PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE BY LONDON ARMS COMPANY

$2,350.00

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Item Code: 1000-344

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Barrel surface has turned brown over the majority of its surface with light surface action. Front blade sight is present. Flip-up rear leaf sight with sliding bar (spring is replacement) is a replacement. None of the English viewer marks remain on the left side of the barrel at breech. Bore is dark and dirty but does have rifling.

The lockplate and hammer are dark to match the barrel. Lock is lightly marked with large crown behind the hammer and “1862 / L. A. Co.” under the bolster. Hammer and trigger mechanics are strong and crisp.

Black walnut stock remains in nice condition. There is a light stamp (round) on the right side of the shoulder stock.

All three barrel bands are present as are the two sling swivels. Correct ramrod is present with threaded tip. All brass furniture exhibits a mellow patina.  [jet]

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