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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Possible Confederate-Identified Cavalry Carbine...

Price $2,950.00

This Virginia percussion cavalry carbine is marked on the butt R L WYNN over 3 VA CAV Co I. The marking appears to be old. According to the soldier details on the National Park Service web site, Richard L. Wynn served as a private in Company I in the 3rd Regiment of the Virginia Cavalry. The 3rd Regiment, Virginia Cavalry was organized and entered Confederate service on July 1, 1861. Until...

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Rare Percussion Deringer...

Rare Percussion Deringer Model 1817 Rifle (AL6970)

Price $3,875.00

38,200 54 caliber U.S. Model 1817 Flintlock rifles (also known as the :Common Rifle") were produced by Henry Deringer, Philadelphia, Robert Johnson, and Nathan Starr, both of Middeltown, CT, between 1817 and the early 1840s. Many were later altered to percussion by the Government but only a handful were originally made as percussion rifles such as this fine Deringer rifle. The 36" round...

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U.S. Model 1896 Krag...

U.S. Model 1896 Krag Carbine (AL7023)

Price $2,475.00

The Model 1896 Krag carbine was used by Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill and in other Spanish-American War actions. This carbine is close to Rough Rider carbine numbers but is not listed as one. The 22" round 30 Government center fire caliber (30-40) barrel has an excellent bore. This carbine retains approx. 90% of its original blue finish with wear on the...

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Excellent Sharps & Hankins...

Excellent Sharps & Hankins 1862 Navy Carbine...

Price $3,950.00

Of the 6,686 1862 carbines purchased by the Navy from Sharps & Hankins, Philadelphia, between 1862 and 1865, only an handful survive with intact leather barrel covering like this one. The 24" round leather covered 52 rimfire caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. As previously mentioned, the leather barrel covering is intact and in excellent shape. The frame is...

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U.S. Springfield Model 1879...

U.S. Springfield Model 1879 Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $1,295.00

This is an all original U.S. Model 1879 Springfield trapdoor rifle. The 45 Government (45-70) barrel has an excellent bore with bright rifling. It has the correct Model 1879 buckhorn rear sight including the correct headless attaching screws. The underside of the breechblock and the barrel tang have generous amounts of their original case colors. The blued parts have most of their original...

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U.S. Springfield Model 1861...

U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion...

Price $2,195.00

The Model 1861, along with the imported British pattern 1853 rifle musket, were the primary Union percussion rifle muskets in the early years of the Civil War. The 40" round 58 caliber barrel has a fine bore with strong bright rifling. The barrel is dated 1862 at the breech and has the correct V over P over eagle inspection marks. All the metal has a smooth gray-brown patina.  The lock is...

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Civil War Gallager Carbine...

Civil War Gallager Carbine (AL6946)

Price $1,450.00

Richardson & Overman of Philadelphia, PA, manufactured 17,728 Gallager carbines for the Union during the Civil War. The majority, like this one, were 50 caliber percussion breechloaders with the last 5,000 being chambered for the 56-52 Spencer cartridge. The 22.25" round barrel has a very good bore with bright strong rifling and erosion toward the chamber. All the metal has a smooth...

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Scarce Civil War Palmer...

Scarce Civil War Palmer Bolt Action Carbine...

Price $5,250.00

The single shot bolt action Palmer was the first U.S. military bolt action metallic cartridge arm. The E.G. Lamson and Co., Windsor, VT, delivered 1001 in June 1865. While they were delivered after the hostilities had ceased, many consider them to be Civil War guns. The 20" round 50 rimfire barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barre has an even smooth blue-brown...

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U.S. Springfield Model 1884...

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

Price $2,250.00

This all correct U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Saddle Ring Carbine is the type used during the late Indian Wars and Spanish American War. The 22" round 45 Government caliber (45-70) barrel has a fine bore with bright, strong rifling and with a little firing erosion toward the muzzle. The barrel has a smooth brown patina and the correct inspection and proof marks at the breech. It is correctly...

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Springfield U.S. Model 1863...

Springfield U.S. Model 1863 Type II Rifle...

Price $1,495.00

This Type II (aka Model 1864) percussion Model 1863 rifle musket is distinguished by its solid bands which are retained by band springs. The 40" round barrel has a fair bore with rough areas. The barrel has a gray-brown patina with roughness around the bolster. The V over P over eagle inspection marks are light but visible at the breech. The lock, hammer, and trigger guard are brown with...

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U.S. Model 1855 Percussion...

U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Rifle Musket (AL7008)

Price $3,950.00

Springfield Armory manufactured 47,115 Model 1855 58 caliber percussion rifle muskets between 1857 and 1861 with Harpers Ferry Armory manufacturing an additional 12,158. Many were lost in the early months of the Civil War. This rifle musket's 40" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel is marked V over P over eagle at the breech with 1858 on the top flat....

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Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor 45-70 (AL5564)

Price $695.00

Model 1884 Trapdoor rifle. Bore is excellent. Stock has a repaired crack at the wrist and has a crack above the trigger guard that will need to be repaired. Good overall condition. A reasonably priced Trapdoor rifle.

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Kentucky Triplett & Scott...

Kentucky Triplett & Scott Repeating Carbine...

Price $1,595.00

The Meriden Manufacturing Company, Meriden CT, manufactured approx. 5,000 Triplett & Scott 50 rimfire caliber carbines in 1864 and 1865. Of these, approx. 3,000 had 30" round barrels while the remaining 2,000 had 22" barrels. This carbine is one of the more desirable and scarce 22" barrel versions. The state of Kentucky contracted for 5,000 in January 1865 to arm the Home Guard which was...

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Sharps 1863 Saddle Ring...

Sharps 1863 Saddle Ring Carbine (AL6929)

Price $2,450.00

Civil War issue Sharps model 1863 carbine. Has not been altered for cartridges. Metal has mostly a brown and gray patina. Stock has a repair at the wrist. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Action works properly. Very good overall condition. A popular Civil War carbine.

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US Model 1896 Krag .30-40...

US Model 1896 Krag .30-40 Krag (AL6085)

Price $1,050.00

This is a standard US Model 1896 Krag rifle in good condition. The 30" round 30US (30-40 Krag) caliber barrel has an excellent bore. The barrel is blue-brown with wear at the muzzle where a bayonet was fitted. It is equipped with the Model 1896 rear sight. The receiver has the U.S. Springfield Armory, Model 1896, and serial number, 62348. It is a mixture of blue and brown. The stock is very...

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Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor 45-70 (AL5697)

Price $595.00

US military rifle from the 1880's. Rear sight needs to be replaced. Metal has a mostly brown patina. Bore has some pitting. Fair overall condition. Reasonably priced.

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Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor .45-70 (AL5565)

Price $1,050.00

US military rifle. Stock has a nice 1889 cartouche. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Very attractive rifle, with most of it's original finish. Very good plus overall condition.

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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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