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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Full-Stock percussion rifle...

Full-Stock percussion rifle by Conestoga Rifle...

Price $2,250.00

.44 caliber 45.75" octagonal barrel Full-stock percussion rifle by Conestoga Rifle Works circa mid 1800's. Metal is a dark with surface oxidation visible. Wood shows heavy usage and handling wear with old repairs and wood loss noted throughout, barrel is not fully secured to the stock has pins are missing. Stock is also decorated with iron Tobacco tags that are marked "Hancock Richmond VA"....

Board of Ordnance Flintlock...

Board of Ordnance Flintlock Trade Gun by...

Price $3,250.00

.69 caliber 42" octagon to round barrel Board of Ordnance Flintlock Trade gun with a Ketland & Allport lock. Metal is a dark brown to plum patina with mottled surface oxidation present. Stock is good with scattered bumps, dings and mars present. The stock also shows Native use by the wood being reshaped and slimmed through the wrist. Lock plate is marked Ketland/&/Allport and circle...

Chief's Grade Trade Gun...

Chief's Grade Trade Gun altered to percussion...

Price $5,500.00

.60 caliber 36" octagonal to round barrel Chief's Grade trade gun altered to percussion in overall good condition. Metal is a scattered plum/grey patina finish with surface oxidation visible. Pitting is noted at the drum, wood shows usage and handling wear with old repairs noted forward of the trigger guard. German Silver Indian Chiefs motif is attached at the wrist. Action functions...

North West Percussion Trade...

North West Percussion Trade Gun By Parker Field...

Price $2,995.00

.58 caliber .32" octagon to round barrel North West percussion trade gun by Parker Field & Co. manufactured in 1875. Metal is a dark brown patina, lock plate is marked Parker, Field/&Co./1875/London and has the Hudson's Bay trade mark forward of the hammer. Wood is good with scattered dings and mars, minor wood loss is located by the mortise. Action functions correctly and is tight,...

Altered Trade Gun by...

Altered Trade Gun by Wheeler (AL7483)

Price $2,850.00

.65 caliber 37" round barrel Trade gun by wheeler circa 1800s altered to percussion from flintlock. Metal is a dark brown patina with pitting noted at the drum bolster. Lock plate is marked Wheeler & Son with a circle fox forward of the hammer. Stock shows some moderate wear with some wood loss noted at the rear of the lock plate. Trigger guard is oversized and has been attached by an...

Chief's Grade Board of...

Chief's Grade Board of Ordnance trade gun by...

Price $5,500.00

.60 caliber 36.5" octagonal to round barrel percussion altered Chief's Grade Board of Ordnance trade gun by Sutherlands circa 1813. Metal is a dark brown patina with scattered oxidation visible along the length of barrel. Lock plate is marked Sutherland with broad arrow visible. Pitting is noted at the drum bolster, German silver Indian Chief motif is present at wrist. Action functions and...

Board of Ordnance Chief's...

Board of Ordnance Chief's Trade Gun 1813...

Price $6,495.00

.60 caliber 36" octagon to round barrel Percussion altered 1813 Board of Ordnance Chief's Grade trade Gun. Metal is a smooth grey patina with heavy oxidation noted at the drum bolster. This Chief's Grade gun is unique as it is marked with a broad arrow on the lock. This gun was supplied to the British Native allies during the War of 1812! Stock shows usage and handling wear with some dings...

Native American Half stock...

Native American Half stock percussion rifle by...

Price $3,250.00

.52 caliber 36" octagonal barrel half stock percussion rifle by Enterprise Gun Works circa 1850's with Native American usage. Rifle is in relic condition with raw hide wrap securing the forend. Metal is a brown patina, wood is dry with butt-plate having been removed which is common. Action does not hold at full cock. Barrel is marked "Works Pittsburg". A true western gun!

Chief's Grade Flintlock...

Chief's Grade Flintlock Trade Gun by Morley...

Price $6,995.00

.66 caliber 37" round barrel flintlock Chief's Grade Trade Gun by Morley circa early 1800's in overall good condition. Metal is a dull grey patina with pin-prick oxidation present. German silver Indian Chiefs head is visible at the wrist. Wood is good with an old repaired crack right side above the lock plate. Lock plate is marked "G Morley" and barrel is marked "London with Birmingham proof...

Altered Percussion trade...

Altered Percussion trade gun by Isaac Hollis &...

