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EVANS LEVER ACTION “OLD MODEL” .44 CALIBER RIFLE

EVANS LEVER ACTION “OLD MODEL” .44 CALIBER RIFLE

The Evans lever-action repeaters were designed by Warren R. Evans, a dentist from Thomaston, Maine, as high-capacity arms. With the help of his brother George, they perfected the rifle and started the… (172-5808). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE U.S. GOVERNMENT PURCHASED MERRILL RIFLE

VERY SCARCE U.S. GOVERNMENT PURCHASED MERRILL RIFLE

James Merrill of Baltimore had been in the small arms business since the 1840s. He supplied carbines to the U.S. as part of Merrill, Latrobe and Thomas in the 1850s, and was involved in altering Jenks… (1142-16). Learn More »

ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE I UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY POMEROY WITH NORTH CAROLINA MARKINGS

ORIGINAL M1816 TYPE I UNALTERED FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY POMEROY WITH NORTH CAROLINA MARKINGS

Longarm specimen is an original M1816, dated 1818. Although the lock does not bear the maker’s name we know it was made by Pomeroy of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Musket is a .69 caliber, single shot… (1037-05). Learn More »

CS CAPTURED AND COLLECTED POTSDAM MUSKET WITH POSSIBLE CS CAV USE

CS CAPTURED AND COLLECTED POTSDAM MUSKET WITH POSSIBLE CS CAV USE

This shortened Prussian Model 1809 musket bears a “T” inspector’s stamp on the underside of the stock indicating it passed through the Confederate Ordnance cleaning and repair (C&R) system.… (490-2634). Learn More »

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE III FLINTLOCK MUSKET

M1816 ‘WICKHAM’ TYPE III 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… (172-5803). Learn More »

NIPPES MARYLAND HENRY CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

NIPPES MARYLAND HENRY CONTRACT MUSKET WITH BAYONET

During the War of 1812 the state of Maryland purchased 5,832 muskets from private suppliers, the largest of whom was J.J. Henry of Philadelphia, who formed a consortium of gun makers to fulfill his… (1037-139). Learn More »

$2,250.00
ON HOLD

SCARCE 1858 LOCK-DATED US MODEL 1855 TYPE 5 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE

SCARCE 1858 LOCK-DATED US MODEL 1855 TYPE 5 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE

This Harpers Ferry Model 1855 rifle shows use, as most do, but is a very good example of the Type-5 in Willyard’s typology: iron mounted with the short stock tip, patch box (or catch box in the new… (490-3001). Learn More »

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1861

MODEL 1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1861

This is a first-year-of-production example the standard rifle musket of the Civil War, the Model 1861 Springfield, actually made at that armory. With production starting at Springfield in July 1861,… (172-5775). Learn More »

$6,500.00
ON HOLD

MAYNARD RIFLE, MODEL 1873, IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE NO. 9

MAYNARD RIFLE, MODEL 1873, IMPROVED HUNTING OR TARGET RIFLE NO. 9

Dr. Edward Maynard (1813-1891) was both a brilliant dentist and a gifted inventor. Born in Madison, New York, Maynard entered the United States Military Academy at West Point, but was later forced to… (2021-821). Learn More »

RIFLED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET DATED 1847

RIFLED SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1842 MUSKET DATED 1847

Even before the official adoption of the 1855 series of arms the Ordnance Department was upgrading older .69 caliber muskets by rifling them. Some 44,000 are known to have been rifled or both rifled… (362-979). Learn More »

$1,795.00
ON HOLD

NEAR MINT M1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1862

NEAR MINT M1861 SPRINGFIELD DATED 1862

This Model 1861 is complete and all original, made at Springfield, with matching 1862 dates on lock and barrel, sharp edges, tight fit of wood to metal, crisp markings including two nice cartouches, a… (490-2995). Learn More »

$5,950.00
ON HOLD

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BRITISH PATTERN 1769 SHORT LAND MUSKET WITH INTACT UNIT FRACTION MARKED WRISTPLATE

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BRITISH PATTERN 1769 SHORT LAND MUSKET WITH INTACT UNIT FRACTION MARKED WRISTPLATE

This is a good example of the typical British infantry weapon of the American Revolution- the 1769 Pattern Short Land Musket. Sometimes still called the Second Model by collectors, this has the early… (2022-602). Learn More »

$4,500.00
ON HOLD

MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1903 SERVICE RIFLE FROM 1942

MINT REMINGTON MODEL 1903 SERVICE RIFLE FROM 1942

Exceptional Like-New example of a rare Remington Model 1903 (Modified) service rifle made early in World War II.  These rifles were issued in 1942 to Army and USMC troops because adequate numbers of… (2022-736). Learn More »

$4,500.00
ON HOLD

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

This musket is stamped “42. VA. REGT. PITTSYLVANIA” on the barrel, was later altered to percussion and then shortened for use in the civilian market. It is a scarce survivor from muskets delivered… (1000-241). Learn More »

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET

COLT SPECIAL MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET

This is a good example of the Special Model 1861 .58 Caliber Rifle Musket made by Colt in 1864. Not one to let a business opportunity slip by with the outbreak of war, Colt approached the U.S. Chief… (490-2645). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1863, TYPE II, RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1863

SPRINGFIELD M1863, TYPE II, RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1863

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1863, Type II, single-shot muzzleloader. This M1863 musket was a government arsenal product from Springfield, Massachusetts. Over two hundred… (1099-21). Learn More »

$1,250.00
ON HOLD

17TH CENTURY SIGNED & DATED GERMAN WHEEL-LOCK RIFLE

17TH CENTURY SIGNED & DATED GERMAN WHEEL-LOCK RIFLE

This is a very rare and very attractive piece. Being a wheel-lock rifle dated 1670 and signed “Georg Hoffman” on the top flat of the barrel. The rifle is approximately 40” long overall with a… (30-2243). Learn More »

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 »

$360.00
Originally $450.00

VERY NICE MODEL 1816 HARPERS FERRY FLINTLOCK MUSKET, DATED 1816

VERY NICE MODEL 1816 HARPERS FERRY FLINTLOCK MUSKET, DATED 1816

This Model 1816 Harpers Ferry .69 caliber smoothbore is in original flintlock form. The musket has a 41 1/2” round barrel secured with three barrel-bands that in turn are held in place with iron… (1000-66). Learn More »

$2,500.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE CLEANED AND REPAIRED (C&R) US M1861 BRIDESBURG DATED 1863

CONFEDERATE ORDNANCE CLEANED AND REPAIRED (C&R) US M1861 BRIDESBURG DATED 1863

This M1861 rifle musket recently came out of North Carolina. Stock markings and at least one barrel band show it to have been captured and reissued by Confederate ordnance authorities. Some minor… (490-2428). Learn More »

$2,600.00
Originally $3,250.00


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VERY SCARCE 1799-1800 SWAN CONTRACT VIRGINIA MILITIA REGIMENTALLY MARKED MUSKET: 42nd REGIMENT, PITTSYLVANIA

This musket is stamped “42. VA. REGT. PITTSYLVANIA” on the barrel, was later altered to percussion and then shortened for use in the civilian market. It is a scarce survivor from muskets delivered to Virginia by Jame Swan of Boston in January… (1000-241). Learn More »

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