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.

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  • Case William Kavanaugh & Son, Dublin Single Shot Hunting Rifle.
Overall length is approximately 41½”. The 26” octagon barrel has a matted top flat. The bore is approximately .30 caliber and it appears to take an approximately 1.2” straight case. The bore is very good with some pitting toward the chamber. Barrel has approximately 90% blue/brown finish. The action, which is nicely engraved, is gray steel with traces of original colors. The action is opened with the side lever. Serial number, 8502, is matching on the action and barrel. There is a round silver escutcheon on the bottom of the stock that reads “RGW/ from/ CSB”. The buttstock is fine with a nicely checkered wrist and most of the original finish. The forend is good with an ebony tip, worn checkering, and a small missing piece at the rear left. Buttstock is fine. The action functions correctly. The green felt lined leather case label reads “William Kavanaugh & Son/ Gun & Rifle/ Manufactures/ 12 Dame St./ Dublin”. Kavanaugh operated in Dublin as early as 1830. The fire single shot rifle is marked “W.Kavanaugh & Son Dublin” in a oval on the left side of the receiver and “W.Kavanaugh & Son/ 12 Dame St. Dublin” on the right and left barrel flats. The 3-leaft rear sight is graduated at 50, 100, and 150 yards. This is a very nice single shot Irish hunting rifle. IT would fit any single shot or Irish collection.

    Case William Kavanaugh & Son, Dublin Single Shot Hunting Rifle (AL5146)

    $1,575.00

    Case William Kavanaugh & Son, Dublin single shot hunting rifle. Overall length is approximately 41½”. The 26” octagon barrel has a matted top flat. The bore is approximately .30 caliber and it...

  • Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle by F. Beesley.
Located at 2 St. James street, London S.W. The overall length is approximately 44½”. The 28” .577/450 caliber barrel has a good bore with strong rifling, with a matted top flat. Metal has an overall smooth blue/brown patina. The stocks are fine with no cracks or chips. The wrist and forearm are checkered, there is a trap (empty) in the butt. This rifle is equipped with sling eyes, there is a small oval blank silver escutcheon 3½” forward of the butt toe. The action function correctly. This is a fine example of a single shot English sporting rifle by a well-known maker.

    Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle by F. Beesley (AL5138)

    $2,650.00

    Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle by F. Beesley. Located at 2 St. James street, London S.W. The overall length is approximately 44½”. The 28” .577/450 caliber barrel has a good bore with strong rifling, with a...

  • Austrian Model 1867 Jäger Rifle.
Overall length is 50”. The 33” round 11x41Rmm caliber barrel has a fine bore. Metal has an even brown patina with scattered areas of light pitting. The stock is very good with no chips. The lock has a small crown cartouche over “872” (1872). The chamber is marked “OE/WG”. Barrel is marked “WN 73” and “ST 1880”. The butt plate tang has unit markings “V.L.ST R/ 7.7.3.1.). The bands are replacements. Ramrod is present. Action functions correctly. Stock has an age crack at on the left side of the butt. Here’s your chance to own a reasonably priced Wanzel Jäger rifles.

    Austrian Model 1867 Jäger Rifle (AL5136)

    $875.00

    Austrian Model 1867 Jäger Rifle. Overall length is 50”. The 33” round 11x41Rmm caliber barrel has a fine bore. Metal has an even brown patina with scattered areas of light pitting. The stock is very good...

  • British Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle.
Overall length is 45”. The 29” round barrel has a good bore with strong dark rifling. All metal has a smooth blue/brown finish. The checkered stocks are very good with no cracks or chips. The barrel is marked “Henry’s Patent B983” on the right and on the left side two Birmingham proofs with “52” between them, followed by another proof, followed by “W.T.”. The top 5¾” of the barrel is flat with a rear sight mounted on it. Rear sight has a fixed 50-yards leaf and folding leaves for 100, 200 and 300-yards. The receiver has decorative engraved scroll work surrounding a circle with two crossed pennants with a “B” below and below that is the serial number, 1560, and below that “Martini’s Patent”. The lever and trigger guard also have decorative engraving. Barrel and butt stock have sling swivel eyes. Acton works correctly and has the early sling safety on the right side. This is a very nice example of a Martini-Henry Sporting rifle. It would look good in any single shot or British Sporting collection. The caliber is the desirable .577/.450. Don’t miss this one! Ammo Available!

