Caliber military rifle. 30” barrel with excellent original blue rating at 90%. Case colors are very fine on the frame, rating 70%. Wood is excellent with sharp cartouches. Extremely fine original gun that has not been back to the arsenal. Bore is excellent with 6 groove rifling. A super Spencer Model 1860 military rifle!

    Spencer Model 1860 Military Rifle (AL3980)

    $8,950.00

    Spencer Model 1860 .50 Caliber military rifle. 30” barrel with excellent original blue rating at 90%. Case colors are very fine on the frame, rating 70%. Wood is excellent with sharp cartouches. Extremely fine original...

  • Rare 10th Cavalry marked Sharps 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with a very good bore. Strong rifling with minor spots of pitting and still has a shine. Metal has a smooth gray patina. Wood is very good with normal handling wear. Right hand side of the barrel near the frame reads “F 10 Cav.”, which stands for Company F of the 10th Cavalry. The 10th Cavalry was made up of black soldiers and were given the nickname “Buffalo Soldiers”. These units were involved in heavy fighting with the Indians, often with second rate supplies. The 10th Cavalry was stationed in Kansas and Texas. Company F in particular was involved in the Battle of the Saline River in 1867 where Company F was surrounded by 400 Cheyenne warriors! The battle went on for 30 hours before Company F made it back to the fort with surprisingly only one casualty. Very historical gun that almost certainly saw action!

    Rare 10th Cavalry Marked Sharps 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3959)

    $8,500.00

    Rare 10th Cavalry marked Sharps 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with a very good bore. Strong rifling with minor spots of pitting and still has a shine. Metal has a smooth gray patina. Wood is very good with normal...

  • Relic Sharps 1859 Saddle Ring Carbine. Relic condition carbine that was most likely in a dry climate judging by the condition of the wood. Action is rusted shut. Forearm is missing. Heavy pitting on all of the metal. Right hand side of stock appears to have been eaten by insects. Very neat interesting piece that really makes you wonder what this gun has been through and where it was stored.

    Relic Sharps 1859 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3951)

    $1,250.00

    Relic Sharps 1859 Saddle Ring Carbine. Relic condition carbine that was most likely in a dry climate judging by the condition of the wood. Action is rusted shut. Forearm is missing. Heavy pitting on all of the metal. Right...

  • Sharps Model 1859 Cartridge Conversion .52 caliber with a mint bore! Is a nice sharp looking gun. Barrel has been refinished but looks excellent. Frame has bright original case colors. Wood is very fine and has sharp cartouches. This gun is in very fine condition and barely shows any use. Barrel looks to have been cleaned and then refinished. Very fine, attractive Sharps!

    Sharps Model 1859 Cartridge Conversion (AL3950)

    $3,295.00

    Sharps Model 1859 Cartridge Conversion .52 caliber with a mint bore! Is a nice sharp looking gun. Barrel has been refinished but looks excellent. Frame has bright original case colors. Wood is very fine and has sharp...

  • Sharps Model 1863 Saddle Ring Carbine .52 caliber rifle. .52 caliber with an excellent bore. Barrel has a mostly plum patina with blue remaining. Frame has pitting and a grey patina. Wood has typical handling marks. Cartouches are still visible, both the Civil War cartouche and the conversion cartouche. Very good Sharps Saddle Ring Carbine conversion.

    Sharps Model 1863 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3948)

    $1,995.00

    Sharps Model 1863 Saddle Ring Carbine .52 caliber rifle. .52 caliber with an excellent bore. Barrel has a mostly plum patina with blue remaining. Frame has pitting and a grey patina. Wood has typical handling marks...

  • Spencer Sporting Rifle .44 Caliber with a 26” barrel. Approximately 85% of the blue finish remains on the barrel. Frame has 40% of the case colors. Wood is excellent. This is a very nice example of a Spencer sporting rifle. Much better condition than you normally find.

    Spencer Sporting Rifle .44 (AL3958)

    $6,500.00

    Spencer Sporting Rifle .44 Caliber with a 26” barrel. Approximately 85% of the blue finish remains on the barrel. Frame has 40% of the case colors. Wood is excellent. This is a very nice example of a Spencer sporting...

  • Sharps 1874 Sporting Rifle. Made in 1876 and shipped to John Lovell who was a gun and sporting goods dealer in Boston, Massachusetts. Gun has a 28” barrel in .44 caliber (we believe it’s .44-90, but this gun needs to be taken to a gunsmith to have the caliber determined). Metal has a smooth gray patina. Wood was refinished long ago. Nice sharp gun. Bore has strong rifling with spots of minor pitting. Gun comes with a factory letter confirming all features. Nice sharp Sharps 1874 Sporting rifle!

