Cartridge Antique Long Guns

Cartridge Antique Long Guns, Marlin Lever Action Rifles & Henry Rifles for Sale

We have Marlin lever action rifles, Evans rifles, and Henry rifles for sale in our extensive inventory of cartridge antique long guns, which also includes Spencers, Sharps, Remingtons, and fine rifles from England and Continental Europe. Our cartridge long guns are highly collectable and our inventory changes frequently, so bookmark our new arrivals pageand check it often.

Check out our inventory of cartridge antique long guns below. For other long guns, browse our rifles, shotguns, and Winchesters.

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Scarce Whitney "Excelsior"...

Scarce Whitney "Excelsior" Single Shot Rifle...

Price $1,250.00

Fewer than 200 of the Whitney Excelsior rifles were made from 1866 to 1870. The overall length is approx. 45.5". The approx. 28" round 38 caliber rimfire (the firing pin can be changed to centerfire) barrel has a good bore with strong rifling and some erosion. All the metal has a light brown patina with some light roughness toward the muzzle, The stocks are very good with no cracks or chips...

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French Tabatiere 12 GA...

French Tabatiere 12 GA Shotgun (AL5732)

Price $595.00

This interesting French Tabatiere shotgun started life as a 17.8mm smooth bore flintlock musket. It was next rifled and altered to percussion. Circa 1867 it was altered to a 18mm cartridge breech loader using a swinging breech similar to the English Snider. Finally, in the 1870s it was cut down and altered into an inexpensive 12GA shotgun for the African and South American trade. (NOTE: DO...

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Hopkins & Allen No. 822 .22...

Hopkins & Allen No. 822 .22 LR (AL5994)

Price $425.00

Frame has vivid case colors. Stocks are solid with no cracks. Bore has strong rifling and a few pits. Overall very good condition takedown rifle. Hard to find in this condition, as many were used hard by youth.

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Jeffrey & Co. Martini Henry...

Jeffrey & Co. Martini Henry Target Rifle .303...

Price $2,850.00

Very fine target rifle. Right side of receiver is marked "J. Jeffrey & Co. Queen Victoria St. London". Action has a thumb safety and cocking indicator. Barrel has a four leaf folding sight in in-between a rear most fixed sight and foremost sight being a folding ladder graduated front sight. Each sight is numbered from one to ten with 5-10 being on the graduated ladder sight. Butt stock...

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Marlin 1888 Transition...

Marlin 1888 Transition Rifle .32-20 (AL5992)

Price $975.00

This late Marlin model 1889 rifle was factory assembled using a model 1894 barrel with the Aug. 1, 1893 patent date, probably as part of a parts clean up. The receiver is model 1888 as it has the unique lever latch. The model 1889 was made concurrently with the model 1894 through 1899, so the later model barrel is not that unusual. The 24" octagon barrel has a fine bore with bright rifling...

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Marlin Ballard Pacific...

Marlin Ballard Pacific Rifle (AL5592)

Price $3,750.00

Pacific rifle with double set adjustable triggers and ring lever. Barrel is 30" and is full octagon. Marlin name and Ballard's patent on left side of frame. The ramrod is present. This rifle is a heavy weight model and barrel is marked 40-63. Forend and buttstock have excellent checkering. This pistol grip has a fluted horn cap. The butt plate is rifle type and is steel. The stocks are...

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Marlin 1889 Rifle .38-40...

Marlin 1889 Rifle .38-40 (AL5336)

Price $1,295.00

Made in 1892. .38-40 Caliber with a 24” barrel. Barrel has a light brown to gray patina. The frame has a dark brown patina/ Wood good as refinished and repaired. Bore is surprisingly good with strong rifling and spots of...

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Sharps Borchardt 1878 Rifle...

Sharps Borchardt 1878 Rifle 40-50 Sharps (AL5346)

Price $5,750.00

Made from 1878-1881. 40-50 Sharps caliber (40 1 7/8) with a 28” barrel. Nice sharps gun. Barrel has some of the original finish, but mostly a mottled gray patina. The frame was case hardened and now has a silverish patina. Wood is very good. Front sight is a...

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Marlin 1894 Rifle .44-40...

Marlin 1894 Rifle .44-40 (AL5337)

Price $1,195.00

Made in 1895.  .44-40 with a  27” barrel. Metal has a smooth brown patina. Wood is very good. Action works well and bore has strong rifling. Bore overall is dark and has some pitting.

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Custom Sporting Rifle 7X57...

