U.S. Military Antique Long Guns

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

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Identified Confederate...

Identified Confederate Percussion Model 1840...

Price $5,750.00

If only this rifle musket could talk! It started life as a U.S. Model 1840 flintlock 69 caliber smoothbore musket. It appears that it must have been in a Southern arsenal at the start of the Civil War as it is altered to percussion using the Belgian cone in barrel method. However, the alteration is not up to U.S. arsenal standards as neither the "bump" in the barrel nor the cone placement...

Unmarked U.S. 1808...

Unmarked U.S. 1808 Commercial Musket (AL5325)

Price $2,200.00

This unmarked flintlock musket generally fits the characteristics of the U.S. 1808 contract muskets. The 38" round 68 caliber smooth bore barrel has a good dark bore. All metal is bright with light staining. There are no marks on the barrel or lock. The stock is very good with no cracks or chips and light use dents and dings. The only visible marking appears to be the stocker's initials...

U.S. Model 1879 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1879 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $1,050.00

This U.S. Model 1879 Springfield trapdoor 45 Government caliber (45-70) rifle is circa late 1883/early 1884. The 32 5/8" barrel has a fine bore with bright, strong rifling and a little frosting in the grooves. It is equipped with the correct fifth type Model 1879 rear sight. All metal has a smooth blue/brown patina with the exception of the buttplate which has moderate pitting. The case...

Probable Confederate...

Probable Confederate Richmond/Model 1855...

Price $4,250.00

This percussion rifle musket is typical of Confederate Richmond Arsenal assembled guns during the Civil War. They will be found with a mix of Confederate and Union parts. With the exception of the lock which is marked C.S/RICHMOND, VA. and is dated 1863, the remainder of this rifle musket is a U.S. Model 1855. The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling....

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...

Excellent U.S. Model 1884...

Excellent U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle (AL5286)

Price $3,250.00

This U.S. Model 1884 trapdoor 45 Government centerfire caliber (45-70) is ready for your collection. The 32 5/8" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. All metal has approx. 98% blue. The breechblock and tang have good case colors. The stock is very fine with no cracks or chips, a strong SWP/1887 cartouche and firing proof, and a few scattered storage dents and...

Excellent U.S. Model 1879...

Excellent U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Rifle (AL5285)

Price $3,450.00

Model 1879s in this condition are few and far between. This 45 Government centerfire rifle (45-70) has all correct Model 1879 features including the fifth type 1879 Buckhorn rear sight. The 32 5/8" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. All the metal has approx. 96%+ blue. The breechblock has strong case colors. The stock is very fine with no chips or cracks, a...

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

Fine U.S. Model 1884...

Fine U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle (AL5284)

Price $2,750.00

This Model 1884 trapdoor rifle is in the condition that collectors love. The 32 5/8" round 45 Government caliber (45-70) barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. It has approx. 96% blue with most of the loss on the buttplate. The breechblock has strong case colors. It is equipped with the standard Buffington rear sight which has a small dent on the left side of the leaf. The...

U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor...

U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Rifle with 1884...

Price $2,450.00

This Model 1879 trapdoor rifle was arsenal-upgraded during its use by the addition of the Buffington rear sight and the appropriate barrel band. The 32 5/8" round 45 Government centerfire caliber (45-70) barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. All metal parts have approx. 95% blue with most of the loss on the buttplate. The breechblock has good case colors. The stock is...

U.S. Model 1866 Second...

U.S. Model 1866 Second Allin Rifle (AL5282)

Price $3,750.00

   The U.S. Model 1866 50 Government centerfire caliber (50-70) is also known as the second Allin conversion. It is the first of the centerfire trapdoor rifles. 25,000 were manufactured in 1866 by Springfield Armory from altered Model 1863 percussion muskets. The 40" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel, bands, triggerguard, and buttplate are bright. The...

Fine U.S. Model 1866 Second...

Fine U.S. Model 1866 Second Allin Rifle (AL5279)

Price $4,150.00

The U.S. Model 1866 50-70 Government centerfire rifle was manufactured at Springfield Armory in 1866. They were made from altered Model 1863 58 caliber percussion muskets with barrels lined to 50 caliber. The 36 5/8" round barrel has an excellent bore. The barrel, triggerguard, buttplate, and bands are unpolished bright. The breechblock, marked 1866 over an eagle, has 95% of its original...

U.S. Model 1861...

U.S. Model 1861 Rifle-musket by E. Robinson...

Price $1,850.00

E. Robinson of New York delivered 30,000 58 caliber percussion rifle-muskets to the Union between 1864 and 1865. The 40" round barrel has a good dark bore with visible rifling. The barrel has the V over P over eagle proofs with L.E.M. inspection to the side. It is dated 1864. The lock has he second type E. Robinson marking with the E. ROBINSON legend in an arc over NEW YORK. The 1864 date at...

U.S. Model 1861 Musket by...

U.S. Model 1861 Musket by Providence Tool Co....

Price $2,300.00

This Providence Tool Company Model 1861 U.S. percussion rifle-musket is in fine condition. The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has an excellent bore. The cleaned metal is all bright. The stock, which has had finish added, is fine with sharp edges, light storage and use dents and dings, and no chips or cracks. The left flat is stamped N.J (New Jersey). The barrel date of 1863 is light. The barrel...

U.S. Model 1842 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1842 Springfield Percussion Musket...

Price $2,250.00

The overall length is approximately 57.5". The 42" round 69 caliber barrel has a fair bore. The barrel has a brown patina with moderate firing pitting around the bolster. There is an open dovetail for a rear sight. No inspection, proof marks, or date are visible on the chamber or tang. The lock an hammer are a gray/brown with areas of roughness on the lock. The lock has the eagle over US at...

Nashville Arsenal Belgian...

Nashville Arsenal Belgian Alteration of a...

Price $3,650.00

We identify this percussion cone in barrel altered Whitney Model 1816 U.S. musket as a Nashville Arsenal product based on the fact that, unlike other arsenal alterations, the pan cavity is not filled so it is flush with the top of the lock. For further information on this circa late 1860/early 1861 alteration see pages 16 and 17 of "American Military Shoulder Arms, Vol. III" by George D....

U.S. Model 1841 Percussion...

U.S. Model 1841 Percussion "Mississippi" Rifle...

Price $3,750.00

The "Mississippi Rifle" got its name due to its use during the Mexican War by a Mississippi regiment commanded by Jefferson Davis. The overall length is approximately 48.5". The 33" round .54 caliber barrel has a good bore with strong rifling. The barrel is polished bright. It is marked "U.S./JCB/P" at the breech and "STEEL" on the left flat. The tang is dated 1849. The lock and hammer are...

U.S. Springfield Model 1842...

U.S. Springfield Model 1842 Musket Marked "Bull...

Price $3,250.00

This Model 1842 percussion musket has a 41 1/2" (shortened approximately 1/2") round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel with a fair bore. The barrel has a gray patina with moderate pitting in the bolster area and partially visible proof marks. The replaced breech plug is dated 1838. The lock and hammer are brown with surface roughness. The lock has the eagle over US at the center and...

Unusual Percussion...

Unusual Percussion Presentation Rifle (AL5272)

Price $2,950.00

A most unusual piece needing further research. The overall length is about 37 3/4". The 22" round cut off barrel is approximately .54 caliber with a poor bore. All metal has a dark brown patina. The barrel has light pitting, with moderate pitting at the bolster area. The lock is brown with very light pinprick pitting. The brass furniture is fine with a nice even patina. The stock is fair...