Carbines

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CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

CIVIL WAR SHARPS & HANKINS NAVY CARBINE

Known as the Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 carbine, this weapon is a wartime .52 caliber breechloading firearm designed by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Presented here is an… (218-527). Learn More »

$2,295.00
Originally $2,395.00

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE BY S. C. ROBINSON

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE BY S. C. ROBINSON

Presented here is a Richmond-made, straight-breech Confederate Sharps carbine. Of the approximately 5,000 firearms called “Richmond Carbines” made for the Confederate government between 1862 and… (1000-415). Learn More »

SCARCE FIRST MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

SCARCE FIRST MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

Here is a .35 caliber, First Model Maynard carbine. The single-shot, breech-loading early Maynard carbine used a separate primed metallic cartridge and was the invention of New Jersey doctor Edward… (1000-406). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITION ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

EXCELLENT CONDITION ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

This Burnside 5th Model carbine was produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island. It is a .54 caliber, single-shot, percussion breech-loading carbine is in excellent condition. This… (G3830). Learn More »

.44 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

.44 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

This Ballard carbine is a .44 caliber, rimfire, single shot, breechloading arm produced between 1862-1865. Ballard arms (rifles and carbines) were invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of… (960-08). Learn More »

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example. Manufactured between 1862 and 1865, the Starr percussion carbines were all .54 caliber breechloaders fitted with… (1000-419). Learn More »

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

The Joslyn carbine Model 1862, often referred to as the First Model, was a cavalry weapon that used an innovative pivoting breechblock system invented and patented by Massachusetts gun designer… (218-538). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE

Completely original Richmond Carbine in fair condition. Overall length of the weapon is 40.50 inches measuring from the center of the buttplate to the muzzle. All metal is a dark iron except for the… (172-4614). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $7,950.00

VERY FINE MAYNARD “2nd MODEL” CARBINE

VERY FINE MAYNARD “2nd MODEL” CARBINE

The Massachusetts Arms Company manufactured around 20,000 of these carbines between 1863 and 1865. This differs from the first model in that it has no patch box, or tape primer system among some other… (960-07). Learn More »

.44 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

.44 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

This Ballard carbine is a .44 caliber, rimfire, single shot, breechloading arm produced between 1862-1865. Ballard arms (rifles and carbines) were invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of… (1000-413). Learn More »

GALLAGER CARBINE

GALLAGER CARBINE

The .50 caliber Gallager carbine saw extensive use during the Civil War with total production going over 17,000. The weapon offered here has a walnut butt stock with iron butt plate and patchbox. Wood… (1000-423). Learn More »

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Item is a Civil War Burnside 5th Model carbine produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island. Carbine is a .54 caliber, single-shot, percussion breech-loader that employed the uniquely… (1000-405). Learn More »

STARR CARTRIDE CARBINE

STARR CARTRIDE CARBINE

These Starr cartridge carbines were produced early in 1865 with deliveries being completed by May of that year. Except for the breech mechanism they are similar to the percussion version. Round barrel… (1000-420). Learn More »

SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

SHARPS CARBINE CONVERSION FOR THE METALLIC CARTRIDGE

Presented here is a Sharps carbine factory-alteration specimen designed to use a centerfire, metallic, self-contained cartridge. Carbine is in good overall condition with serial number “C29084”… (1000-422). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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SMITH CARBINE

SMITH CARBINE

The .50 caliber barrel retains most of its original blue throughout and is free of pitting. Blue finish is thinning and turning a plumb brown. The iron blade front sight is mortised into the barrel… (1000-417). Learn More »

WONDERFUL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

WONDERFUL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY FINE CONDITION

Carbine meas. approx. 39.00 inches overall. The .50 caliber barrel retains its original blue throughout and is free of any imperfections. The iron blade front sight is mortised into the barrel above… (1000-404). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE FROM THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE FROM THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Here is an original Civil War ‘Burnside’ 5th Model carbine in very good original condition. The carbine was once part of the famous Jennie Wade Museum and Soldier’s National Museum collections… (G3784). Learn More »

STARR METALLIC CARTRIDGE CARBINE

STARR METALLIC CARTRIDGE CARBINE

Produced between 1865 and 1867 by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers, New York. The Starr carbine resembled the more famous ‘Sharps’ breechloader carbine of the Civil War. These carbines were all… (998-66). Learn More »

JOSLYN MODEL 1862 CARBINE

JOSLYN MODEL 1862 CARBINE

The Joslyn carbine Model 1862, often referred to as the First Model, was a cavalry weapon that used an innovative pivoting breechblock system invented and patented by Massachusetts gun designer… (218-508). Learn More »

$2,695.00
Originally $2,850.00

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example of a Starr carbine, a breech loading, .54 caliber, percussion weapon produced by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers,… (G3785). Learn More »


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PAIR OF IRISH DUELING PISTOLS, CIRCA 1830’s

A stunning pair of percussion locks dueling pistols by M.L. Pattison of Dublin, Ireland. Working from 1802–1836. Each individual pistol exhibits the finest quality of European Gunsmithing of the 19th century. Originally intended as firearms for… (172-2908). Learn More »

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