    Sharps 1874 Sporting Rifle (AL3956)

    $5,950.00

    Sharps 1874 Sporting Rifle. Made in 1876 and shipped to John Lovell who was a gun and sporting goods dealer in Boston, Massachusetts. Gun has a 28” barrel in .44 caliber (we believe it’s .44-90, but this gun...

  • Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with an excellent bore. Gun is excellent as refinished probably by arsenal. Barrel blue rates near 100%. Very good original case colors on frame. Wood is nice and clean and excellent as refinished. Very attractive Cartridge conversion Sharps Carbine.

    Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine (AL3955)

    $3,795.00

    Sharps Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion Saddle Ring Carbine. .52 caliber with an excellent bore. Gun is excellent as refinished probably by arsenal. Barrel blue rates near 100%. Very good original case colors on frame. Wood...

  • Starr Cartridge Conversion to Rifle. Gunsmith done conversion. Very interesting piece. This gun was a percussion gun that went through a cartridge conversion and then a conversion to a rifle. All done during the period of use. Gun appears to be a .38 rim fire. Very neat gunsmith conversion to cartridge.

    Starr Cartridge Conversion to Rifle (AL3767)

    $2,950.00

    Starr Cartridge Conversion to Rifle. Gunsmith done conversion. Very interesting piece. This gun was a percussion gun that went through a cartridge conversion and then a conversion to a rifle. All done during the period of...

  • Scarce Long Barrel Remington .45-70 Keene caliber rifle. Nice gun with a 28 ½” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Metal has 80% of the original finish. Wood shows typical handling marks and has a coat of varnish. Bore is excellent. Virtually all of these are 24 ½” barrels. Finding a long barrel like this is scarce.

    Scarce Long Barrel Remington .45-70 Keene (AL3764)

    $5,950.00

    Scarce Long Barrel Remington .45-70 Keene caliber rifle. Nice gun with a 28 ½” barrel in .45-70 caliber. Metal has 80% of the original finish. Wood shows typical handling marks and has a coat of varnish. Bore is...

  • Rare Belgian Spencer Carbine. Made by the firm Falisse & Trappman in Liege in the 1870’s. Very interesting guns and not much is known about them. Top of the frame is marked “Union” Armuriere BELG/ -LIEGE-“ This gun has been refinished and has 80% of the refinish. The forearm is a replacement. The buttstock is very good. Action works perfect and bore is excellent. Very neat gun!

    Rare Belgian Spencer Falisse & Trappman Carbine (AL3758)

    $2,295.00

    Rare Belgian Spencer Carbine. Made by the firm Falisse & Trappman in Liege in the 1870’s. Very interesting guns and not much is known about them. Top of the frame is marked “Union” Armuriere BELG/...

  • Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .45-70 caliber rifle. Very fine gun! Excellent original blue on the barrel with some minor high edge wear. Bright case colors on the frame. Rear tang sight. Action is tight and bore is excellent. Really fine gun in a great, easy to find caliber.

    Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .45-70 (AL3727)

    $6,750.00

    Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .45-70 caliber rifle. Very fine gun! Excellent original blue on the barrel with some minor high edge wear. Bright case colors on the frame. Rear tang sight. Action is tight and bore is...

  • Very fine Remington Hepburn .32-40 caliber rifle. 30” barrel with 85% of the original blue. Bright case colors on the frame. Bore is bright and shiny. Action is tight. Wood is very good. Very nice gun in a great single shot caliber!

    Very fine Remington Hepburn .32-40 (AL3725)

    $4,750.00

    Very fine Remington Hepburn .32-40 caliber rifle. 30” barrel with 85% of the original blue. Bright case colors on the frame. Bore is bright and shiny. Action is tight. Wood is very good. Very nice gun in a great single...

  • Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .40 2½ caliber rifle. Barrel is 28” long metal has a nice even gray patina. Very good wood. Lyman tang sight. Action works fine and bore is very good with strong rifling and minor spots of pitting.

    Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .40 2½ (AL3724)

    $3,295.00

    Remington Hepburn Sporting Rifle .40 2½ caliber rifle. Barrel is 28” long metal has a nice even gray patina. Very good wood. Lyman tang sight. Action works fine and bore is very good with strong rifling and...