    British Martini-Henry Sporting Rifle (AL5125)

    $2,450.00

    British Martini-Henry Sporting rifle. Overall length is 45”. The 29” round barrel has a good bore with strong dark rifling. All metal has a smooth blue/brown finish. The checkered stocks are very good with no...

  • Evans Lever Action Repeating Rifle. Caliber .44 Evans. Serial number 2046. 26” barrel, octagonal with good rifling. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 95% factory blue. Receiver is an even light brown patina. Stocks are very good with no cracks, no chips. Stocks retain approximately 80-90% varnish. Very good condition. Neat rifle from Old West!

    Evans Lever Action Repeating Rifle (AL5108)

    $2,975.00

    Evans Lever Action Repeating Rifle. Caliber .44 Evans. Serial number 2046. 26” barrel, octagonal with good rifling. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 95% factory blue. Receiver is an even light brown...

  • Maynard Model 1873 .40 caliber carbine.
Made in the 1870s. Has 28” .40 caliber barrel with about 50% of finish mixed with patina. Wood is very good. Gun originally had a tang sight, but was removed somewhere along the way. Action works perfectly. Bore is excellent.

    Maynard Model 1873 .40 (AL5102)

    $2,295.00

    Maynard Model 1873 .40 caliber carbine. Made in the 1870s. Has 28” .40 caliber barrel with about 50% of finish mixed with patina. Wood is very good. Gun originally had a tang sight, but was removed somewhere along the...

  • Maynard Model 1882 Target Rifle.
Overall length is 41½”. The 26” octagon to round barrel appears to be either .32 Centerfire or .35-30 caliber. Bore is excellent. Barrel has approximately 95% blue. The rear sight dovetail is factory filled. Frame has approximately 60% case colors on the left-side with traces remaining on the right-side and lever. The butt stock is fine with no cracks or chips and has about 98% original varnish. The checkered forend is fine with about 98% varnish. Original tang sight is graduated to 1,220 yards. It is paired with a front peep sight. There are sling attachments on the barrel and butt stock. Action functions correctly. This very nice Maynard target rifle is ready for your collection.

    Maynard Model 1882 Target Rifle (AL5094)

    $3,450.00

    Maynard Model 1882 target rifle. Overall length is 41½”. The 26” octagon to round barrel appears to be either .32 Centerfire or .35-30 caliber. Bore is excellent. Barrel has approximately 95% blue. The...

  • Swiss Martini Tanner 10.4mm Swiss Rimfire Stutzer Rifle.
This 10.4mm Swiss Rimfire (.41 Swiss RF) Martini Tanner is in Stutzer (target/sharpshooter) configuration with double set triggers, target butt plate, and precision adjustable rear sight. The barrel has approximately 98% original blue. The receiver has traces of its original case colors turning a smooth blue/ gray. The full stock is fine with no chips or cracks. It has the correct ramrod, swivels, and bayonet lug. The bore is excellent. The barrel is 32”. Action functions correctly. This is a super example of the rarely encountered Stutzer configuration.

    Swiss Martini Tanner 10.4mm Swiss Rimfire Stutzer Rifle (AL5078)

    $2,250.00

    Swiss Martini Tanner 10.4mm Swiss Rimfire Stutzer rifle. This 10.4mm Swiss Rimfire (.41 Swiss RF) Martini Tanner is in Stutzer (target/sharpshooter) configuration with double set triggers, target butt plate, and precision...

  • Unique Break-Open Approximately .35 Rimfire Hunting Rifle.
Hunting rifle by C. Roth, Wilkes-Barre, PA (Charles Roth, Jr. was a Wilkes-Barre gunsmith, circa 1840-1877). He is known for percussion half stock and swivel breech rifles. This unusual rifle has a 29⅝” octagon barrel with an excellent bore. Lock is a U.S. model 1840 by D. Nippes, Mill Creek, PA, dated 1847. The percussion style hammer was made by Roth to strike a ball which is the end of the rimfire firing pin. Interestingly, when the ball is rotated back and up, it serves as a rudimentary safety. The break-open action is secured by a top strap with a notch on the left and a projection (tab) on the right. There is a manual sling extractor on the right-side of the barrel. The barrel is marked C. Roth on the top flat. Overall, metal is fine with a smooth brown patina. Brass trigger guard and butt plate are fine. The German silver forend tip and break-open protectors are very good. Stocks are fine with no cracks or chips. The action functions correctly. This fine and interesting rifle is a great example of the ingenuity of a 19th century gunsmith. This a truly unusual design. You won’t find another.

