Flintlock & Percussion Antique Long Guns

Antique Flintlock & Percussion Rifles for Sale

Our selection of antique flintlock rifles for sale is comprised of highly collectible pieces from the United States, England, and Continental Europe. Our inventory of antique rifles for sale includes long guns like Kentucky percussion rifles, English flintlocks and muskets, and German muzzle loaders. Our inventory changes frequently, so bookmark our new arrivals pageand check it often.

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Parker Field & Sons Indian...

Parker Field & Sons Indian Trade Musket (AL7186)

Price $3,295.00

Made in 1881. 60 caliber with a 21” barrel. Barrel has been shortened. Barrel is half octagon half round barrel that has been shortened. The lock is marked “Parker Field & Sons/ London” Behind the hammer is the date 1881 and the tombstone fox marking. Wood is very good with the typical serpentine lock plate. Action works perfectly. Very fine Indian trade musket!

J. Henry & Son Half Stock...

J. Henry & Son Half Stock Percussion Rifle...

Price $2,795.00

Made 1860s. 54 caliber with a 33 3/8” barrel. Barrel has a mixture of original brown and a patina. Wood is very good. This gun is in excellent condition for one of these half stock guns. The action works perfectly.

Kentucky Style Sporting...

Kentucky Style Sporting Rifle w/ Tryon Lock...

Price $695.00

Made circa 1820. 40 caliber with a 34” barrel. This Kentucky style gun has a Tryon lock and was made to be a percussion from the start. Both the barrel and the stock have been shortened. This gun has a nice patch box, the wrist has cross hatch checkering.

William Reynolds Kentucky...

William Reynolds Kentucky Sporting Rifle (AL7195)

Price $3,995.00

Made circa 1860s – 1870s. 38 caliber with a 40 ½” barrel. Barrel has a smooth even brown patina. The barrel is marked “Wm Reynolds” in a cursive script. William Reynolds was a gunsmith in Lawrence, Ks. The patchbox also has the Reynolds markings while the lock is a Conestoga Rifle Works. This is a very well made gun with a nicely engraved patchbox. The butt stocks is...

J. Henry Sporting Rifle...

J. Henry Sporting Rifle (AL7173)

Price $795.00

Made circa 1850. 52 caliber with a 42” heavy barrel.  Metal has a dark patina. Barrel is marked “J. Henry” while the lock is indiscernible, Stock is a replacement. Very neat heavy barrel plains rifle!

H. E. Leman Sporting Rifle...

H. E. Leman Sporting Rifle (AL7172)

Price $1,795.00

Made 1840 – 1850s. 54 caliber with a 41” heavy barrel. Both barrel and lock have Leman markings. Gun has a heavy barrel with a dark brown patina. Wood has normal handling wear and various cracks. The barrel and stock have been hide wrapped just forward of the front sight. Two tacks have been put in just forward of the patch box and there are several other tack holes are on...

Incredibly Rare Jennings...

Incredibly Rare Jennings Patent Flintlock...

Price $22,500.00

Serial Number 31. Made in 1821.  Approximately 65 caliber with a 32 ½” barrel. This is a an extremely rare Jennings flintlock 3 shot repeater. Very few of these are known. Despite this gun being number 31, we would estimate the production would be under 10. Metal has a light gray patina on metal. Barrel is marked “I JENNINGS N YORK No31” These are unusual guns...

Edward Middleton Side by...

Edward Middleton Side by Side Shotgun 10 Gauge...

Price $795.00

Made circa 1860. 10 Gauge with a 33” barrels. This gun has a dark patina on the metal. Wood is very good overall with moderately sharp checkering. Action functions but does not have a safety notch. Hammers are different, but match in age. 10 Gauger guns are very desirable and this gun would look perfect over a fireplace.

H. E. Leman Percussion...

H. E. Leman Percussion Sporting Rifle (AL7178)

Price $1,695.00

Made circa 1860. 52 caliber with a 34” a barrel. Bother the barrel and lock have the H. E. Leman markings. Wood has been cleaned. This gun has double set triggers. Action works well.

Indian Trade Musket by...

Indian Trade Musket by Barnett (AL7241)

Price $4,500.00

Made circa 1850s. 65 caliber with a 34” barrel. Very neat gun with a lot of character and signs of Indian use.  The stock is heavily decorated with brass tacks. . This gun shows heavy use as well as period modifications like a shortened barrel and conversion to percussion. This gun has the enlarged trigger guard with the serpentine lock plate which is typical...

Incredibly Historic...

