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

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U.S. Model 1861 Percussion...

U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Contract Rifle (AL4884)

Price $1,350.00
U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Contract Rifle. Manufactured by Norwich Arms Co. Metal is gray with some areas of surface pitting by the nipple and rear sight. Lock is dated 1863 with “US” over “Norwich”. Stock has dings and letters carved in the wood. The letter “N” is in the butt stock and “E” is forward of the trigger guard. Affordable Civil War musket!
Whitney 1861 Percussion...

Whitney 1861 Percussion “Plymouth” Rifle (AL4879)

Price $4,750.00
Whitney 1861 Percussion “Plymouth” Rifle. Only 10,000 of these rifles were manufactured. Metal has been cleaned shows surface staining. Lock is dated 1863 and is of the first style. Stock is in great condition, shows minor handling wear. Rifle also comes with Dahlgren bayonet dated 1864 and “U.S.N.” marked on ricasso with “D.R.” inspector marks. Comes with original sheath in excellent condition
Very Fine U.S. Model 1866...

Very Fine U.S. Model 1866 Springfield 2nd Allin...

Price $4,250.00
Very Fine U.S. Model 1866 Springfield 2nd Allin Conversion Trapdoor .50-70 caliber rifle. Barrel has bright finish with surface staining. Breech is black. Lock plate is dated 1864 and has 98% original case coloring. Stock has minor handling and storage wear. The 1866 proved itself during the Wagon Box and Hayfield fight in 1867!
Unique India Pattern Type 2...

Unique India Pattern Type 2 Brown Bess “New...

Price $12,500.00
Unique India Pattern Type 2 Brown Bess “New York” Marked. Barrel is 42”. Metal has light gray patina. Lock plate is marked “Tower” and forward of hammer has crown. Stock has been lightly sanded and varnished at some point. Stock has “NY” stamp. These muskets were used extensively by the British during the War of 1812. It is our opinion that this Brown Bess was picked up and used by the New York...
U.S. Springfield 1866...

U.S. Springfield 1866 Trapdoor 2nd Allin...

Price $1,895.00
U.S. Springfield 1866 Trapdoor 2nd Allin Conversion .50-70 caliber rifle. These rifles were made from left over Civil War muskets. Metal has a dark gray patina. Lock plate is dated 1864. Stock is good, shows handling and storage wear. Cartouche is present on the left side of stock. Bore is good and shows pitting in areas. Rifles were most notably used in the Hayfields and Wagon Box fights in 1867.
U.S. Model 1816 Contract...

U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by L. Pomeroy...

Price $2,750.00
U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by L. Pomeroy. Metal has a gray patina. Lock plate and barrel are dated 1829. Barrel is stamped “Conn”. Stock shows handling wear and usage. There is a piece missing at the rear of the lock plate. Cartouche is visible. Only about 21,600 of these were made from 1817-1836. Good looking contract Connecticut musket!
U.S. Springfield Model 1868...

U.S. Springfield Model 1868 Trapdoor .50-70...

Price $1,495.00
U.S. Springfield Model 1868 Trapdoor .50-70 caliber rifle. Metal has a light gray patina. Lock plate is dated 1863 and serial number is 33398. Stock shows handling and storage wear. Bore is dark with strong rifling and areas of pitting. Many state militias were given these rifles.
Remington Conversion of an...

Remington Conversion of an 1816 Model U.S....

Price $1,495.00
Remington Conversion of an 1816 Model U.S. musket. Remington supplied the lock and Maynard type primer system to the Frankford arsenal. The arsenal would rifle the barrel. Musket looks to have been cleaned. Metal parts are in the bright with pinprick pitting. Stock is good and has been lightly sanded. Both barrel and lock plate are dated 1858. Unique example of older musket being upgraded in...
U.S. Springfield Model 1873...

U.S. Springfield Model 1873 .45-70 (AL4805)

Price $2,750.00
U.S. Springfield Model 1873 .45-70 caliber rifle with 1879 improvements. Great looking U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle. Serial number for the rifle states it was sent to the 20th Kansas Volunteer Infantry, aka “fighting Twentieth”. The 20th saw action in the Philippines! Metal has gray patina. Bore is bright with strong rifling with some minor areas of frosting noted. Stock is good, shows some...
Beautiful U.S. Model 1816...

Beautiful U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by N....

