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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  • Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Sporting Rifle.
.38-40 caliber. Action works perfectly. Barrel length 24”. This is the lighter weight sporting with 9 1/16” forend and weighs 9lbs. total. Bore is fair with good rifling and light to medium corrosion. The frame has D.K. Armstrong scratched in long hand on the right side of the frame. Stocks are good with no cracks and one small chip above the trigger.

    Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Sporting Rifle (AL4738)

    $1,750.00

    Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Sporting rifle. .38-40 caliber. Action works perfectly. Barrel length 24”. This is the lighter weight sporting with 9 1/16” forend and weighs 9lbs. total. Bore is fair with good...

  • Stevens Schuetzen Junior 52 .32-40 caliber rifle.
Scarce deluxe target rifle with checkered pistol grip stock, Schuetzen style butt plate, 30” Half round/half octagon heavy barrel, palm rest, double set triggers and Lyman tang peep sight. Receiver is engraved with a game scene on each side. Bore is excellent. A scarce Schuetzen model target rifle

    Stevens Schuetzen Junior 52 .32-40 (AL4734)

    $7,495.00

    Stevens Schuetzen Junior 52 .32-40 caliber rifle. Scarce deluxe target rifle with checkered pistol grip stock, Schuetzen style butt plate, 30” Half round/half octagon heavy barrel, palm rest, double set triggers and...

  • Evans New Model Sporting Rifle.
.44 Evans caliber. Desirable octagon barrel model with approximately half of its original nickel finish on receiver. Bore is excellent. There is an area cut out in front of the toe for a medallion or coin inlay. Barrel length is 26”. Very good overall condition. An attractive Evans rifle.

    Evans New Model Sporting Rifle (AL4724)

    $2,895.00

    Evans New Model Sporting Rifle. .44 Evans caliber. Desirable octagon barrel model with approximately half of its original nickel finish on receiver. Bore is excellent. There is an area cut out in front of the toe for a...

  • Remington No 4 Rolling Block .32 Rimfire caliber rifle.
Bore has strong rifling with an area of pitting. Most .32s are heavily pitted, this is one of the better ones we have seen. Barrel has approximately 75-80% original blue. Receiver has case colors in protected areas. Very good overall condition

    Remington No 4 Rolling Block .32 Rimfire (AL4722)

    $875.00

    Remington No 4 Rolling Block .32 Rimfire caliber rifle. Bore has strong rifling with an area of pitting. Most .32s are heavily pitted, this is one of the better ones we have seen. Barrel has approximately 75-80%...

  • Allen Drop Breech .42 Rimfire caliber rifle.
Large frame with barrel marked “Allen & Wheelock /Allen’s Pat Sept 18 1860”. Metal has a pleasing patina. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Action works perfectly. Wood is very good with a small age crack by the lower tang. Very good overall condition.

    Allen Drop Breech .42 Rimfire (AL4719)

    $1,575.00

    Allen Drop Breech .42 Rimfire caliber rifle. Large frame with barrel marked “Allen & Wheelock /Allen’s Pat Sept 18 1860”. Metal has a pleasing patina. Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Action...

  • Evans Transitional Sporting Rifle.
Manufactured 1876-1877. 28” Scarce octagon barrel marked “Evens repeating rifle/ Merhank Falls, ME, Pat Dec 8, 1868 & Sept 16, 1871”. There is an area of pitting near front sight. Action works perfectly. Stocks are good with nicks and dings, no cracks. Bore has strong rifling with a minor are of pitting. Very good overall condition.

    Evans Transitional Sporting Rifle (AL4718)

    $3,450.00

    Evans Transitional Sporting Rifle. Manufactured 1876-1877. 28” Scarce octagon barrel marked “Evens repeating rifle/ Merhank Falls, ME, Pat Dec 8, 1868 & Sept 16, 1871”. There is an area of pitting near...

  • Whitney-Kennedy Sporter .44-40 caliber lever action repeater.
Sphttps://www.collectorsfirearms.com/manage/products/131685/editorter model with 24” barrel. Metal has a brown patina. There is a small crack on the forearm wood. Action works perfectly. Good overall condition.

    Whitney-Kennedy Sporter .44-40 (AL4712)

    $1,795.00

    Whitney-Kennedy Sporter .44-40 caliber lever action repeater. Sphttps://www.collectorsfirearms.com/manage/products/131685/editorter model with 24” barrel. Metal has a brown patina. There is a small crack on the forearm wood...

  • Remington Keene Sporting 45-70 caliber rifle.
Also referred to as “Frontier Rifle”. Barrel length is 24½” measured from the muzzle to bolt face in battery position. Existing literature does not list this barrel length but the barrel is uncut and unaltered. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Barrel and magazine tube have approximately 95% original blue. Stock is good plus, with minor handling and hunting dings. No cracks, no chips. Stock has approximately 90% original varnish. Good looking Keene in overall very good condition.