Incredibly Historic Kentucky Rifle Presented...

Price $450,000.00

When one studies the early history of the United States and our struggle for freedom and independence during the American Revolution, there is no foreign-born participant more important to the outcome of that struggle than the Marquis de La Fayette. As a token of our honor and respect for his valor, sacrifice, and steadfast efforts towards upholding the freedom and equality of man, the name...

Unusual Medbery Mule Ear...

Unusual Medbery Mule Ear Percussion Rifle (AL7000)

Price $3,750.00

This unusual mule ear percussion rifle was made by Joseph Medbery of Rochester, NY. He made flintlock and percussion rifles and pistols from 1818 to 1841. He sold his business to the well-known gunsmith William Billinghurst in 1841. The overall length of this fine rifle is approx. 47.5". The 32" octagon 40 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel retains...

New England Style Club Butt...

New England Style Club Butt Flintlock Fowler...

Price $6,500.00

This is an early New England style dog lock, club butt fowler. The overall length is approx. 59.75". The 43.75" octagon to round 71 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair bore with moderate roughness. It has an even dark brown patina. It has a small brass blade front sight and a sighting groove on the barrel tang. There is an impresd proof on the barrel which appears to be HL with a fer de...

Unusual British Flintlock...

Unusual British Flintlock Indian Trade Musket...

Price $2,950.00

This flintlock Indisan Trade Musket is unusual as the barrel was never shortened during its period of use. As the quality of black powder improved most muskets of this type were shortened to make them lighte and handier. The overall length of this musket is appprox. 67.5". The approx. 51 3/8" octagon to round 64 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fair bore. The barrel has two Birmingham proof...

Sharps Model 1853 Carbine...

Sharps Model 1853 Carbine (AL7077)

Price $4,475.00

The percussion Sharps Model 1853 carbine was manufactured by Robbins & Lawrence, Windsor, VT, until October 1856 when manufacturing transitioned to the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company, Hartford, CT. These are often called the John Brown Model as he used them in his 1859 raid on the U.S. arsenal at Harpers Ferry, VA. The 21.5" round 52 caliber barrel has a very good bore with strong...

Unusual Belgian Copy of...

Unusual Belgian Copy of Swiss Model 1851...

Price $2,750.00

This Belgian copy of the Swiss Model 1851 Stutzer rifle is in fine condition. While the Swiss Model 1851 is chambered in 10.4mm, the first European small bore military caliber, this rifle is in the earlier widely-used 18mm. The overall length is approx. 50". The approx. 35.5" octagon 18mm barrel has an excellent bore with multiple lands and grooves with a little frosting in the grooves. The...

British Blunderbuss by...

British Blunderbuss by Whitney (AL7004)

Price $3,500.00

This brass barreled blunderbuss was made by Josias Whitney, 1 Craven Ct, Strand, London, circa 1823 to 1830. The overall length is approx. 32". The 16'round barrel measures approx. 1 7/8" at the muzzle. The smooth bore is dark but good. It would clean up considerabley. The barrel has two London proofs, a cannon style muzzle, two decorative bands, and light engraving at the breech. It is...

Fine Percussion Target...

Fine Percussion Target Rifle by Nelson Lewis...

Price $2,675.00

Nelson Lewis (1811 - 1888) operated as a gunsmith in Troy, NY, from 1843 to 1888. He is known for percussion guns, especially target rifles. The overall length of this target rifle is approx. 43.75". The approx. 27.5" octagon 48 caliber barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The very slightly tapered barrel measures 1.1" across the flats at the muzzle which is turned (but...

Flared Muzzle Coach Gun By...

Flared Muzzle Coach Gun By Egg (AL5758)

Price $3,950.00

Very fine flint lock coach gun by L. Egg. The first initial is not visible on lock but the Egg is clearly visible. Roller frizzen dates it to approximately 1810-1820. Barrel length is 14.5" to front of breech plug. Overall length is 31". The outside diameter of the flared muzzle is 2". This is a very well made gun, if not over built. The barrel is double keyed to the stock. Barrel and breech...

Ethan Allen Single Shot...

Ethan Allen Single Shot Sidehammer Percussion...

Price $3,495.00

This unmarked Allen single shot muzzle-loading sidehammer percussion rifle was made circa mid-184s to the early 1860s. Only a few hundred are estimated to have been made. The overall length is approx. 51.25". The linger than normal 35" octagon 36 caliber barrel has an excellent bright bore with strong rifling. The barrel measures 1" from flat to flat. It retains 90%+ of its original brown...