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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Palmetto Armory Model 1842...

Palmetto Armory Model 1842 Musket (AL5398)

Price $2,150.00

This is a rarely seen Palmetto Armory Model 1842 percussion musket in overall fair to good condition. The overall length is approx. 58". The 42" round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair bore. The barrel has a brown patina with roughness at the muzzle and toward the rear third increasing in the bolster area. No marks are visible on the barrel or tang. The nipple is battered. The barrel...

Ball Civil War Carbine...

Ball Civil War Carbine (AL4713)

Price $8,950.00

Ball Civil War Carbine. One of the rarer breech loading Civil War carbines with just 1,002 manufactured. These guns were made for the Civil War, but did not make it into service before wars end. These guns were made by E.G. Lamson and Company. This firm was originally Robins and Lawrence before being purchased and renamed. This gun is exceptional condition. The barrel has 99% of the original...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor .45-70 (AL5565)

Price $1,050.00

US military rifle. Stock has a nice 1889 cartouche. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Very attractive rifle, with most of it's original finish. Very good plus overall condition.

US Springfield Model 1861...

US Springfield Model 1861 Rifle Musket (AL6053)

Price $2,850.00

The US Model 1861 58 caliber percussion rifle musket was one of the most used rifle muskets of the Civil War. This is a fine example that was manufactured in 1862 by the Springfield Armory. The overall length is approx. 56.25". The 40" round barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling The barrel is a smooth mixture of bright and brown with bright showing under the bands when they are moved...

Arsenal Percussion...

Arsenal Percussion Alteration of Model 1816...

Price $1,175.00

This Starr Model 1816 musket has been arsenal-altered to percussion using the cone in barrel (Belgian) process. The overall length is approx. 57.75". The 42" round 69 caliber barrel has a fair smooth bore. The barrel has the customary sunken P over eagle over V inspection and proof marks. The barrel tang is dated 1836. The barrel is a smooth mixture of bright and brown. The lock is marked US...

U.S. Model 1842...

U.S. Model 1842 "Mississippi" Rifle (AL5792)

Price $2,475.00

This Robbins, Kendall and Lawrence manufactured U.S. Model 1841 "Mississippi" rifle is in its original 54 caliber percussion configuration. It gained its "Mississippi Rifle" nickname during the Mexican War due to its successful use by a Mississippi regiment commanded by Jefferson Davis. There were many alterations to the Model 1841 rifle prior to the Civil War. These included rerifling to 58...

U.S. Model 1861 Norwich...

U.S. Model 1861 Norwich Rifle Musket (AL5548)

Price $1,250.00

The Norwich Arms Company, Norwich, CT, produced 25,000 Model 1861 58 caliber percussion rifle muskets for the Union in 1863 and 1864. The overall length is approx. 56". The 40" round barrel has a fair bore with visible rifling. The barrel has a smooth brown patina with very light roughness around the4 bolster. It has the standard V over P over eagle proofs and 1863 at the top. The lock has...

US Model 1816 Harpers Ferry...

US Model 1816 Harpers Ferry (AL5342)

Price $1,695.00

Dated 1827. .69 Caliber with a 42” barrel. Barrel and lock have a dark brown to gray patina. Wood is very good with normal handling wear. The cartouche by the side plate is still visible and sharp. The ramrod is a replacement. This gun has been reconverted to flintlock.

Remington Rolling Block...

Remington Rolling Block Military Rifle .45-70...

Price $1,475.00

This Remington rolling block military rifle is most likely a militia rifle. This rifle has a type four action and is totally unmarked. The overall length is approx. 50.75". The approx. 35" round barrel has an excellent bore. It chambers a .45-70 cartridge perfectly. All the metal has a gray/brown patina with the receiver having a couple of small areas of pits on the right. The buttstock is...

Whitney War of 1812 New...

Whitney War of 1812 New York Flintlock Musket...

Price $2,750.00

This Whitney State of New York flintlock 69 caliber musket was made circa 1814.  The overall length is approx. 57.5". The 42" round barrel has a dark smooth bore. All the metal has a smooth brown patina with a few areas of roughness on the barrel, cock, lock, and bands. The buttplate has moderate pitting from being stored in a moist area. The barrel has the Whitney raised P in a sunken oval...