    Remington Keene Sporting 45-70 (AL4697)

    $3,150.00

    Remington Keene Sporting 45-70 caliber rifle. Also referred to as “Frontier Rifle”. Barrel length is 24½” measured from the muzzle to bolt face in battery position. Existing literature does not list...

  • Whitney Burgess Morse Sporting Lever Action .45-70 caliber rifle.
Barrel length 24”. Good plus bore with very good rifling and light corrosion in the grooves. Stocks are very good with no chips or cracks. This is the Sporting rifle variation. Action works perfectly.

    Whitney Burgess Morse Sporting Lever Action .45-70 (AL4693)

    $2,750.00

    Whitney Burgess Morse Sporting Lever Action .45-70 caliber rifle. Barrel length 24”. Good plus bore with very good rifling and light corrosion in the grooves. Stocks are very good with no chips or cracks. This is the...

  • AL4688
Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action .44-40 caliber rifle.
Barrel address “Whitneyville Armory, CT. USA”. Barrel length 24”. Forend measures 91/16”. Loading gate measures 1¼” Bore is fair with fair rifling and corrosion wear in the grooves. Action works smoothly and perfectly. Gun has full loop lever. Stock are good plus with small chip out of left side buttstock at the receiver.  Gun has an even patina.

    Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action .44-40 (AL4688)

    $1,950.00

    Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action .44-40 caliber rifle. Barrel address “Whitneyville Armory, CT. USA”. Barrel length 24”. Forend measures 91/16”. Loading gate measures 1¼” Bore is fair with...

  • Whitney Arms Howard Thunderbolt .44 Rem caliber rifle.
Made by Whitney Arms using Charles Howard’s patent. .44 Rimfire caliber with 24” barrel. Manufactured approximately 1866-1870. Serial number 391. Very good overall condition.

    Whitney Arms Howard Thunderbolt .44 Rem (AL4686)

    $1,295.00

    Whitney Arms Howard Thunderbolt .44 Rem caliber rifle. Made by Whitney Arms using Charles Howard’s patent. .44 Rimfire caliber with 24” barrel. Manufactured approximately 1866-1870. Serial number 391. Very good...

  • Remington -Keene Magazine .45-70 caliber Rifle.
Unusual barrel length of 28”, and unusual length of magazine tube. No caliber markings. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good. No chips or cracks. Referred to as a hunters or sporting rifle. Measurement out of the ordinary may be the factory experimenting with different features.This rifle does not show a serial number. The Remington name address and patent dates are not on the frame, but they are on the Top rear of the bolt! Very unusual Keene.

    Remington -Keene Magazine .45-70 (AL4685)

    $2,850.00

    Remington -Keene Magazine .45-70 caliber Rifle. Unusual barrel length of 28”, and unusual length of magazine tube. No caliber markings. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Stock is very good. No chips or...

  • Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 Marlin caliber rifle. 
Barrel length 26”. Bore is perfect action works perfectly and smoothly. This is a large frame 2nd variation. This rifle is in outstanding condition for a model 1881. The rifle has approximately 97-98% bright original blue. The stocks are excellent with 95-97% original varnish. No chips or cracks, just a very few handling marks. Full octagon, half magazine configuration. This is a beautiful 1881!

    Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 Marlin (AL4636)

    $5,850.00

    Marlin Model 1881 .40-60 Marlin caliber rifle. Barrel length 26”. Bore is perfect action works perfectly and smoothly. This is a large frame 2nd variation. This rifle is in outstanding condition for a model 1881. The...

  • U.S. Springfield 1875 Trapdoor Officers Model Type III. 
Rare Springfield Officers model 1875 Trapdoor rifle. Only 477 are known to have been made. Rifle is near excellent. Barrel has a brown patina mixed with bluing. Lock, hammer and breech block have beautiful case coloring. Butt plate does show storage wear on metal. Stock is excellent has a sharp cartouche dated 1885. Beautiful rare firearm!

    U.S. Springfield 1875 Trapdoor Officers Model Type III (AL4621)

    $19,950.00

    U.S. Springfield 1875 Trapdoor Officers Model Type III. Rare Springfield Officers model 1875 Trapdoor rifle. Only 477 are known to have been made. Rifle is near excellent. Barrel has a brown patina mixed with bluing. Lock,...

