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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U.S. Model 1884 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1884 Springfield trapdoor 45-70...

Price $1,495.00

U.S. Springfield model 1884 trapdoor rifle chambered in 45-70 in overall good condition. Stock has been lightly sanded with cartouche visible. Metal has a dark grey patina, bore is good with strong rifling present. Action functions correctly. 

U.S. Model 1879 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1879 Springfield trapdoor rifle...

Price $1,495.00

U.S. model 1879 Springfield trapdoor rifle chambered in .45-70 in overall good condition. Metal has a smooth light grey patina. Bore is excellent with strong rifling. Wood shows handling and usage wear with faint cartouches noted. Action functions correctly.

Whitney U.S. Contract 1812...

Whitney U.S. Contract 1812 musket (AL7092)

Price $2,495.00

Whitney U.S. Contract 1812 musket in overall good condition. Metal is a dark grey patina, lock is marked "N.HAVEN". Action function correctly and is tight. Wood is good with minor handling marks noted . Great War or 1812 era shoulder arm.

U.S. Model 1895 Winchester...

U.S. Model 1895 Winchester Lee Navy (AL7355)

Price $2,895.00

U.S. Model 1895 Winchester Lee Navy straight pull rifle chambered in 6mm Lee Navy. Rifle is in overall good condition. Metal has a grey patina with surface oxidation noted. Rifle is navy marked with serial number 8332. This Spanish American war rifle is one number off the batch recovered from the U.S.S Maine that was in Havana Harbor, Cuba. Action functions correctly. Bore is good with...

U.S. Model 1842 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1842 Springfield musket (AL5640)

Price $1,395.00

U.S. Model 1842 .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured by Springfield Armory in 1852. These muskets were used at the start of the Civil War and this one looks to have served! Metal has a dark grey patina with some pitting by the barrel tang and nipple area. Wood shows "combat damage" on right side of the butt stock, and has faint oval cartouche by the side plate. Musket comes with...

U.S. Springfield 2nd Allen...

U.S. Springfield 2nd Allen Conversion Trapdoor...

Price $2,495.00

U.S. Springfield 2nd Allin conversion trapdoor rifle chambered in 50-70. Rifle is in overall good condition, metal is a smooth light grey patina with pin-prick surface oxidation noted. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling present. Stock is excellent with cartouche present. Action functions correctly. 

Rare 1875 Lee Vertical...

Rare 1875 Lee Vertical Action Rifle (AL7354)

Price $6,750.00

Rare Model 1875 Lee vertical rifle made at Springfield Armory with a total production of 143. The Model 1875 was invented by James Paris Lee who would be credited for patenting the detachable box magazine. Rifle is in excellent condition and is chambered in 45-70. Action functions correctly. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling. This is one of the rarest martial rifles to own! 

Palmer Civil War Saddle...

Palmer Civil War Saddle Ring Carbine (AL7303)

Price $4,750.00

Made in 1865. 50 RF caliber with a 20” barrel. This is a fairly scarce gun with only 1001 of them made. This gun is in fantastic condition with 95% of the original blue. The lock still has beautiful case colors. Action works perfect. Bore is excellent!

Triplett & Scott Civil War...

Triplett & Scott Civil War Saddle Ring Carbine...

Price $4,500.00

Serial number 650. Made in 1860s. 50 RF caliber with a 30” barrel. Beautiful gun with 90% of the original finish on the barrel. The frame has faded case colors, but remains very fine stock with the usual split around the magazine. Action works perfect and bore is excellent.

Spencer Model 1865 Saddle...

Spencer Model 1865 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL7236)

Price $2,995.00

Serial number 23171. Made late 1860s. 52 caliber with a 20” barrel. Very fine condition with 75% of the original blue. The frame has 50% of the case colors. Wood is very good. Cartouches are still visible. This gun has a stabler cut off. This gun has British proofs on both on the barrel and the frame.

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...

Confederate Enfield Short...

Confederate Enfield Short Rifle (AL4567)

Price $3,995.00
Confederate Enfield Short Rifle. North Carolina issue. Butt plate and ramrod are numbered (but non-matching). Rifle has been expertly restored. Hard to find original Confederate marked guns.
Civil War Triplett & Scott...

Civil War Triplett & Scott Kentucky 22"...

Price $2,450.00

There were 2,000 22” barrel carbines made for Kentucky by the Meriden manufacturing company, Meriden, CT, between 1864 and 1865. The .50 caliber rimfire barrel has a good bright bore with pitting foward the chamber. There is a seven-shot magazine tube in the butt. The operation of the action is unusual....

U.S. Model 1866 Second...

U.S. Model 1866 Second Allin Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $3,250.00

This 50 Government (50-70) caliber U.S. Model 1866 Second Allin rifle is in fine condition. The 37" sleeved to 50 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. It has a blade front sight which also serves as the bayonet stud and a replacement Model 1858 rear sight. The barrel and furniture, which appear to have an old cleaning, are bright. The breechblock has its correct...

U.S. Model 1816 Musket by...

U.S. Model 1816 Musket by Wickham with Bayonet...

Price $6,950.00

This fine U.S. Model 1816 flintlock musket was made by Marine T. Wickham circa 1822 to 1831. It is finished in "National Armory Brown" and is known as a Type II Model 1816. The overall length is approx. 58". The 42" round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel has an excellent bore. The barrel retains approx. 95% of its original brown finish with loss at the muzzle from bayonet attachment. The barrel...

Nashville Arsenal U.S....

Nashville Arsenal U.S. Model 1816 Belgian...

Price $3,450.00

This 69 caliber Springfield Model 1816 musket was altered from flint to percussion by the Belgian cone in barrel process at the Nashville Arsenal, probably just before or very early in the Civil War. These alterations can be identified due to the fact that the Nashville Arsenal was the only arsenal that did not fill the remains of the flint pan with a brass filler as part of the alteration...

Gwynn & Campbell Type 1...

Gwynn & Campbell Type 1 Civil War Carbine (AL7058)

Price $3,695.00

Serial number 671. Made in 1863 – 1864. 52 caliber with a 20” barrel. Gun has a nice even brown patina. Wood is good. Action works well. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. The type ones are distinguished by the larger loops on the serpentine loading lever.

Springfield 1888 Saddle...

Springfield 1888 Saddle Ring Trapdoor Carbine...

Price $1,995.00

Serial number 450367. Made circa 1880s. 45-70 with a 22” barrel. Metal has an even brown patina. Wood is very good. This gun has a Buffington rear sight. Action works perfect. Bore is worn and has pitting.

Civil War Spencer Saddle...

Civil War Spencer Saddle Ring Carbine (AL6925)

Price $2,995.00

Serial numbers 18206. Made in 1860s. 52 caliber with a 22” barrel. This is an original civil war configuration. This gun has an even gray patina. The barrel has six groove rifling. Wood is very good. Action works well. Very good sharp early gun!

Springfield 1888 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1888 Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine...

Price $1,995.00

Serial number 340807. Made circa 1880s. 45-70 caliber with a 22” barrel. This is an attractive gun. Metal has 95% of a nice refinish. Wood is very good as refinished. Action works perfect. Bore is very good!