U.S. Military Antique Long Guns

U.S. Military Antique Long Guns, Civil War Rifles & Civil War Muskets for Sale

We have highly collectable Civil War rifles and Civil War muskets for sale in our large inventory of U.S. military antique long guns, which also includes fine examples of rifles and carbines from Sharps, Spencer, Springfield, and others. Since our inventory changes frequently, make sure to check our new arrivals often.

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War of 1812 New York State...

War of 1812 New York State Flintlock Musket...

Price $2,495.00

This 1812 dated 1808 type flintlock musket was made for the State of New York. The 42" round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel has a very good brown bore with visible manufacturing marks. lIt is marked at the breech M over 1812 followed by P over SJ followed by a larger SNY at the rear. The barrel is a smooth gray-brown. The lock is marked only SNY. It, and the other metal parts, have s brown...

British Pattern 1853...

British Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle (AL6983)

Price $1,625.00

About 1,000,000 Pattern 1853 British Enfield percussion rifles were used by Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. This is most likely one of them. It has the "look" of a rifle musket that was used in campaigns and battles. The 39" round 577 caliber barrrel has a good bore with visivle rifling. All the metal has a brown patina with roughness in the breech area and on the hammer....

U.S. Remington Model 1863...

U.S. Remington Model 1863 "Zouave" Rifle (AL6963)

Price $3,950.00

Remington manufacturedd 12,501 Model 1863 percussion Zouave rifles for the Union between 1862 and 1865. This excellent overall Zouave rifle was made in 1863. The 33" round 58 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. It has the expected date, 1863, at the top along with the V over P over eagel to the left with an additional V over P to the right and STEEL followed by...

Springfield Model 1879...

Springfield Model 1879 Trapdoor 45-70 (AL6024)

Price $1,095.00

US military rifle. Bore has strong rifling with some minor pitting. Metal has a brown patina. Stock has a small crack by lock that has been repaired. Good overall condition. Action works properly.

U.S. Model 1884 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Cadet...

Price $1,495.00

This second type U.S. Model 1884 trapdoor cadet rifle was manufactured in 1890. They are noteworthy in that the second type Model 1884 cadet rifle was the last of the famed trapdoor line prior to switching over to the Krag rifle. The 29.5" round 45 Government caliber (45-70) barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel has approx. 95% blue with wear from attaching and...

Sharps New Model 1859...

Sharps New Model 1859 Military Rifle (AL7039)

Price $5,950.00

The percussion Sharps New Model 1859 was the first of the straight breech Sharps models. The Model 1859 rifle was used by the 1st and 2nd Regiments of the Berdan Sharpshooters during the Civil War. The 32" round 52 caliber barrel of this rifle has a fine bore with firing erosion toward the chamber. All the metal has a smooth plum-brown patina. This rifle is adapted to the socket bayonet. The...

U.S. Navy Jenks Carbine...

U.S. Navy Jenks Carbine (AL6974)

Price $5,450.00

N.P. Ames of Springfield, MA, manufactured approx. 4,250 Jenks "Mule Ear" carbines for the U.S. Navy circa 1843 to 1846. This single shot, percussion, breech loading 54 caliber carbine is unusual in that it has a side hammer, thus the term "mule ear". The 24.5" round barrel of this carbine has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel retains approx. 97% of its original brown...

Scarce Sharps Model 1852...

Scarce Sharps Model 1852 Carbine (AL7076)

Price $4,350.00

Approximately 5,000 percussion, slant breech, single shot, pellet-primed 52 caliber Sharps Model 1852 carbines were made by Robbins & Lawrence, Windsor, VT, for the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company, Hartford, CT, from 1853 to 1855. The round 21.5" barrel has a very good bore with strong rifling and moderate firing erosion. The barrel has a mixture of gray and brown patina. It is marked...

Civil War Gwyn & Campbell...

Civil War Gwyn & Campbell Type I Carbine (AL7027)

Price $3,750.00

This Type I Gwyn & Campbell 52 caliber percussion carbine is circa 1863. About 8,200 total of all types were made in Hamilton, OH. They are often called "Union Carbines" or "Grapevine Carbines." About 4,200 Type I carbines were made. They can be identified by the rounded serpentine shaped hammer and lever. The 20" octagon to round barrel has a very good bore with strong rifling and...

U.S. Navy Remington Jenks...

U.S. Navy Remington Jenks Carbine (AL6968)

Price $4,750.00

E. Remington & Son manufactured approx. 1,000 Jenks "Mule Ear" carbines with the Maynard tape primer for the U.S. Navy circa 1847to 1848. Remington took over the Jenks contract from the Ames Manufacturing Company and manufactured the last 1,000 carbines for the Navy with machinery purchased from Ames. This single shot, percussion, breech loading, Maynard tape primed, 54 caliber carbine...