    Unique Break-Open Approximately .35 Rimfire Hunting Rifle (AL5026)

    $2,850.00

    Unique break-open approximately .35 Rimfire hunting rifle. Hunting rifle by C. Roth, Wilkes-Barre, PA (Charles Roth, Jr. was a Wilkes-Barre gunsmith, circa 1840-1877). He is known for percussion half stock and swivel breech...

  • W.W. Greener Martini Action Target.22 caliber rifle.
30” Round barrel with excellent bore. Approximately 90% blue finish. Stocks are very good with butt stock repair at left wrist. Barrel and receiver marked “W.W. Greener maker Birmingham”. Right-side of receiver with engraved trophy cup and banner with “Queen’s Cup Winner”. The action functions correctly and there are no chips or cracks in stock. Complete with W.W. Greener tang sight and target front sight. Rear barrel sight has been modified for tang sight use. A very interesting British target rifle. These guns have no safety and should only be loaded just prior to firing.

    W.W. Greener Martini Action Target.22 (AL5008)

    $1,750.00

    W.W. Greener Martini Action Target.22 caliber rifle. 30” Round barrel with excellent bore. Approximately 90% blue finish. Stocks are very good with butt stock repair at left wrist. Barrel and receiver marked “W.W...

  • Evans New Model Military Carbine Circa 1877-1879.
.44 Evans 1½” caliber with 22” barrel with stud for saber bayonet. Excellent bore and correctly functioning action. Metal has a smooth even blue/brown patina with light to moderate pitting on barrel top between the receiver and front band. Wood is very good with no cracks or chips. The military carbine with the bayonet stud is very scarce.

    Evans New Model Military Carbine Circa 1877-1879 (AL5003)

    $2,475.00

    Evans New Model Military carbine circa 1877-1879. .44 Evans 1½” caliber with 22” barrel with stud for saber bayonet. Excellent bore and correctly functioning action. Metal has a smooth even blue/brown...

  • Marlin Ballard Target .38-55 caliber rifle.
Bore is perfect. Barrel length is 30”. Barrel is half round/half octagon. Folding tang sight is graduated from 70 to 90. Rifle has set triggers that work correctly. Barrel has approximately 93-95% blue. Action works perfectly. Butt stock has walnut with nice contrasting grain, Schuetzen butt plate, Schnabel forend. Front sight is a Windguage sight. Fine condition Marlin Ballard.

    Marlin Ballard Target .38-55 (AL4998)

    $3,450.00

    Marlin Ballard Target .38-55 caliber rifle. Bore is perfect. Barrel length is 30”. Barrel is half round/half octagon. Folding tang sight is graduated from 70 to 90. Rifle has set triggers that work correctly. Barrel...

  • Very Scarce Whitney Phoenix Target .38 Centerfire caliber rifle.
30” Octagon barrel with excellent bore. Target sights including a tang peep sight. Barrel two-position rear sight is in rear of two sight dovetails about ½” apart. Barrel has approximately 70% blue and receiver is bright with smooth finish. Stock is very good with a repair to the left wrist near the tang. The forearm has a repair on the upper left next to the receiver and has shrunk away from the receiver. The octagon barrel is a heavy target style. Only about 2,000 Phoenix sporting and target rifle were made from 1867-1881.

    Very Scarce Whitney Phoenix Target .38 Centerfire (AL4992)

    $1,750.00

    Very Scarce Whitney Phoenix Target .38 Centerfire caliber rifle. 30” Octagon barrel with excellent bore. Target sights including a tang peep sight. Barrel two-position rear sight is in rear of two sight dovetails about...

