Carbines

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1843 HALL CARBINE: ONE OF THE HALL CARBINE AFFAIR & UNIT MARKED!

1843 HALL CARBINE: ONE OF THE HALL CARBINE AFFAIR & UNIT MARKED!

This is one of 5,000 or so Hall carbines purchased from the government in 1861 for $3.50, rifled, and sold back to the government to arm John C. Fremont’s western troops for $22.00, netting the… (490-1819). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED SPENCER CARBINE: 18th NY CAVALRY, RECORDED SERIAL NUMBER

IDENTIFIED SPENCER CARBINE: 18th NY CAVALRY, RECORDED SERIAL NUMBER

This exact Spencer carbine, serial number 59103, is recorded by serial number in U.S. records as issued to Augustus McCurdy, Co. G, 18th New York Cavalry. The carbine is complete and all original. The… (2021-166). Learn More »

$1,975.00
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EXCEPTIONALLY NICE CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 “ZOUAVE” RIFLE

EXCEPTIONALLY NICE CONDITION REMINGTON M1863 “ZOUAVE” RIFLE

This is a Model 1863 “Zouave” rifle produced by the Remington arms firm of Ilion New York between 1862 and 1865. Approximately 12,500 such rifles were produced and the pattern rates as one of the… (410-510). 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… (2020-816). Learn More »

.46 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

.46 CALIBER BALLARD CARBINE

This Ballard carbine is a .46 caliber, rimfire, single shot, breechloading arm produced between 1867-1869. Ballard arms (rifles and carbines) were invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of… (172-4603). Learn More »

INDIAN WARS U.S. CAVALRY TRAPDOOR CARBINE

INDIAN WARS U.S. CAVALRY TRAPDOOR CARBINE

Trapdoor carbines had a long service life in the U.S. cavalry, from the 1870 .50 caliber version to the .45-70 model introduced in in 1873, which lasted with some variations up to the introduction of… (490-2472). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

This Civil War Model 1860 Spencer breechloading, repeating carbine was produced by the Spencer Rifle Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Weapon is in good original condition. The carbine has a 20¼”… (G3416). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1863 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… (1117-100). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

Weapon bears serial #54699. It has a 22” long round barrel that is turning a plumb brown. There are some hints of blue around the muzzle and scattered light pitting over its surface giving it a… (G3826). Learn More »

MINTY MAYNARD CARBINE

MINTY MAYNARD CARBINE

This is a very pretty example of the regulation, military issue Second Model Maynard cavalry carbine in excellent condition. This is the standard configuration, manufactured without patch box or… (218-551). Learn More »

$3,095.00
Originally $3,500.00

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

breechloading repeating carbine is in good original condition. The carbine, which fired the .52 caliber, “No. 56” Spencer rimfire cartridge, has a 22” long barrel and a two-piece black walnut… (1117-105). Learn More »

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… (1117-111). Learn More »

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

BURNSIDE 5TH MODEL CARBINE, CONFEDERATE “CLEANED & REPAIRED”

This is the Burnside single shot percussion carbine, Model 1864, aka "5th model". It is a .54 caliber carbine manufactured by the Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, Rhode Island. General Ambrose… (1117-200). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANTING BREECH CARBINE

SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANTING BREECH CARBINE

This early Sharps Model 1853 Slanting Breech carbine remains in good condition. The gun shows moderate use, but is complete and solid. The gun is marked on the lock plate, to the rear of the hammer:… (172-5571). Learn More »

NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO STEVEN V. BREWER, 11TH INDIANA CAVALRY SOLDIER

NICE CONDITIONED CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE IDENTIFIED TO STEVEN V. BREWER, 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 »

$10,500.00
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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 »

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 »

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 »


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