Ames U.S. Navy Jenks "Mule...

Ames U.S. Navy Jenks "Mule Ear" Carbine (AL6940)

Price $4,250.00

The N.P. Ames company of Springfield, MA, manufactured approx. 4,250 Jenks carbines for the U.S. Navy between 1843 and 1846. This is a standard configuration Ames-manufactured 54 caliber percussion sidehammer breechloading "mule ear" Jenks carbine in very fine condition. The 24.25" round barrel has an excellent rifled bore. The barrel retains approx. 95% of its original brown finish. It is...

Civil War Maynard Carbine...

Civil War Maynard Carbine (AL6934)

Price $1,295.00

This is a second model percussion Maynard Union Civil War carbine. The overall length is approx. 36.5". The 20" octagon to round 50 caliber barrel has a fine bore with bright, strong rifling. It has a brown patina with roughness toward the breech. The correct front and rear sights are present. The frame has the standard EDWARD MAYNARD and MASS. ARMS CO. stampings. The stock is good with...

Civil War First Type...

Civil War First Type Merrill Carbine (AL6972)

Price $3,250.00

The 54 caliber, percussion, breech loading, single shot Merrill carbine was a popular Union carbine during the Civil War. Manufactured by H. Merrill, Baltimore, MD, approx. 14,495 of two types were delivered during the Civil War. The breech lever is unlatched by pulling back the front tabs. It is then lifted up and pulled back to expose the chamber so the paper cartridge can be loaded. The...

Excellent Springfield U.S....

Excellent Springfield U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock...

Price $6,500.00

This excellent national armory bright Springfield Type III U.S. Model 1816 69 caliber flintlock musket is dated 1836. The 42" round barrel has an excellent, like new bright smooth bore. It has the correct P over eagle over V with a small 4 following at the breech. The barrel tang is dated 1836. The barrel and bands have an even bright finish with a few storage scratches. The lock is strongly...

U.S. Springfield Model 1861...

U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion...

Price $2,195.00

The Model 1861, along with the imported British pattern 1853 rifle musket, were the primary Union percussion rifle muskets in the early years of the Civil War. The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has a fine bore with strong bright rifling. The barrel is dated 1862 at the breech and has the correct V over P over eagle inspection marks. All the metal has a smooth gray-brown patina.  The lock is...

Excellent Civil War Maynard...

Excellent Civil War Maynard Carbine (AL6973)

Price $4,250.00

This second model Maynard Civil War percussion carbine is in the condition collectors love to find. The 20" octagon to round 50 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel and hammer retain all their blue. The frame has its strong case colors. The sling bar and ring are present. The stock is excellent with a strong inspection cartouche. Overall, this is a...

Whitney Percussion...

Whitney Percussion Mississippi Style Rifle...

Price $1,375.00

This Mississippi style Whitney percussion rifle is dated 1845 on the lock. The overall length is approx. 45". The 33" round 58 caliber barrel has a poor bore with no visible rifling and roughness. It is dated 1853 over the chamber, has V over P over eagle inspection marks, and is marked STEEL on the left flat with H.S.L following. It has a short saber bayonet stud  with short guide on the...

Excellent 5th Model...

Excellent 5th Model Burnside Civil War Carbine...

Price $4,495.00

This Burnside is in the condition collectors love to see. It has an excellent 54 caliber bore with bright strong rifling. The barrel has approx. 98% blue. The receiver, hammer, butt plate have strong case colors. The top of the breech, the lever, and tangs have their bright blue with the upper tang having scattered loss. The stocks are excellent with two strong cartouches. The nipple looks...

U.S. Model 1855...

U.S. Model 1855 Pistol-Carbine (AL7005)

Price $7,500.00

The Maynard tape-primed 58 caliber percussion Model 1855 pistol-carbine was the companion piece to the Model 1855 rifle musket, the Model 1855 rifle, and the Model 1855 carbine. Springfield Armory manufactured 4,021 in 1855 and 1856. They were used through the Civil War. The 12" round barrel on this example has a very good bore with strong rifling and some firing erosion. The 12" barrel has...

Excellent Gwyn & Campbell...

Excellent Gwyn & Campbell Type II Carbine (AL6975)

Price $4,250.00

This Type II Gwyn & Campbell 52 caliber percussion carbine is circa 1864. About 8,200 total of both types were made in Hamilton, OH. They are often called "Union Carbines" or "Grapevine Carbines." About 4,000 Type II carbines were made. They can be identified by the flat hammer and shorter lever. The 20" octagon to round barrel has an excellent bore with light firing erosion at the...