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NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO 11TH INDIANA CAVALRY SOLDIER

NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO 11TH INDIANA CAVALRY SOLDIER

The overall length of the carbine is 36.50 inches. The barrel is octagon at the breech and round along the rest of its length for a total of 20.00 inches. It was originally blued but is now turning a… (172-5528). Learn More »

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 CARBINE MADE IN 1872

WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 CARBINE MADE IN 1872

With its characteristic brass frame, the 1866 is perhaps the most attractive Winchester and, as Flayderman remarks, “the repeating rifle most deserving of the name, ‘The Gun that Won the… (169-480). Learn More »

NEAR MINT JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE

NEAR MINT JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINE

Exceptional example of a World War II era Type 38 carbine made in 1938!  Principal markings include: “10378” (serial number); cannonball stack logo (manufacturer: Kokura Arsenal); characters… (G3970). Learn More »

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

This carbine was produced by the Spencer Rifle Company of Boston, Massachusetts and is in good original condition. The carbine, which fired the .52 caliber, “No. 56” Spencer rimfire cartridge, has… (490-1668). Learn More »

ORIGINAL MERRILL CARBINE

ORIGINAL MERRILL CARBINE

This original, breech-loading carbine is one of only some 14,500 weapons produced by H. Merrill of Baltimore, MD. This cavalry weapon is a wartime example of the First Type Merrill carbine in .54… (218-543). Learn More »

$2,850.00
Originally $2,950.00

GALLAGER CARBINE

GALLAGER CARBINE

The Gallager carbine saw extensive use during the Civil War. The weapon offered here has the usual walnut butt stock with iron butt plate and patchbox. Engraved on patchbox is “UCV / Lake Charles”… (218-517). Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $1,895.00

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED” FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This original, breech-loading carbine is one of approximately 14,500 weapons produced by H. Merrill of Baltimore, MD. This cavalry weapon is a wartime example of the First Type Merrill carbine in .54… (528-10). 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 »

$2,495.00
Originally $2,595.00

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

ORIGINAL 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Original Civil War Burnside 5th Model carbine produced by the Burnside Rifle Co of Providence, Rhode Island. This cavalry model .54 caliber, single-shot, percussion breech-loading carbine is in good… (172-5424). Learn More »

M1863 SHARPS PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SIGNS OF FIELD USE

M1863 SHARPS PERCUSSION CARBINE WITH SIGNS OF FIELD USE

This weapon is a Civil War Model 1863 Sharps carbine made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Carbine is a straight-breech, .52 caliber percussion, single shot… (172-5425). Learn More »

VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

VERY PRETTY SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE

Listed in company literature as the Model 1863, these .50 caliber single-shot breechloading carbines are known among collectors simply as the Second Model Maynard. Using a brass cartridge with pierced… (1046-10). Learn More »

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (218-533). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

We have been lucky enough to acquire two of these scarce instruction sheets for Greene carbines. The carbine was breechloading and Greene’s innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained… (490-1889). Learn More »

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

DIRECTIONS FOR USING GREENE’S CARBINE

Greene carbines are rare on the collector’s market. The carbine was breechloading and his innovation consisted of a better gas seal, but he obtained a US contract in the late 1850s for only two… (490-1888). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH CARBINE ID’D TO JOHN GOLDEN, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Sharps received only a very small US military contract for the M1853 Slant Breech Carbine, with some 250 guns being contracted for. These guns saw service with the 1st and 2nd US Dragoons on the… (490-1769). 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 with only minor imperfections such as slight rub marks etc... The iron blade front sight is… (1043-42). Learn More »

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE NAMED TO 13TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY TROOPER

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE NAMED TO 13TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY TROOPER

This weapon is identified by the name “W. J. MORROW” carved into the stock and by serial number through records at the National Archives. Manufactured between 1862 and 1865, the Starr percussion… (490-1599). 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 »

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

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 »


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SKETCH BY ALEXANDER C. MEINUNG, 26TH NORTH CAROLINA

Alexander C. Meinung was a Moravian musician who served with the field band of the 26th North Carolina Infantry throughout the Civil War. He was captured on April 5, 1865 during the evacuation of Petersburg. During the Battle of Gettysburg, where the… (963-02). Learn More »

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