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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Very Fine Springfield 1896...

Very Fine Springfield 1896 Krag Carbine (AL7182)

Price $4,500.00

Serial number 39617. 30-40 krag carbine with a 22” barrel. This gun is in excellent condition. Barrel has almost all of the original blue. The frame still has the mottled gray case colors. The wood is excellent with nice sharp cartouches. Very fine all original Krag carbine!

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U.S. Model 1841...

U.S. Model 1841 "Mississippi" Rifle (AL6930)

Price $2,695.00

This Harpers Ferry manufactured U.S. Model 1841 "Mississippi" rifle is in its original 54 caliber percussion configuration. It gained its "Mississippi Rifle" nickname during the Mexican War due to its successful use by a Mississippi regiment commanded by Jefferson Davis. There were...

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Civil War Sharps New Model...

Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 Carbine (AL7078)

Price $3,395.00

This 52 caliber Sharps New Model 1863 percussion carbine is in very good condition. The metal is a smooth plum brown and the receiver case colors have turned silver-gray.. The receiver has the standard Sharps and patent markings on the left and right sides. The serial number is...

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Fine U.S. Model 1855 Rifle...

Fine U.S. Model 1855 Rifle Musket (AL6979)

Price $5,500.00

This 58 caliber percussion U.S. Model 1855 Rifle Musket was made by Springfield Armory in 1859. The 40" round barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling. The barrel has the V over P over eagle on the left flat at the breech and 1859 on the top flat. All the metal is polished bright. The stock is fine with no cracks or chips, sharp edges, very light issue wear, and a visible cartouche on the...

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U.S. Model 1814 Flintlock...

U.S. Model 1814 Flintlock Rifle by Deringer...

Price $3,475.00

This is a very nice expertly reconverted U.S. Model 1814 56 caliber rifle manufactured by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia circa 1814 to 1817. The 33 1/8" half octagon barrel has a very good smooth bore (original 54 caliber rifled bore slightly reamed to about 56 caliber) with rifling cuts still evident at the muzzle.. The barrel is marked on the top flat H. DERINGER over PHILADa and F over P...

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U.S, Model 1841...

U.S, Model 1841 "Mississippi" Rifle (AL6029)

Price $2,950.00

This 1850-dated Robbins & Lawrence Model 1841 Mississippi rifle was altered during the Civil War for a socket bayonet. This unusual alteration consists of turning the first 3" of the barrel down (which, on this example, is about .020" oversize) to accept a Model 1855 socket bayonet. The original brass front sight was replaced with a Model 1855 rifle musket sight, placed 1.25" from the...

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US Springfield 1892...

US Springfield 1892 Unmodified Krag 30-40 Krag...

Price $5,995.00

Scarce unmodified model 1892 Krag with cleaning rod. Metal has a mostly brown patina. Stock is good with a very faint cartouche. Bore is very good with strong rifling. A desirable early Krag!

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U.S. Springfield Model 1879...

U.S. Springfield Model 1879 Trapdoor .45-70...

Price $995.00

US military rifle manufactured in the early 1880s. Metal has been refinished long ago and looks good. Bore is very good with strong rifling and some very minor pitting. Very good overall condition.

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Springfield 1884 Trapdoor...

Springfield 1884 Trapdoor 45-70 (AL7103)

Price $875.00

US Military rifle made in the late 1880s. Metal has a mostly brown patina. Wood is very good with some nicks and dings. Bore is excellent. Good to very good overall condition. Reasonably priced. Comes with a reproduction sling.

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2nd Model Allen 1866...

2nd Model Allen 1866 Trapdoor 50-70 (AL7085)

Price $995.00

US military rifle from the late 1860's. Metal has been refinished long ago and is starting to turn a brown patina. Stock has a crack near upper barrel band. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Good overall condition. Lock is marked "US Springfield 1864".

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Possible...

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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Special Model 1861...

Special Model 1861 Rifle-Musket (AL6984)

Price $2,550.00

This percussion 58 caliber Special Model 1861 rifle-musket was manufactured by the Lamson, Goodnow & Yale Company of Windsor, VT. The 40" round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. It is dated 1863 on top of the chamber with V over P over an eagle inspections below. The barrel is bright with scattered staining. The lock is marked U.S. over L.G. & Y. over WINDOSR...

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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 1879 Springfield...

U.S. Model 1879 Springfield Trapdoor Carbine...

Price $2,875.00

The 45 Government (45-70) centerfire caliber Model 1879 trapdoor carbine was used during the Indian Wars. The 22" round barrel on this gun has a good bore with good rifling with firing erosion toward the muzzle. The barrel has a smooth brown patina. The breechblock is marked U.S. over MODEL over 1873. The case colors have turned a smooth blue-brown. The lock has the eagle with U,S. over...

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U.S. Springfield Model 1879...

U.S. Springfield Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine...

Price $2,650.00

The 45 Government (45-70) centerfire caliber Model 1879 trapdoor carbine was used during the Indian Wars. The 22" round barrel on this gun has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling with light frosting in the grooves. The barrel has a smooth brown patina. The breechblock is marked U.S. over MODEL over 1873. The case colors have turned a smooth blue. The lock has the eagle with U,S....

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U.S. Model 1865 "First...

U.S. Model 1865 "First Allin" Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $4,950.00

The 58 caliber rimfire U.S. Model 1865 "First Allin" trapdoor rifle was manufactured at Springfield Armory from July through December 1865. It is the first of the many variations of the famous Springfield trapdoor firearms. Only 5,000 were produced in 1865. Springfield altered U.S. Model 1861 58 caliber percussion rifle muskets by cutting the breech and adding the trapdoor mechanism. This...

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US Surcharged British 1796...

US Surcharged British 1796 Heavy Cavalry...

Price $9,500.00

This bayonet-equipped British flintlock Pattern 1796 heavy cavalry carbine is US surcharged on the barrel and lock. The overall length is approx. 41". The approx. 26.25" round 75 caliber barrel has a good bore with very light roughness. It has two London proofs at the top followed by the US stamp. The U and S are seperated indicating that this is a post Revolutionary war marking. All metal...

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U.S. Springfield Model 1873...

U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle...

Price $1,195.00

The U.S. Model 1873 Springfield trapdoor rifle was the first of the U.S. 45 Government center fire caliber (45-70) arms. This early Model 1873, serial number 24,355, was made in 1874. It was later updated with a replacement stock, barrel, and 1884 rear band. The 32 5/8" round barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling. The barrel has a V over P over eagle at the breech. It has an even brown...

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War of 1812 New York State...

War of 1812 New York State Flintlock Musket...

Price $2,495.00

This 1812 dated 1808 type flintlock musket was made for the State of New York. The 42" round 69 caliber smooth bore barrel has a very good brown bore with visible manufacturing marks. lIt is marked at the breech M over 1812 followed by P over SJ followed by a larger SNY at the rear. The barrel is a smooth gray-brown. The lock is marked only SNY. It, and the other metal parts, have s brown...

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British Pattern 1853...

British Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle (AL6983)

Price $1,625.00

About 1,000,000 Pattern 1853 British Enfield percussion rifles were used by Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. This is most likely one of them. It has the "look" of a rifle musket that was used in campaigns and battles. The 39" round 577 caliber barrrel has a good bore with visivle rifling. All the metal has a brown patina with roughness in the breech area and on the hammer....

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