Price $9,500.00
Beautiful U.S. Model 1816 contract musket by N. Starr. Barrel retains its original brown armory finish, except the area in front of the first barrel band that in a bright finish. Lock plate is dated 1832 and has gorgeous case colors. N Starr emblem is excellent. Frizzen also has beautiful original case colors. Wood is good, shows minor handling wear. Cartouche is present. Musket also has...
Virginia Manufactory 2nd...

Virginia Manufactory 2nd Model Musket (AL4707)

Price $6,000.00
Virginia Manufactory 2nd Model Musket. Also known as the Transitional or Interim Style. Produced between 1816-1817 with approximately 8000 being made. Lock plate is dated 1816 and looks to have been cleaned at some time. Barrel has a gray patina. Stock is in good condition, does show some handling wear. Good early state shoulder arm!
Scarce Early Whitney...

Scarce Early Whitney Connecticut Contract 1861...

Price $2,195.00
Scarce Early Whitney Connecticut Contract 1861 Musket. Metal has been cleaned into a bright finish. Pitting is noted on the top of the lock plate and nipple. Lock plate is an early style with the “E. Whitney” over “N. Haven”. Stock is good, shows handling wear with no cracks. These muskets are commonly found with heavy use. Great early Civil War musket!
N. Starr & Son U.S. Model...

N. Starr & Son U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket...

Price $3,295.00
N. Starr & Son U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket. 15,530 were manufactured from 1829-1840. Barrel has a dark brown patina. Lock plate has a faint “U.S.” and “RR” forward of the hammer. Rear of the hammer reads “1832” with a faint “MIDLtn CONN 1832”. Stock is good with a faint cartouche visible. Minor dings and scratches noted. Great solid looking contract model 1816!
Virginia Manufactured 2nd...

Virginia Manufactured 2nd Model Flintlock...

Price $6,500.00
Virginia Manufactured 2nd Model Flintlock Musket. Late style. Lock plate is dated 1818. Approximately 14,000 were manufactured. Metal has a brown patina. Stock has traces of an old lacquer, applied at some point. “JW” is stamped under the trigger guard at the rear. Great looking 2nd Model.
U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock...

U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock “Common” Rifle (AL4662)

Price $4,750.00
U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock “Common” rifle. Made by Deringer. Only 13,000 of these were made. Barrel has a brown patina. Lock is a dark brown patina. Stock is in good shape, does show handling wear. Rifle has the correct ramrod. Overall a great looking “Common Rifle”.
U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock...

U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock “Common" Rifle (AL4661)

Price $17,500.00
U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock “Common" Rifle. Manufactured by Nathan Starr & Son. Total production for the 1823 contract was 4,020. Rifle has about 95% original brown finish. Lock plate shows original lock plate case coloring. Lock is dated 1824. Stock is excellent. Has areas of raised grain and nice sharp edges! Cartouche is sharp. Patch box contains original tools! This is one of the best “Common...
U.S. Model 1816 Contract...

U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by M.T. Wickham...

Price $3,500.00
U.S. Model 1816 Contract Musket by M.T. Wickham. Production ran from 1822-1837, about 16,600 were made during that time. Metal is in the brown. Barrel does have some dings and scratches between the front sight and barrel band, possibly occurred from the barrel being struck by an object. Stock is good, has a crack between front sight and barrel band. Two cartouches are present. Great looking...
U.S. Harpers Ferry Model...

U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1795 Musket (AL4629)

Price $3,000.00
U.S. Harpers Ferry Model 1795 musket. Barrel has a brown patina with surface pitting. Lock is dated 1817. Wood is in good shape, shows handling wear. Butt plate is dated 1812. Harpers Ferry started production in 1800. Affordable early Harpers Ferry Musket!
U.S. Model 1808 Contract...

U.S. Model 1808 Contract Musket by T. French...

Price $1,495.00
U.S. Model 1808 Contract Musket by T. French. These contract muskets were patterned off the Harpers Ferry. Only 4000 were said to have been delivered of the contract. Metal has been cleaned and shows heavy pitting on the barrel and barrel bands. Wood is good, lightly sanded. Lock has Eagle with T. French and Canton at the rear in vertical.
Miller Conversion of a...

Miller Conversion of a Parker Snow musket (Al4611)

Price $1,695.00
Miller Conversion of a Parker Snow musket. About 2,000 muskets were converted between 1865-1867. Calber is .58 RF. Overall great condition. Barrel is a grey patina. Stock shows handling use and wear. Bore is excellent! Really great looking early breech conversion rifle.