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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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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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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U.S. Civil War 2nd Type...

U.S. Civil War 2nd Type Merrill Cavalry Carbine...

Price $1,250.00

There were 14,495 breech-loading percussion carbines made for the Union by H. Merrill of Boston during the Civil War. The Second Type can be identified by the rounded, button type breech latch. The 22⅛” round .54 caliber barrel has a poor bore. All metal has a brown patina with scattered roughness. The lock markings are there but barely visible. The Merrill markings and...

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U.S. Navy Model 1870...

U.S. Navy Model 1870 Rolling Block Rifle .50-70...

Price $875.00

Overall length is approximately 47½”. The 32⅝” round .50-70 Centerfire caliber barrel has a fair bore with pitting in the grooves. All the metal has a brown patina. The wood is good with issue dents and dings, wood loss at the forearm junction with the receiver, and wood loss along the cleaning rod channel. The cleaning rod is a replacement. The right side of the receiver...

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Confederate Richmond Armory...

Confederate Richmond Armory Type III 2-Band...

Price $4,250.00

Overall length is approximately 46”. The 30” round approximately .60 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair bore. All metal has a gray/brown patina with light roughness. The barrel is marked “V/P/ Eagle” and is dated 1861. The stock is very good with scattered issue dents and dings, no cracks or chips. The lock, with medium “hump”, is marked at the front “C.S./ Richmond VA”...

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Civil War Spencer Saddle...

Civil War Spencer Saddle Ring Carbine With...

Price $1,450.00

All metal has an even brown patina. The wood is fair with missing areas around the lock, with an added screw on the bottom of the forend, and the dents and dings expected of a cavalry carbine. While the soldier who carried this carbine didn’t take very good care of the exterior, he maintained the bore. It has strong rifling and is bright. The action functions correctly and...

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Scarce Large Frame...

Scarce Large Frame Remington Civil War Split...

Price $750.00

There were 15,000 of these rifles delivered to the Army in 1865 and 1866. The U.S. sold them back to Remington in 1870. They were then sold to France for use in the Franco-Prussian war. Examples are scarce today. This carbine would make a good restoration project and it is priced accordingly. The 20” round barrel has a dark bore with visible rifling. Metal is smooth with a...

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Very Fine Springfield U.S....

Very Fine Springfield U.S. Model 1888 Ramrod...

Price $1,575.00

The 32” round barrel has an excellent bore. All metal has approximately 95% blue. The breech block has approximately 50% case colors. The lock is fine. The stock is fine with scattered use dents and no cracks or chips. It has a strong “SWP/1891” cartouche. The butt plate is brown. There is a front sight cover. The ramrod bayonet is fine. The action functions...

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Springfield U.S. Model 1816...

Springfield U.S. Model 1816 Arsenal Altered to...

Price $895.00

This Springfield Model 1816 musket is dated 1838 on the lock and barrel. The 42” round .69 caliber barrel has a good bore. Has been arsenal converted using the Belgian method (cone in barrel). The bright metal is smooth with brown staining. The cone is broken off in its seat. The forward band spring “tit” is missing. The stock is good with a...

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U.S. Model 1842 Percussion...

U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket (AL5241)

Price $975.00

U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket. This musket has been shortened from its original length. The overall length is approximately 49½”. The 34” round .69 caliber barrel has a good smooth bore. All metal has been cleaned bright. The barrel has the “VP”/ eagle proof marks, and the tang is dated “1852”. The only lock marking is “Spring/ Field/ 1844” at the tail. The butt plate tang is marked...

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Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps...

Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps 1859 Musket (AL5247)

Price $11,500.00

Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps 1859 musket. Made in 1860s during the Civil War. Has a 30” .52 caliber barrel. The metal has been cleaned and has a gray patina with light pitting. There is a very light cartouche on the right-hand side. These guns are distinguished by their double triggers. This gun is equipped with them and they work perfectly. These guns were issued to the 1st and 2nd...

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Gallagher Saddle Ring...

Gallagher Saddle Ring Carbine (AL5212)

Price $1,395.00

Gallagher Saddle Ring carbine. Made in the 1860s. Has a 22” barrel in .50 caliber. Metal has been cleaned and has a bright metal patina. Wood is very good as refinished and repaired. Bore has good rifling with some pitting. Action works well.

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Sharps & Hankins Navy...

Sharps & Hankins Navy Carbine (AL5214)

Price $995.00

Sharps & Hankins Navy Carbine. Made in 1860s. Has a 24” barrel in .52 caliber. This is a pretty sharp gun with a mostly gray patina. Wood is very good, and has a bit of a weathered appearance. Action works well. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. All of the leather that was originally on it is missing.

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Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps...

Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps Model 1859 Military...

Price $14,500.00

Berdan Sharpshooters Sharps Model 1859 military rifle. Made in 1860s. Has a 30” barrel in .52 caliber. This nice sharp gun is way above average condition for these models of guns. The barrel has approximately 50% arsenal blue. “OWA” (Orville W Alinsworth) inspection stamp is on the side of the barrel. The wood is very good. There is a very light cartouche on the right side....

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Harpers Ferry Model 1816...

Harpers Ferry Model 1816 Two-Band Percussion...

Price $875.00

Harpers Ferry Model 1816 two-band percussion altered rifle. Overall length is approximately 46”. The 30½” round .69 caliber barrel has a fair bore. This musket was altered to percussion by the Belgian cone-in-barrel method. The hammer has a small “2” on it. The barrel has the “V/P/ (traces of eagle)” at the breech. All metal has a dark brown patina....

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Gallagher Civil War Carbine...

Gallagher Civil War Carbine (AL5207)

Price $1,495.00

Gallagher Civil War carbine. Made in 1860s. Gun is overall in very good condition with a smooth brown patina throughout the metal. Action works perfectly. Bore has good strong rifling with some pitting.

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U.S. Model 1842 Percussion...

U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket (AL5198)

Price $3,150.00

U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket. Made by Harpers Ferry Armory in 1847. The overall length is approx. 57.5”. The 42” round .69 caliber barrel has an excellent smooth bore. The breech is stamped V/P/eagle head with inspectors’ initials over P ahead of that. The lock has the eagle over US in the center and “Harpers/Ferry/1847” at the tail. There is no stock...

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Springfield Model 1873...

Springfield Model 1873 .45-70 caliber Trapdoor...

Price $1,275.00

Springfield Model 1873 .45-70 caliber Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine. With 1884 upgrades. The overall length is approximately 41”. The 22” round barrel has a good bore with strong rifling and areas of light pitting. The barrel and action have a blue-brown patina. The lock is gray/brown. The US/Springfield is barely visible. The lightly sanded stock is good with a crack at the left...

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