  • Stevens Tip Up Rifle with Forearm.
This rifle is for .44 Rimfire. Which we believe is a rare caliber in the model. Barrel length 30”. Bore is mostly bright with excellent rifling in. Barrel was reblued long ago and the barrel address is buffed and is approximately 90% visible. The underside of the barrel has some light to medium scratches that got blued over, we assume, when the whole barrel was refinished. The frame, tang and trigger guard have 90% original nickel. The tang is drilled for tang sight (not present) and front sight is a folding breech. The stock has 95% original varnish and the buttstock has fancy figure wood. 

Note: The forend is correct for this model rifle but the serial number does not match. All other numbers are matching. Hard to find model in nice condition.

    Stevens Tip Up Rifle with Forearm (AL4531)

    $2,250.00

    Stevens Tip Up Rifle with Forearm. This rifle is for .44 Rimfire. Which we believe is a rare caliber in the model. Barrel length 30”. Bore is mostly bright with excellent rifling in. Barrel was reblued long ago...

  • Marlin Model 1891 .32 Rimfire Lever Action Rifle. 
Full length tubular feed. This is a model 1891 2nd Variation with “March 1 1892 patent dated” added. Serial #80182. No upper tang markings. Bore is surprising excellent. Action works perfectly. Frame has approximately 75% blue. Barrel and magazine tube have approximately 90% blue. There are some pitted areas on the outside of the barrel about half way. Stocks are very good with 95% original varnish. Hard to find early Marlin Rimfire rifles in nice condition!

    Marlin Model 1891 .32 Rimfire Lever Action Rifle (AL4509)

    $1,950.00

    Marlin Model 1891 .32 Rimfire Lever Action Rifle. Full length tubular feed. This is a model 1891 2nd Variation with “March 1 1892 patent dated” added. Serial #80182. No upper tang markings. Bore is surprising...

  • Springfield Trapdoor Sporting .45-70 caliber rifle. 
Sporting rifle. Barrel length is 30” and overall length is 49”. The action is from a military Springfield, serial # 2480. Bore is good to very good showing wear. Many conversions for Buffalo Hunters were made on these actions with the stocks in this configuration. Rear sight is a Rocky Mountain buckhorn with adjustable ladder. Front sight is German silver ramp. Stock is good plus. Buttplate is “U.S.” marked. The stock at the buttplate has dark stains. Very colorful 1870-1880 Hunters rifle priced reasonably.

    Springfield Trapdoor Sporting .45-70 (AL4478)

    $2,475.00

    Springfield Trapdoor Sporting .45-70 caliber rifle. Sporting rifle. Barrel length is 30” and overall length is 49”. The action is from a military Springfield, serial # 2480. Bore is good to very good showing wear...

  • Marlin 1893 Takedown .38-55 Caliber Rifle.
.38-55 Caliber with a very good bore. The bore has strong rifling and no major pitting. There is some light pitting in the grooves that give the bore a darker appearance. The metal has a grey patina on the barrel with traces of blue on protected areas. Metal is nice and sharp. Wood is very good.

    Marlin 1893 Takedown .38-55 Caliber Rifle (AL4475)

    $1,295.00

    Marlin 1893 Takedown .38-55 Caliber Rifle. .38-55 Caliber with a very good bore. The bore has strong rifling and no major pitting. There is some light pitting in the grooves that give the bore a darker appearance. The metal...

  • Sharps “A” Frame 1874 .48 Caliber Smoothbore Rifle.
Scarce “A” frame gun. These guns were made in the 1880’s and the entire production was sold to Carlos Gove, who was an outfitter in Denver, Colorado.  The “A” frame guns were assembled out of left over or salvage parts. On the left hand side of the receiver is a letter “A” which is for assembled. This gun letters as .44 caliber, but has been bored out to approximately a .48 caliber smooth bore. The barrel is nice and sharp with very good original blue remains. Wood is good as well. Gun has double set triggers. With factory letter. Scarce 1874 variation.

    Sharps “A” Frame 1874 .48 Caliber Smoothbore Rifle ( AL4474)

    $3,995.00

    Sharps “A” Frame 1874 .48 Caliber Smoothbore Rifle. Scarce “A” frame gun. These guns were made in the 1880’s and the entire production was sold to Carlos Gove, who was an outfitter in Denver,...

  • Sharps 1874 Conversion by Dimick.
This is a Civil War ear Sharps converted to a sporting rifle presumably by Dimick of St. Louis. A lot of these style guns were done in the St. Louis area and most are attributed to EC Meacham. This gun is in .45-70 and has a bore with strong rifling and some pitting. The barrel is a Sharps factory barrel and this gun has double set triggers. A lot of these were sold to guys going to the West.

    Sharps 1874 Conversion by Dimick (AL4470)

    $4,750.00

    Sharps 1874 Conversion by Dimick. This is a Civil War ear Sharps converted to a sporting rifle presumably by Dimick of St. Louis. A lot of these style guns were done in the St. Louis area and most are attributed to EC...