Carbines

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INDIAN USED AND TACK DECORATED SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 NAVY CARBINE

INDIAN USED AND TACK DECORATED SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 NAVY CARBINE

This serial number 43874 Sharps is a no-doubt-about-it Native American used carbine. (We have seen more than a few poor condition rifles and carbines that were never west of Cleveland that have had… (302-94). Learn More »

6th OHIO INFANTRY SHILOH INSCRIBED PRESENTATION DRESDEN RIFLE AND BAYONET

6th OHIO INFANTRY SHILOH INSCRIBED PRESENTATION DRESDEN RIFLE AND BAYONET

This rifle musket bears a wonderful engraved script presentation on the barrel flats near the breech reading: “From Capt. J.W. Wilmington 6th Ohio V.I. /  To Geo. Burrows, Camp Shiloh / Pitsburg… (1164-03). Learn More »

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

There are no appreciable differences between the NM1863 and NM1865 Sharps other than the stamped model designation by the company, and its occasional absence, which some have speculated was due to… (490-2531). Learn More »

SHARPS MODEL 1855 BRITISH CONTRACT CARBINE WITH RACK NUMBERS

SHARPS MODEL 1855 BRITISH CONTRACT CARBINE WITH RACK NUMBERS

Sharps Model 1855 arms are scarce. Just under 1,000 went to the American market: 600 US Army carbines (on two contracts of 400 and 200 guns each,) about 350 Navy rifles and carbines, and a dozen or… (490-2664). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE IRON-MOUNTED LOW SERIAL NUMBER FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

VERY SCARCE IRON-MOUNTED LOW SERIAL NUMBER FIRST MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

Flayderman mentions a number of variations in Merrill carbines including the use of iron furniture, which he notes as among early Merrills that are seldom encountered. This example also has the first… (172-5771). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE IN UNTOUCHED CONDITION

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE IN UNTOUCHED CONDITION

This carbine bears a serial #15713. All gunmetal wears a smooth, dark plumb patina with very little pitting. Carbine has a 22.00 inch round barrel with the original folding rear sight and small brass… (1142-131). Learn More »

$3,250.00
ON HOLD

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

SECOND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

This untouched example of the second model Merrill cavalry carbine rates good for condition. This is the standard configuration of some 4,100 Merrill carbines delivered from August 1863 to July 1864,… (172-5770). 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

SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE SERIAL #17730

SECOND MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE SERIAL #17730

This is a very good example of the regulation, military issue Second Model Maynard cavalry carbine. The barrel has about 100 percent deep blue finish remaining with good bore and both sights in place.… (2021-769). Learn More »

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE – NAVY PURCHASE

SCARCE NEW MODEL 1859 SHARPS CARBINE – NAVY PURCHASE

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… (172-5753). Learn More »

VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF THE FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF THE FINAL MODEL GALLAGER CARBINE

The carbine offered here is one of the 5,000 Gallager carbines that were converted to take the Spencer 56-52 cartridge. The nipple was replaced by a firing pin and an extractor was added. These were… (172-5743). 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… (172-5754). Learn More »

$1,800.00
ON HOLD

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR 2ND MODEL MERRILL CARBINE

Barrel is semi-bright with only light scattered mottling near the barrel band and minor surface pitting along the left side of the breech. The same area has some signs of vice marks or indentations… (172-5744). Learn More »

EXCELLENT PLUS, NEAR FACTORY NEW PEABODY CARBINE

EXCELLENT PLUS, NEAR FACTORY NEW PEABODY CARBINE

This carbine is near factory new. It has vivid, fiery case color on the frame, hammer, and lock, with full blue to the barrel, crisp markings, and sharp edges and great color to the wood. These… (172-5742). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

NEAR FINE STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

NEAR FINE STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

This Civil War Starr carbine rates near fine with lots of finish and color and just some marks in the wood. The metal shows smooth overall with the barrel showing full coverage of thin blue, some… (172-5741). Learn More »

MINTY JENKS MULE EAR CARBINE

MINTY JENKS MULE EAR CARBINE

This minty Jenks carbine rates about Factory New for the condition and color of the metal. The barrel is smooth with better than 95 percent blue shading to plum. The breech has strong color as well,… (490-2529). 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 »

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 »

$2,795.00
ON HOLD

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 »

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 »


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