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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Spencer Model 1860 Military...

Spencer Model 1860 Military Rifle Army Model...

Price $3,495.00

Made circa 1863-1864. 52 caliber with a 30” barrel. Nice sharp gun with a bluish brown patina on the barrel. The frame has a sharp brown to gray patina. Wood is excellent. There are no cartouches present, so these wood is probably...

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Assembled C.S. Richmond...

Assembled C.S. Richmond Civil War Musket (AL6041)

Price $1,575.00

This assembled C.S. Richmond percussion musket has a medium hump lock with C.S. over Richmond, VA at the center and 1863 at the tail. The overall length is approx. 65.25". The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has a fair to good bore with visible rifling. The barrel has a smooth brown patina with increasing roughness toward the breech starting about at the rear sight. There are no visible barrel...

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Civil War Burnside Carbine...

Civil War Burnside Carbine (AL6040)

Price $1,275.00

This fifth model Civil War Burnside percussion carbine obviously saw action. The overall length is approx. 39.25". The 22" round 54 caliber barrel has a good bore with dark strong rifling and some frosting in the grooves. The barrel is a frown patina with areas of light roughness. This very early fifth model, serial number 203, was probably delivered in 1863. The breechblock has the standard...

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Sharps New Model 1863...

Sharps New Model 1863 Cartridge Conversion...

Price $4,450.00

Saddle ring carbine is in very fine condition. This is the scarce "Model 1867" which has a spring loaded firing pin. Of the approximately 31,000 carbines converted, only 1,900 were the early type. This carbine has its original six groove barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel has 98% of it's arsenal finish; which is a please blue/brown. The receiver and lock are fine with visible case...

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Civil War Sharps and...

Civil War Sharps and Hankins Model 1862 Army...

Price $650.00

This is a good representative early Model 1862 Sharps and Hankins Army carbine. The 24.25" round 52 rimfire caliber barrel has a good bore with bright, strong rifling which has frosting in the grooves. It has the standard Sharps and Hankins rear sight and no front sight. The muzzle is flat. All the metal has either a smooth brown patina (barrel and tangs) or a moderately pitted brown patina...

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Springfield 1861 Musket...

Springfield 1861 Musket (AL5310)

Price $1,495.00

Dated 1862. 58 caliber with a 40” barrel. This gun is in “attic” condition with a dark brown, almost black patina on metal. Wood shows numbers nicks and dings. There is a wire wrap, period repair on the wrist. Action works well and functions properly. This is a civil war musket that looks like it was right out there in the middle of the war. The repair to the wrist is...

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US Springfield Model 1816...

US Springfield Model 1816 Percussion Musket...

Price $995.00

Dated 1837. 69 caliber with a 42” barrel. This gun has been converted to percussion in the Belgian style. The metal has a Smooth brown patina. Wood is very good with visible with cartouches. Action works well.

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First Type Two-Trigger...

First Type Two-Trigger Frank Wesson Civil War...

Price $975.00

This scarce 44 Rimfire first type Frank Wesson carbine was made circa 1859 to 1863. Only about 2,000 were made and many were lost in the first years of the Civil War. The first type is easily distinguished by the slotted link which is mounted on the RIGHT side of the barrel. This link limits barrel travel when the gun is broken open to load. The overall length is...

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U.S. Model 1842 Harpers...

U.S. Model 1842 Harpers Ferry 2-band Musket...

Price $795.00

This is a Mexican War era U.S. Model 1842 Harpers Ferry percussion musket dated 1845. It has been period altered from three bands to two bands. The 29" round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair, dark bore with roughness. The barrel has the standard V/P/eagle proof marks. With the exception of the 18, the barrel tang date is unreadable. All metal is smooth and brown. The lock is marked...

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U.S. Hall Model 1819...

U.S. Hall Model 1819 Percussion Alteration...

Price $795.00

This is a flintlock Model 1819 that was arsenal-altered to percussion. The 32 5/8" round 52 caliber barrel has a dark bore with strong rifling. As is correct, the rifling stops about 1.5" short of the muzzle. All the metal is brown with even pitting. The breechblock is marked J.H. HALL/H. FERRY/US/1834. The stock is good with numerous storage/use dents and dings. The swivels and ramrod are...

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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...

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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...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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U.S. 1819 Hall...

U.S. 1819 Hall Breechloading Musket (AL4318)

Price $4,800.00

U.S. 1819 Hall breechloading musket 2nd type. Very nice gun with 65% of the original arsenal brown finish. Wood is very good. On left hand side of stock are a couple of unusual marks that appear to have been painted on during the period of use. Gun works perfectly. These are unique guns in being the first U.S. breechloaders. Very fine original condition.

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U.S. Model 1861 Parkers'...

U.S. Model 1861 Parkers' Snow & Co....

Price $2,950.00

This 58 caliber percussion Model 1861 rifle-musket by Parkers' Snow & Co. is dated 1863. It is believed to be a product of the James Mulholland contract of 1861 of which 5,502 were delivered. The 40" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. All metal is bright and clean. The barrel, which is dated 1863, has the usual V over P over eagle proof marks and a small...

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Very Scarce U.S. Krag Model...

Very Scarce U.S. Krag Model 1898 Carbine (AL5275)

Price $3,495.00

Only 5,000 Model 1898 carbines were made in 1898, and many of these were later altered to the Model 1899 configuration. This is the last U.S. carbine to be equipped with the saddle ring and bar. This is an essentially correct Model 1898 carbine in unaltered configuration. It has the Model 1898 stock with a strong 1898 cartouche and circle P firing proof. It has the saddle ring and bar and...

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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...

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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...

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