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VERY GOOD NAVY ARMS COMPANY REPRODUCTION 1866 WINCHESTER RIFLE

VERY GOOD NAVY ARMS COMPANY REPRODUCTION 1866 WINCHESTER RIFLE

This is an extremely nice copy of the classic brass-framed 1866 Winchester or “Yellow Boy” rifle, the successor the Henry and forerunner of the 1873 and later classic types, but was popular and… (1037-97). Learn More »

1810 DATED US M1795 SPRINGFIELD SHIP’S MUSKET MARKED TO U.S.S. JAVA

1810 DATED US M1795 SPRINGFIELD SHIP’S MUSKET MARKED TO U.S.S. JAVA

This 1795 pattern musket is a Springfield ship’s musket made at the armory using barrel too short for army regulation patterns, but otherwise serviceable. These are distinct from older rebuilt or… (1037-06). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

RARE CONFEDERATE READ AND WATSON FIRST-TYPE CONVERSION HALL RIFLE

This is an extremely rare Confederate rifle made from 1862-1863 by the firm of Read and Watson in Danville, Virginia, by altering a .52 caliber Hall M1819 breechloading rifle to a percussion… (172-5738). Learn More »

REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

REMINGTON MODEL 1862 CONTRACT RIFLE, AKA: THE REMINGTON “ZOUAVE”

Moller calls these rifles the “Remington 1862 Contract Rifle,” and Flayderman, the “Model 1863 Contract Rifle.” They are best known as the “Remington Zouave,” drawing a parallel between… (172-5748). Learn More »

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA-INSPECTED, DERINGER MODEL 1817 RIFLE CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

This longarm is a U.S. M1817 Common Rifle produced by contractor Henry Deringer of Philadelphia, PA. Under contract with the government, Deringer converted some 13,000 such flintlocks to percussion… (218-530). Learn More »

$2,595.00
Originally $2,750.00

MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT MUSKET DATED 1862

MODEL 1861 BRIDESBURG CONTRACT MUSKET DATED 1862

The Alfred Jenks & Co facility in Bridesburg, PA had one of the largest contracts for arms awarded during the Civil War. This musket is one of their fine products. The weapon has a barrel that is… (172-5773). Learn More »

CLASSIC PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MODEL 1809 PERCUSSION MUSKET

CLASSIC PRUSSIAN POTSDAM MODEL 1809 PERCUSSION MUSKET

This original German longarm is a .72 caliber, Potsdam Model 1809 smoothbore musket in good condition. Musket measures a total length of almost 56.25” with a 41.25” long barrel and has been… (172-5783). Learn More »

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1841 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE DATED 1848

HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1841 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE DATED 1848

The round .58 barrel retains about 90% of its brown finish with very small amounts of scattered pinprick surface pitting throughout. Pitting is a little heavier near the breech. Front sight is a brass… (172-5774). Learn More »

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

Here is an original, seldom-seen Frank Wesson single-shot breechloader in excellent condition, one of the best that we have handled. This 1st Type, twin-trigger, .44 caliber rimfire, Wesson rifle made… (779-09). Learn More »

THIRD TYPE P.S. JUSTICE MUSKET

THIRD TYPE P.S. JUSTICE MUSKET

The .69 caliber barrel was originally finished brown but the finish fades as you move towards the muzzle. Barrel surface is free of pitting but there is some light surface scratching at the breech.… (1146-170). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION, DATED 1823

MODEL 1816 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET ALTERED TO PERCUSSION, DATED 1823

This Model 1816 Harpers Ferry .69 caliber smoothbore was altered from flintlock to a “bolster type” percussion musket. This type of conversion was done from the mid-1850s through the beginning of… (1146-156). Learn More »

$1,250.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1898 KRAG-JORGENSEN RIFLE

MODEL 1898 KRAG-JORGENSEN RIFLE

This is a bolt-action, magazine rifle. Manufactured between 1898 and 1903 with a total quantity of 330,000 produced. This specimen is serial numbered 246988 and mas made in 1900. 30” round barrel… (1142-01). Learn More »

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” CONFEDERATED USED RIFLED AND SIGHTED SPRINGFIELD 1842 MUSKET WITH BAYONET

“CAPTURED & COLLECTED” CONFEDERATED USED RIFLED AND SIGHTED SPRINGFIELD 1842 MUSKET WITH BAYONET

This particular gun was captured or collected on the battlefield and sent through the Confederate Ordnance cleaning and repair system for reissue to Confederate troops. These arms were first… (2021-893). Learn More »

$3,000.00
ON HOLD

L.G.&Y., LAMSON, GOODNOW AND YALE, SPECIAL MODEL 1861 CONTRACT DATED 1863

L.G.&Y., LAMSON, GOODNOW AND YALE, SPECIAL MODEL 1861 CONTRACT DATED 1863

The “special model 1861” was a jump ahead in design from the 1861 Springfield. Colt seems to have been the driving force behind the changes, many influenced by the Enfield pattern: a recurved and… (2021-542). Learn More »

$1,495.00
ON HOLD

MODEL 1862 SPANISH ENFIELD

MODEL 1862 SPANISH ENFIELD

Two banded rifle meas. approx. 48.00 inches long overall. Barrel is 33.00 inches long and is octagonal at breech but round over the rest of its length. Caliber is .58. Barrel retains much of its… (30-2050). Learn More »

$1,950.00
Originally $2,750.00

VERY NICE KRAG-JORGENSEN M1896 RIFLE

VERY NICE KRAG-JORGENSEN M1896 RIFLE

The Krag-Jorgensen is a repeating bolt action rifle designed by in the late 19th century. It was adopted as a standard arm by Norway, Denmark, and the United States. Around 500,000 "Krags" were… (490-2583). Learn More »

$1,875.00
ON HOLD

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

NICE 1864 DATED JOHN DICKSON & SON ENFIELD SHORT RIFLE

This iron mounted, commercially produced Enfield short rifle is complete, all original, and has nice medium brown color to the wood, lots of barrel blue, crisp markings, and a minty bore.  There were… (1111-06). Learn More »

THIRD MODEL BROWN BESS BY BARNETT WITH BAYONET AND RACK NUMBER

THIRD MODEL BROWN BESS BY BARNETT WITH BAYONET AND RACK NUMBER

This is a very good example of a Third Model Brown Bess, or the Type-2 India Pattern (which uses a stronger, double-throated cock.) The pattern was adopted by the British Ordnance in 1809 and was the… (1037-121). Learn More »

VERY GOOD INDIA PATTERN BROWN BESS MUSKET AND BAYONET

VERY GOOD INDIA PATTERN BROWN BESS MUSKET AND BAYONET

This is a 1790s East India Company Brown Bess with bayonet. In addition to their service on behalf of British patriotism, colonialism, and business, they are known to have made their way through… (1037-101). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

VERY SCARCE SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET, CIRCA 1799: COMPANY C, 54th REGIMENT, NORFOLK BOROUGH

This musket follows the general lines of a British Short Land Pattern musket, but bears no British maker, ordnance, or proof marks. The lock is a two-screw lock with gooseneck hammer, rounded pan and… (1000-0255). Learn More »


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JOHNSTON MACON, GA CAVALRY OFFICER SWORD, ONE OF TWO KNOWN

This exact sword is illustrated in Confederate Swords by Albaugh, pages, 109, 110, 111. This unique pattern is similar to the design of the Federal US 1833 Model Dragoon sword. It is brass hilted with a two branch guard and is marked on the top of… (870-604). Learn More »

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