  • Marlin Model 1884 .38-40 caliber rifle.
Rare special order 32” barrel. Bore is excellent. Barrel and tube have excellent restoration of the blue. The receiver case colors are about 95% and are original colors. Stock has beautiful special order fancy wood, maybe a replacement stock. Action works perfectly. Gun is near excellent overall. Very rare 32” barrel.

    Marlin Model 1884 .38-40 (AL4984)

    $4,500.00

    Marlin Model 1884 .38-40 caliber rifle. Rare special order 32” barrel. Bore is excellent. Barrel and tube have excellent restoration of the blue. The receiver case colors are about 95% and are original colors. Stock...

  • Marlin Model 1895 Take-down .45-70 caliber rifle.
Desirable take-down rifle in popular .45-70. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Barrel is 26”. Receiver has a gray and brown patina. Good-very good condition overall. A rare take-down model.

    Marlin Model 1895 Take-Down .45-70 (AL4978)

    $5,500.00

    Marlin Model 1895 Take-Down .45-70 caliber rifle. Desirable take-down rifle in popular .45-70. Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. Barrel is 26”. Receiver has a gray and brown patina. Good-very good condition...

  • Whitney-Howard Thunderbolt .44 caliber rifle.
Desirable breech loader lever action with 28” barrel and tang peep sight. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Metal has a brown and gray patina. Action works perfectly. These rifles were made 1866-1870. Hard to come by.

    Whitney-Howard Thunderbolt .44 (AL4967)

    $1,395.00

    Whitney-Howard Thunderbolt .44 caliber rifle. Desirable breech loader lever action with 28” barrel and tang peep sight. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Metal has a brown and gray patina. Action works perfectly...

  • Sharps Borchardt Model 1878 .45-70 caliber rifle. 
Military rifle. Bore is very good plus, mostly bright with strong rifling. This rifle has approximately 95% original blue. The stocks are solid. Right side of forend has numerous dents that appear to be very similar, as if the gun laid on its side and bumped against something to cause this pattern. Stocks are otherwise good overall. The action works perfectly as does the safety behind the trigger. Comes with an old but complete military sling.

    Sharps Borchardt Model 1878 .45-70 (AL4900)

    $3,450.00

    Sharps Borchardt Model 1878 .45-70 caliber rifle. Military rifle. Bore is very good plus, mostly bright with strong rifling. This rifle has approximately 95% original blue. The stocks are solid. Right side of forend has...

  • Marlin Ballard .22 Caliber Target Rifle.
Barrel length 28½”. Bore is excellent. Barrel has very good blue. Receiver has mottled patina. Barrel is matching number to the receiver. Hooded front sight with cross hairs with bullseye center. Rear sight is a Vernier with micrometer adjustment. Gun has Swiss style buttplate. Stocks are excellent with 98% varnish. This is a fine Marlin Ballard Target in overall excellent condition. Gun weights 9.5lbs.

    Marlin Ballard .22 Caliber Target Rifle (AL4794)

    $3,450.00

    Marlin Ballard .22 Caliber Target Rifle. Barrel length 28½”. Bore is excellent. Barrel has very good blue. Receiver has mottled patina. Barrel is matching number to the receiver. Hooded front sight with cross...

  • Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 caliber rifle.
Barrel length is 28”. Action works perfectly. Bore is very good plus to excellent. Rifle has good plus blue. Approximately 60-70%. Lever shows about 20% case colors. Receiver is mostly patina. Stocks are good plus with an old repair on the forend. Overall a very good model 1881.

    Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 (AL4777)

    $3,520.00

    Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 caliber rifle. Barrel length is 28”. Action works perfectly. Bore is very good plus to excellent. Rifle has good plus blue. Approximately 60-70%. Lever shows about 20% case colors. Receiver is...

  • Schutzen Style Rifle.
Most likely 8.15x46 caliber. Rifle has double set adjustable triggers. Schutzen butt plate. 98% of a restored finish. Bore has strong rifling. Very good overall condition.

    Schutzen Style Rifle (AL4767)

    $1,875.00

    Schutzen Style Rifle. Most likely 8.15x46 caliber. Rifle has double set adjustable triggers. Schutzen butt plate. 98% of a restored finish. Bore has strong rifling. Very good overall condition.