Custom Sporting Rifle 7X57 Mauser (AL6046)

Price $975.00

Custom sporting rifle made on a Argentine Mauser action. Rifle has been test fired and head spaced. Stock has a full length Mannlicher style stock with ebony nose cap. The bore is excellent. Barrel is 19 1/2" and overall length is 39 1/2". Comes with a 3X9 Redfield scope. Optics are clear and sharp. A well done conversion.

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Stevens Tip-Up Rifle .25...

Stevens Tip-Up Rifle .25 Stevens Rimfire (AL5629)

Price $1,595.00

Single shot tip-up rifle. Barrel is 30" with address markings "J. Stevens A&T Co. Chicopee Falls Mass. Pat. Sept 6. 1864". Bore is very good with strong rifling. Rifle has a tang peep sight. Receiver still has it's original nickel plating. Very good plus overall condition.

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Scarce Marlin Ballard No. 5...

Scarce Marlin Ballard No. 5 .45-70 Pacific...

Price $4,650.00

The Marlin Ballard No. 5 Pacific rifle was made from circa 1876 to 1891. This Pacific rifle is in the desirable 45 Government (45-70) caliber. The overall length is approx. 45.5". The 30" heavy octagon barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The barrel at the chamber is marked "45 Govt". It has a blade front sight and a buckhorn rear sight. The barrel finish is a smooth...

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British Martini-Henry...

British Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle .303...

Price $4,950.00

Very fine rifle with 24" barrel. Barrel has a full length solid rib with barrel sights, rear sight is fixed at 100 meters, second sight at 200 meters and third folding leaf at 300 meters. Ladder sight with graduations from 4 to 10. Barrel rib marked "Watson Bros, Old Bond Street, London." Front sight is bracketed post. The receiver is engraved in a rose and scroll pattern with a decorative...

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Maynard Model 1882 Improved...

Maynard Model 1882 Improved Target Rifle No. 16...

Price $3,750.00

This Model 1882 Maynard Improved Target /Rifle No. 16 is in the desirable 45-70 caliber. The overall length is approx. 43". The 26" part round/part octagon barrel has an excellent bore with bright rifling. The front sight is an interchangeable peep and the rear is a two-leaf fold up. The octagon part of the barrel extends to the forend tip. The barrel is an even blue/brown with very light...

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Stevens Tip-up Rifle (AL5312)

Stevens Tip-up Rifle (AL5312)

Price $975.00

This Stevens tip-up rifle has an overall length of approx.38.5" The 24" part octagon/part round has a good bore with erosion toward the chamber and strong rifling. The caliber is unmarked but appears to be 25 Stevens Long Rimfire. The blued parts retain approx. 95% of an old reblue (over light pitting in some areas). The iron frame is bright with no evidence of its original nickel plating....

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Springfield Trapdoor...

Springfield Trapdoor Sporting Rifle Conversion...

Price $1,295.00

Made in 1868. This was a 50-70 Musket that has had a modern octagonal barrel added and the stock altered with a pewter forend tip. The barrel has a 28” octagonal barrel in 50-70 caliber. The parts of this gun are composites off of different model trapdoors. Wood is good as altered and still has a sharp “ESA” cartouche. Bore is excellent

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Remington No. 1 Sporting...

Remington No. 1 Sporting Rifle (AL5302)

Price $2,495.00

Made in 1870s. 44 Caliber (most likely a 44-77) with a 30” octagon barrel. This is a reasonably sharp gun with a heavy barrel marked on the bottom with “44???GES” the middle part being obscured by a pewter dovetail. Metal has an even brown patina on metal!

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Whitney Burgess Morse Lever...

Whitney Burgess Morse Lever Action Rifle (AL5298)

Price $2,795.00

Made in late 1870s- to early 1880s. 45-70 caliber with a 28in barrel. The metal of this gun is nice and sharp with blue in protected areas, but the metal is mostly a light brown to gray patina. The wood is good with a minor crack on the left hand side of the wrist and a chip on the left hand side of the forearm. There is a repair to the right hand side of the magazine...

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Remington No.1 Rolling...

Remington No.1 Rolling Block Long Range...

Price $6,850.00

Scarce Creedmoor rifle. A few hundred were made between 1873 and 1890. The overall length is 50". The 33 5/8" octagon/round barrel has an excellent bore. The bottom of the barrel is marked "44 CTGE S". Usually this is .44-77 Rem but could be .44-90. There is a long range vernier sight mounted on the tang. It is coupled with a special order windage adjustable, spirit level globe front sight....

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Marlin 1893 Saddle Ring...

Marlin 1893 Saddle Ring Carbine .32 Special...

Price $895.00

The 20" barrel is marked ".32 HPS" for High Power Special. This is the same as .32 Winchester Special. The rifle has been expertly refinished and looks great. The bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. Overall very good plus condition with some blue flaking on the underside of the action.

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