|SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1866 ALLIN CONVERSION|
Springfield Model 1866 Allin conversion. It is a 2nd model. Caliber is 50/70. It is in overall excellent condition. Bore in the 36 1/2" barrel is shiny along with some...
Item ID #2224
|H.A. BUTLER 50 CALIBER CALIFORNIA RIFLE|
Item ID #2223
|72 CALIBER AUSTRIAN SCHUETZEN STYLE RIFLE|
Item ID #2222
|MILLER AKA BILLINGHURST CONVERSION|
As you probably know, these were made with the pill lock ignition. This is the earliest revolving fire arm patented in the US. A number of different makers made these under the...
Item ID #2221
Item ID #2220
|SHARPS 1874 44-77 WITH LETTER CALIFORNIA SHIPPED|
Item ID #2219
|HALL 1819 PERCUSSION CONVERSION CONFEDERATE ?|
This is a very interesting Hall model 1819 percussion conversion. It appears to be a field alteration completed during the period of use. Very well could have been Confederate. ...
Item ID #2218
|CASED NEEDLE FIRE TAKEDOWN GASQUOINE & DYSON|
The engraving on this needle fire takedown rifle is very well done. Bore in the 23 1/2" barrel has very strong lands and grooves. It is shiny and will rate a seven on a one to...
Item ID #2217
|SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1870 TYPE 2 SERIAL #72|
This is serial number 72. Numbers match. Bore in the 35" barrel is nice. It has strong lands and grooves and is shiny. No issues. Will rate an eight on a one to ten scale. ...
Item ID #2216
|MORGAN ROOD 3 BARREL SWIVEL RIFLE|
You will like this very unique Morgan L. Rood .36 caliber rifle with three swivel barrels. It was made in Marshall, Michigan between 1851-1859. Overall length is 46 1/4". The...
Item ID #2215
|PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE WORKS 2 BARREL SWIVEL|
Item ID #2214
Bore in the .60 caliber 30" barrel is bright and shiny. It will rate an easy eight on a one to ten scale. The action is smooth and tight. It works perfectly. Nice original...
Item ID #2213
|SHARPS BORCHARDT BROWNING BROTHERS MARKED|
This Borchardt Military rifle is marked Browning Brothers Ogden, Utah. Barrel is also marked OLD RELIABLE. Action is smooth and tight. It works perfectly. The bore does show...
Item ID #2195
|SHARPS 1863 PATCH BOX CARBINE ORIGINAL|
Bore in the 22" barrel is bright and shiny, has strong lands and grooves, and will rate an easy seven or better. If I call it a seven you won't be disappointed when you receive...
Item ID #2191
|JENKS MULE EAR NAVY CARBINE|
If you don't have Jenks Mule Ear Carbine, you need this one. It is a Navy with excellent markings. The barrel is clearly marked and it has excellent cartouches on the stock. ...
Item ID #2190
|JOSLYN MONKEY TAIL CARBINE CARTOUCHED|
These were made by A.H. Waters Company of Milbury, Massachusetts. They were made from 1855-1856. Less than an estimated 1500 were made. 1200 were known to have been sold to the...
Item ID #2189
|SHARPS 1855 US NAVY RIFLE|
Item ID #2188
|SHARPS PISTOL CARBINE|
This is a very rare Sharps Pistol Carbine or Sharps Pistol Rifle. The round barrel is 28" long. Bore is shiny with strong lands and grooves. It will rate about a seven on a one...
Item ID #2187
|SPENCER 1860 CARBINE CARTOUCHED|
If you are looking for an 1860 Spencer Civil War Carbine that has seen some action, this one is for you. It is perfect. Great wear on the stock from being in a scabbard while on...
Item ID #2160
|GALLAGER CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CARBINE|
Bore in the 22" barrel is shiny with very good lands and grooves. There is also some pitting. It will still rate a seven on a one to ten scale. Action is smooth and tight. It...
Item ID #2159