Revolutionary War Era...

Revolutionary War Era Musket (AL5343)

Price $5,500.00

This interesting musket was probably assembled during the Revolutionary War. The overall length is approx. 59". The 43" round 74 caliber barrel has a good bore with light pitting. The barrel is smooth and bright with brown spotting and light roughness in the touchhole area. There are no proof or inspection marks on the barrel. It has a top mounted bayonet stud. The lock is slightly curved,...

Green Breech Loading .53...

Green Breech Loading .53 (AL5359)

Price $2,550.00

Green breech loading rifle caliber .53 under hammer percussion. Upper breech tang marked “Green’s Patent Nov.17 1857. Note: The patent date is legible but with a magnifying glass. This was the first bolt action firearm adopted by the U. S. Ordnance The barrel has an oval bore. 900 rifles were bought by U.S. and were delivered in 1863. W

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor...

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine (AL5300)

Price $2,250.00

This Model 1884 Trapdoor carbine the arsenal upgrade of the 1890 sight protector for the Buffington carbine rear sight. The 22" round 45-70 caliber barrel had a fine bore with bright rifling and frosting in the grooves. The metal parts retain approx. 95% of their blue finish with the hammer turning brown and the lock having freckling. The breechblock is marked US/MODEL/1884 and the lock has...

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor...

U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine (AL5351)

Price $2,450.00

This Model 1884 Springfield trapdoor carbine is equipped with the Buffington M0d3l 1884 carbine rear sight. The 22" round 45 Government center fire (45-70) caliber barrel has an excellent, bright bore with very good rifling. It has a carbine front sight cover. The barrel is a smooth brown with areas of spotting. The receiver and breechblock have approx. 60% blue. The buttplate, triggerguard,...

U.S. Model 1873 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1873 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $2,450.00

This is an early, all correct, U.S. Model 1873 trapdoor rifle made in 1874. The 32 5/8" round barrel has good, bright rifling with some wear and erosion. The barrel and receiver have a smooth brown patina. It is equipped with the correct Model 1873 rear sight with headless attaching screws. The high arch breechblock is marked MODEL/1873 [both lightly stamped]/eagle stamp/crossed arrows/US....

U.S. Model 1819 Hall Rifle...

U.S. Model 1819 Hall Rifle Altered to...

Price $3,450.00

This third production type percussion-altered Hall rifle was made in 1839. It is in fine condition. The 32 5/8" round 52 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright rifling. The front and rear sights are correctly offset to the left. This third production type percussion-altered Hall rifle was made in 1839. It is in fine condition. The 32 5/8" round...

Probable Confederate...

Probable Confederate British Pattern 1853...

Price $4,500.00

This Pattern 1853 rifle-musket was sold by Sinclair, Hamilton & Company of London, most likely to the Confederate States. To quote from "The English Connection" by Pritchard & Huey: "The great majority of arms acquired through Sinclair, Hamilton & Company were Pattern 1853 rifle muskets and without question the firm played an absolutely essential role in the acquisition...

Springfield Model 1873...

Springfield Model 1873 Carbine (AL5299)

Price $2,295.00

Custer Range gun, serial number 37846. 45-70 caliber with a 22” barrel. This gun has several alterations to convert it into a 1st Model carbine. The barrel is a replacements and the lock is off a later gun. The stock has the long wrist and the breech block is the high arch type. Neat gun that would be...

Unaltered U.S. Model 1843...

Unaltered U.S. Model 1843 Hall Carbine (AL5320)

Price $4,450.00

This U.S. Model 1843 Hall-North breech-loading percussion saddle ring carbine is also known at the side-lever Hall. 10,500 were made by Simeon North, Middleton, CT, from 1844 to 1853. Of these 5,000 were later rifled for use in the Civil War. This 52 caliber smooth bore single shot carbine operates by depressing the thumb lever located on the right side of the receiver. This raises the...

Gwynn & Campbell Civil War...

Gwynn & Campbell Civil War Carbine .52...

Price $4,250.00

Gwynn & Campbell Civil War Carbine. .52 Percussion caliber. Approximately 8,200

manufactured between 1863-1864. Single shot. This is the type two carbine. Several Union