Serial No. AH610, 17.75" round barrel chambered in 10.36x47Rmm center fire circa 1891 as dated on the barrel.This Rare Carbine is single shot and is in overall good condition, bore is very good with strong rifling visible. Stock is good with cartouches visible. Action is tight but functions correctly. Comes with bayonet.
Foreign Military Antique Long Guns
NSN, .69 caliber, 44.5" round barrel with "D" stamped noted. This American Revolutionary War Era flintlock musket is in overall good condition with scattard oxidation and pin-prick pitting visible on its metal surface. Action holds at half and full cock with the lock plated stamped "D" over Charleville. Wood is good with no cracks or wood loss present, handling and usage wear is noted....
British Pattern 1853 Enfield musket with that Civil War look to it. Metal has a dark aged patina. Wood shows usage and wear with some loss by the nipple. This is expected from a musket with heavy use. Faint traces of rifling remain.
Scarce London Armory Company Pattern 1853 rifle. Civil War era rifle. Metal has a blue-brown patina. Brass furniture is good. Has nipple cover and chain. Lock has dated 1861. Action works perfectly. Stock is factory checkered with no cracks or dings. Excellent example of a Civil War rifle.
This unit-marked Scottish third model flintlock Brown Bess musket was made circa 1820 in Edinburgh. The overall length is approx. 55.25". The 75 caliber barrel has a dark smooth bore. The barrel has a smooth brown patina and has what appears to be FO proof marks at the chamber. The barrel at the muzzle is thin. The lock is marked THOMSON. There are five Thomsons listed as working as...
Unlike most Spanish model Remington Rolling Block rifles, this rifle has an excellent bore. It is also unusual in that it is fitted with a medium length lug for a saver bayonet. The overall length is approx. 50.75". The 35 1/8" round 43 Spanish caliber barrel has a block and blade front and standard Spanish Remington adjustable rear sights. The barrel is gray/brown with a few areas of very...
The right side of the butt has a nickel-silver plaque inscribed "H.M. RIDLEY/52nd Light Infantry/FROM/G.M. Biddulph./R.M. Pulteney./H.M. Douglas./T.D. Butler./E.B. Poeklington./T.P. Waters./Oct. 11th. 1867." The 52nd Light Infantry from Oxfordshire was in India until 1865 and was then stationed in England, Ireland, Malta, and Gibraltar. They headed to Malta in September 1868.
This British Army issue percussion Pattern 1853 was manufactured in 1861. The 39" 61 calibeer smooth bore barrel has a very good bore. The polished barrel is bright with a few scattered stains. The London proof marks are visible but indistinct. The spring fastened bands are bright. The lock, which is a mixture of brown and bright, is marked 1861 over TOWER with the military crown-broad arrow...
SN:2939B. Desirable model 1891 crabine. Unit marked on upper barrel band to an Artillery regiment. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is excellent. Bolt has a slight modification for easier use. Stock is good with minor nicks and dings. Good overall condition.
SN: P0689. Argentine military Mauser made by Loewe manufacturer in Berlin, Germany. The serials are all matching. The bore is excellent and the actions work perfectly. The crest on the receiver has been ground. Overall excellent condition. Comes with leather sling and Bayonet with sheathe. The bayonet has non-matching serials and is marked " Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. Solingen."
Swiss military bolt action rifle manufactured in the 1870's. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
Scarce Austrian cavalry carbine. Barrel is marked "Elise Dojac" directly infront of rear sight. Action works properly. Barrel is approximately 14.5". Overall length is 29.5". Very good overall condition.
Two band musket. Lock and barrel are unmakred. Action works properly. Barrel is 29.5". Stock has a chip by lock. Good overall condition.
SN: A7159. Chilean military Mauser made by Loewe Berlin. The serials are all matching. The bore is very good with a spot of corrosion near the center of the barrel. The stock is in excellent condition with a cartouche on the left side of the butt stock and the serial is marked on the left of the receiver. Overall very good condition.
Scarce Jagerstutzen model. Top barrel flat directly next to nipple has a makers mark. Hammer cocks and function properly. Metal has a grey patina. Good overall condition.
Barrel has been reduced to 29" and had it's sights "upgraded". Lock is dated 1860 and marked "Tower". Hammer cocks and functions properly. Good overall condition. Very reasonably priced.
British military rifle converted to .303 British. Barrel is 21". Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Action works properly. Wrist has some cracks that have been repaired. Good overall condition.
Swiss military rifle converted to a carbine. Front and rear sight are later replacements. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Action works properly. Good overall condition.
NSN, .69 caliber circa 1820's, 42.5" round barrel French 1822 Grenadier musket manufactured by St. Etienne, Metal has been polished with pin-prick surface oxidation noted. Wood is good with minor handling and oil staining noted. Action functions correctly.
Percussion carbine. Lock is unmarked. Barrel is approximately 14". Action works properly. Metal has a brown patina. Fair overall condition.