Price $6,495.00

Very unique Native American trade gun by Isaac Hollis & Sons found in the "sand dunes" of southern Saskatchewan. 69 caliber with a 31.5" octagon to round barrel. Rifle is in untouched condition with butt plate removed and an Arrow design cut through the wood! Metal is a dull grey patina with scattered oxidation visible. Lock is marked with the Isaac's trade mark. Action is frozen, wood...

Chief's Grade Board of...

Chief's Grade Board of Ordnance North West...

Price $6,495.00

.60 caliber 36.75" octagon to round barrel with Damascus pattern Chief's Grade Board of Ordnance North West Trade Gun by Sutherlands. Gun has been altered to percussion from its original flintlock configuration, circa War of 1812. Metal is a grey to brown patina with surface oxidation visible, stock is good with scattered dings and mars noted. German silver Chiefs motif thumb plate at this...

Flintlock Musket By Samuel...

Flintlock Musket By Samuel Slocumb of New...

Price $3,295.00

Made circa 1820. 75 caliber with 41.5” barrel This is a gun marked by the Samuel Slocumb firm of New Orleans, Louisiana. Samuel Slocumb and Company was a general Hardware store that made and sold a wide variety of items.  Gun is in very good condition. The front part of the stock has been replaced approximately the last 28” towards the muzzle.

D. Nippes 1840 conversion...

D. Nippes 1840 conversion musket (AL7321)

Price $3,995.00

Model 1840 Flintlock musket with D.S. Nippes conversion with Maynard tape primer magazine door. Musket is in overall good condition with brown patina noted on metal surface. Action functions correctly. Wood is good with minor handling wear noted. Lock and tang are both marked 1842. Handsome cartouches are present. Only 2000 of these were ever made. 

Barnett Fur Trade Rifle .65...

Barnett Fur Trade Rifle .65 Cal (AL7062)

Price $4,750.00

Northwest fur trading rifle with two-stage 46.75" barrel, dated 1812 on the tail of the lock. The left side of the rifle has a serpent, which was a common indicator for fur trading rifles. many of these rifles were shortened later for practicality. The action works and the hammer holds on full and half cock. The stock is very good. Overall a very good example.

Rare Mexican Paget...

Rare Mexican Paget Flintlock Carbine (AL5602)

Price $7,500.00

This elegant English-made Mexican Paget flintlock carbine is circa late 18th century. It weighs in at a slim 4.5 pounds. The overall length is 42.5". The 26.5" round 48 caliber smooth bore barrel has a fine bore with the original reaming marks clearly visible. The barrel and lock have a smooth brown patina. The barrel has simple floral decorations from 1.5' forward of the breech plug to 7.5"...

Unusual Nickerson Patent...

Unusual Nickerson Patent Breech-Loading Shotgun...

Price $4,500.00

This very unusual Nickerson Patent percussion breech loading shotgun was made in 1850. It was manufactured for Nickerson by Joab Hapgood (1804-1890) of Shrewsbury and Boston, MA. He operated from 1826 to 1864 and is known for flintlock and percussion guns. C.V. Nickerson of Baltimore was issued Patent No. 8,690 for a breech-loading firearm on January 27, 1852. This shotgun predates the...

Full Stock Percussion Rifle...

Full Stock Percussion Rifle (AL5799)

Price $895.00

Made circa 1860. 32 caliber with a 37” barrel. Barrel has a light brown patina. Stock has a striped pattern finish. There is a repair around the tang. Action works perfect.

Beautifully Made New York...

Beautifully Made New York Target Rifle by W....

Price $4,500.00

Made circa 1860s. 44 caliber with 28 ½” barrel. Metal is nice and sharp with an even light brown patina. Wood is excellent. Back action lock is nicely engraved and marked “W. Hahn” Patchbox is German silver and nicely engraved as is butt plate and trigger guard. Very fine all original Percussion Target Rifle!

Half Stock Heavy Barrel...

Half Stock Heavy Barrel Double Key Target Rifle...

Price $2,295.00

Made circa 1860. 42 caliber with a 40 ½” barrel. Nice sharp gun with a dark brown patina. Stock is very good with a nicely checkered stock that has double keys. Action has set trigger and works well. Very nice example!

Half Stock Double Key...

Half Stock Double Key Percussion Rifle (AL5824)

Price $2,995.00

Made in 1860s. 38 caliber with a 35 ½” barrel. This gun is in very fine condition. Barrel has a mixture of original blue rating around 50% mixed with a plumb patina. Lock is marked G. Goulcher who was a New York Lock maker. Action works perfect. Beautiful stock with tiger stripe finish. This gun has a heavy barrel and has double key hole stock. Very fine Half Stock...