Longarms

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ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY JOHNSON

ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY JOHNSON

Longarm is a M1816 smoothbore musket made by R. & J. D. Johnson of Middletown, Connecticut. It is estimated that this company manufactured only 600 of these weapons. Musket is a .69 caliber and… (516-54). Learn More »

SCARCE CONTRACT MODEL 1861 BY SARSON & ROBERTS

SCARCE CONTRACT MODEL 1861 BY SARSON & ROBERTS

Original Model 1861 .58 caliber percussion rifle-musket made by the company of Sarson & Roberts of New York. This is a seldom seen contract with only 5,140 being produced. All iron surfaces on… (928-04). Learn More »

MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MADE BY REMINGTON IN 1942

MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MADE BY REMINGTON IN 1942

The 1903 Springfield rifle was one of the main battle weapons of American forces in World War One and in smaller numbers through World War Two. The bolt action rifle has an overall length of just over… (410-181). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

SPRINGFIELD M1855 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET, DATED 1858

This Civil War era single-shot muzzleloader is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket in very good overall condition. Longarm has a 40” round barrel with broad three-groove… (993-02). Learn More »

REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

REMINGTON M1863 PERCUSSION ‘ZOUAVE’ RIFLE

This is a Model 1863 ‘Zouave’ rifle produced by the Remington arms firm of Ilion New York between 1862 and 1865. Of some 12,500 such firearms produced, this .58 caliber, single shot percussion… (218-510). Learn More »

$2,550.00
Originally $2,650.00

CONFEDERATE-MARKED BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE

CONFEDERATE-MARKED BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE

This fine condition, original British longarm is a .577 caliber, Enfield Pattern 1853, Tower-marked rifle-musket. Of all the British arms, the Pattern 1853 rifle-musket is perhaps the best known and… (218-502). Learn More »

$2,795.00
Originally $2,995.00

MILLER MODEL 1861 .58 CALIBER CONVERSION

MILLER MODEL 1861 .58 CALIBER CONVERSION

Conversion to breechloader of a M1861 Rifle-Musket. Lock with original, “PARKERS, SNOW & CO / MERIDEN, CONN” markings forward of hammer with eagle over a “US”. Dated 1864 behind hammer.… (218-483). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $1,795.00

REFERENCE BOOK – CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS BY MURPHY / MADAUS

REFERENCE BOOK – CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS BY MURPHY / MADAUS

This large book covers infantry small arms manufactured in the southern Confederacy between 1861 and 1865. Highly detailed and illustrated with considerable new in-depth research.  An absolute must… (516-454). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY RIFLED MUSKET

Model 1842, .69 caliber musket manufactured at Harpers Ferry. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition. The barrel was later rifled, rear sight added, and ramrod… (G3709). Learn More »

SHARPS RIFLE ID'D BY SERIAL NUMBER TO MEMBER OF THE 4TH US VETERAN VOLUNTEERS WHO HAD PREVIOUS SERVICE IN THE 11TH OHIO INFANTRY

SHARPS RIFLE ID'D BY SERIAL NUMBER TO MEMBER OF THE 4TH US VETERAN VOLUNTEERS WHO HAD PREVIOUS SERVICE IN THE 11TH OHIO INFANTRY

This Sharps rifle bears serial number C35210 which, according to records published in “CIVIL WAR SHARPS CARBINES & RIFLES” by Earl J. Coates and John D. McAulay, was issued to Private William… (993-01). Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1861 “SPECIAL” MUSKET, DATED 1864

COLT MODEL 1861 “SPECIAL” MUSKET, DATED 1864

This original Civil War shoulder arm in excellent overall condition is a Colt Model 1861 “Special” musket made under government contract from 1861 to 1865 by the Colt Manufacturing Company of… (988-05). Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SMOOTHBORE MUSKET ID’d TO TAYLOR POST #19 GAR

MODEL 1842 SMOOTHBORE MUSKET ID’d TO TAYLOR POST #19 GAR

Stamped into the left cheek of the buttstock is “F.T.P.G.A.R.” over “19.” Initials translate to “FRED TAYLOR POST G.A.R. 19.” Grand Army of the Republic Post #19 was named for Colonel… (G3735). Learn More »

MODEL 1917 U.S. MAGAZINE RIFLE BY EDDYSTONE

MODEL 1917 U.S. MAGAZINE RIFLE BY EDDYSTONE

When the United States entered WW1 they had a shortage of rifles. US production facilities were already set up to manufacture the British pattern 1914 rifle so they were retooled to make rifles that… (482-426). Learn More »

$850.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR “BRAZILIAN LIGHT MINIE RIFLE” PERCUSSION MUSKET WITH SABER BAYONET

CIVIL WAR “BRAZILIAN LIGHT MINIE RIFLE” PERCUSSION MUSKET WITH SABER BAYONET

This is one of the most attractive of the percussion rifles used during the American Civil War. The Brazilian Light Minié Rifle, manufactured by the O.P. Drissen company of Liège, was a unique… (482-117). Learn More »

MODEL 1740 PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MUSKET AND BAYONET

MODEL 1740 PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MUSKET AND BAYONET

In 1740 Frederick the Great succeeded to the throne in Prussia. He expanded the army and ordered modifications to some of the commonly used weapons. One of which was the infantry musket. This weapon… (401-25). Learn More »

“N.J.” MARKED M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

“N.J.” MARKED M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Longarm is an original M1816 musket made by Marine T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1813, Wickham was a government inspector of arms at a U.S. arsenal, and later was listed as a gunsmith… (846-116). Learn More »

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL RIFLE

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER 3RD MODEL RIFLE

This popular, repeating firearm is an iron-framed, lever-action .38 Winchester Model 1873 repeating rifle, the type which inspired the only Hollywood movie ever named for a Western firearm:… (978-01). Learn More »

MODEL 1866 SPRINGFIELD ALLIN CONVERSION TRAPDOOR RIFLE

MODEL 1866 SPRINGFIELD ALLIN CONVERSION TRAPDOOR RIFLE

This rifle is the second type version of the Allin conversion trapdoor in .50 caliber centerfire. The breech loading “Trapdoor” mechanism, designed by Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin of the… (982-11). Learn More »

REMARKABLE CONDITION BRASS MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 RIFLE!

REMARKABLE CONDITION BRASS MOUNTED HARPERS FERRY M1855 RIFLE!

Only an estimated 3,544 early production Model 1855 percussion rifles were made at Harper's Ferry with brass furniture, including two barrel bands, between 1857 and 1860. The brass mounted rifles also… (302-68). Learn More »

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE II FLINTLOCK MUSKET

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE II FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Longarm specimen is an original M1816, musket made by Marine T. Wickham of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1813, Wickham was a government inspector of arms at a U.S. arsenal, and later was listed as a… (982-14). Learn More »

$1,795.00
ON HOLD


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