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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Rare Johnston and Howe...

Rare Johnston and Howe Civil War Era Trials...

Price $6,500.00

This pivit breech carbine is marked W. Johnston patent 1862 and A.H. Rowe patent 1864 (no, 42,227). It was manufactured by William Muir & Co. of Windsor Locks, CT, and is dated 1864 on the frame of the pivoting barrel section. There is an element of mystery...

US Springfield 1884...

US Springfield 1884 Trapdoor .45-70 (AL7129)

Price $2,495.00

Very fine example. Breech block has vivid case colors. Metal has approximately 97% original finish. Stock has a sharp 1889 dated cartouche. Excellent overall condition.

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor Carbine 45-70 (AL6924)

Price $2,250.00

US military saddle ring carbine manufactured in 1887. Metal has a gray and brown patina. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. stock has a rack number near butt plate and some initials by saddle ring. Good overall condition. A desirable carbine model.

Excellent Civil War Merrill...

Excellent Civil War Merrill Rifle (AL7045)

Price $12,500.00

Only 770 54 caliber, percussion, breech loading, single shot Merrill rifles were bought by the Union during the Civil War. They are among the more rare and sought after percussion Civil War percussion breech-loading rifles. They were manufactured by H. Merrill, Baltimore, MD.  As...

U.S. Model 1866...

U.S. Model 1866 Breech-Loading Rifle (AL6980)

Price $3,995.00

Collectors also call this rifle the Second Model Allin Trapdoor rifle. 25,000 of these rifles were altered from U.S. Model 1863 rifles at Springfield Armory in 1866. The 40" (to the breech plug, 36 5/8" to the breech block) round 50 Government centerfire (50-70) caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling.It has the original Civil War era eagle at the breecn and small S...

S.N.&W.T.C. Model 1863...

S.N.&W.T.C. Model 1863 Rifle-Musket for...

Price $1,750.00

This U.S. Model 1863 type I (screw bands) percussion rifle-musket was made by Samuel Norris and William T. Clement on contract for the satae of Massachusetts in 1864. The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has a fair to good bore wih visible rifling. Itr has the customary V over P over eagle with a small LCR on the left flat. It is bright with brown staining and a few dings toward the breech. The...

Springfield 1888 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1888 Trapdoor 45-70 (AL5810)

Price $1,395.00

Ramrod bayonet variation. US military rifle with and 1891 dated cartouche. Metal has a mostly brown patina. Stock is very good. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Very good overall condition.

U.S. Springfield Model 1816...

U.S. Springfield Model 1816 Type III Flintlock...

Price $2,800.00
U.S. Springfield Model 1816 Type III Flintlock Musket. Musket is in overall great condition. Metal has a light gray patina. Lock is actually a mis-stamp on lock. (eagle head faces down). Barrel tang looks to be dated 1835. Stock shows handling and usage wear. Overall a great looking 1816!
U.S. Model 1884 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1884 Springfield Trapdoor Carbine...

Price $2,295.00

The 45 Government (45-70) centerfire caliber Model 1884 carbine was used toward the end of the Indian Wars and during the Spanish American War. The 22" round barrel on this gun has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel has a plum-brown patina. The breechblock is marked US over MODEL over 1884.  Case colors are visible on the underside. The lock has the eagle with U,S....

U.S. Springfield Model 1879...

U.S. Springfield Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine...

Price $2,650.00

The 45 Government (45-70) centerfire caliber Model 1879 trapdoor carbine was used during the Indian Wars. The 22" round barrel on this gun has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling with light frosting in the grooves. The barrel has a smooth brown patina. The breechblock is marked U.S. over MODEL over 1873. The case colors have turned a smooth blue. The lock has the eagle with U,S....

U.S. Model 1865 "First...

U.S. Model 1865 "First Allin" Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $4,950.00

The 58 caliber rimfire U.S. Model 1865 "First Allin" trapdoor rifle was manufactured at Springfield Armory from July through December 1865. It is the first of the many variations of the famous Springfield trapdoor firearms. Only 5,000 were produced in 1865. Springfield altered U.S. Model 1861 58 caliber percussion rifle muskets by cutting the breech and adding the trapdoor mechanism. This...

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...

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...