Scarce military style Daisy BB rifle. Rifle has blunted bayonet and original canvas sling. A neat and unusual Daisy!
Antique Air Rifles & Misc Antique Long Guns
U.S. Springfield Model 1816 flintlock musket. Metal has a dark brown patina, does show areas of surface pitting. Lock is dated 1824, as well as the barrel. Stock is good and shows two faint cartouches. Stock does have a ding at bottom right under the lockplate. Good looking 1816!
Charles Lancaster Patent 12 Gauge Double with under lever opener. Excellent bore. Locks are marked W&C Scott & Son. Chokes are cylinder and improved cylinder. Gun has rebounding firing pins. Frame, locks and cocks and buttplate are beautiful tight scroll engraved. Length of pull is 14 ½”. Stock is solid with no cracks or chips. Checkering is good to very good with forend showing some checkering...
German Zimmerstutzen Rifle approximately 4mm caliber. Excellent bore. Barrel is 29” long. Barrel has a milled top rail for sliding barrel sight. We do not have the barrel sight but there is a tang sight. Front sight is a thin post with dot on top of post. Gun has set triggers. Stocks are very good and well carved leaf and acorn motif. Forend has a small wood repair on both right and left sides...
C.C. Brand Whaling Gun. 1 1/8” bore, 22 ½” barrel and 38 ½” overall length. This gun comes with its Bomb Lance. These guns were made in Norwich, Connecticut during the 1850’s to 1860’s. Ramrod pipe is missing.
C.C. Brand Whaling Gun. Very rare gun with brass stock. Flayderman’s Guide makes mention of these very early guns. Gun is unmarked but obviously Brand by the construction. Barrel has a dark golden patina. Almost impossible to find!
C.C. Brand Early Model Whaling Gun. 7/8” bore. 20” barrel and 36” overall length. Early model with the wooden butt stock. Norm Flayderman suspected these early guns were made by Allen and Thurber. The C.C. Brand whaling guns were out of Norwich, Connecticut as was Allen and Thurber. These were made in the 1850’s. Very nice early piece!
Early Air Rifle with set trigger. Rare! Bellows operated with spanner wrench aperture on side of stock. Circa 1700. Has very good amount of fading original blue on barrel. Very good overall condition.
Zimmerstutzen but very unusual. Breech is rifled for about 12" & is small & opens to a very large bore (this is the reverse of a usual Zimmerstutzen where the front 12" of barrel is rifled). AYDT system & is a rare takedown. Very fine engraving & has a detachable cheek piece.
Quakenbush Model 1 air rifle. Excellent condition with over 70% of the original nickel remaining. Wrist has a crack on the left side, but there is no danger of the stock coming apart. Excellent original varnish remains. Gun appears to work perfectly!
Markham "Chicago" Air Rifle. Very early Air Rifle! Wood construction on exterior with the tank and spring system metal. "Chicago Air Rifle/Markhams Patent" stamped on left hand side of the stock. These were popular guns that are seldom seen.
Early English Air Rifle. Circa about 1750. This is a unique piece that one does not encounter often. The air tank is the butt stock of the gun and it is covered in original leather. The barrel is 39" long and approximately 45 caliber. One unusual feature on this gun is the flintlock type hammer. Most hammers on air guns bear no resemblance to a normal gun. Well made gun and the name "Bell" is...