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This is a scarce and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, also known as the Secon..
This is a scarce and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, also known as the Second Allin Alteration Rifle, in .50-70 caliber.   While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge-firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accuracy and long-range of modern infant..

$2,550.00
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that ..
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that was manufactured in 1870.  The genesis of the Model 1868 was the earlier Allin alterations. At the end of the Civil War, the Ordnance Department realized that a breech loading infantry rifle was needed to replace the obsolete muzzle loading percussion arms used during the late war. With so many Model 1861, 1863 and 1864 percussion rifled muskets on hand at war’s end, Springfield Armory Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin developed the U.S. Model 1865 Rifle, also known as the First Allin ..

$2,650.00
This is a very scarce and early Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle in .45-70 caliber.&nbs..
This is a very scarce and early Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle in .45-70 caliber.   The serial number on this rifle is 64226, which places its date of manufacture to 1876, the year General Custer’s battalion was massacred at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.  Springfield Armory only produced 11,369 rifles that year.  The Model 1873 was the first model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles and was manufactured at Springfield Armory from 1873-1886.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in very good plus condition.  The barrel is 32.60” long with ..

$2,800.00
This is a an original and very good condition Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine.  ..
This is a an original and very good condition Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine.  The Model 1899 Krag Cavalry Carbine was the last of the Krag Cavalry Carbine designs.   Model 1899 Krag Carbine production began in September 1899, at serial number 226,701.  This carbine, serial number 346796, was manufactured in September 1901.   The Model 1899 Krag Carbine incorporated several changes from the Model 1898 Carbine.  The Model 1899 Carbine Stock is approximately 2” longer than the Model 1898 Carbine Stock.  The Model 1899 stock also omitt..

$2,850.00
This is a scarce and original condition, special order Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, in..
This is a scarce and original condition, special order Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, in scarce .40-82 caliber, with a rare 28-inch barrel, and Lyman Receiver Rear Sight that was manufactured in 1902.  This rifle also comes with a Winchester Research Letter. The Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle is significant in that it was Winchester’s first repeating rifle designed by legendary firearms designer John Moses Browning.  With the introduction of the .45-70 Government round in 1873, and its immediate popularity as a hunting round, Winchester first tried t..

$3,950.00
This is an antique, very good condition Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, in desirable .38-..
This is an antique, very good condition Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, in desirable .38-40 caliber, also known as .38 Winchester Center Fire, that was manufactured in 1896.  This rifle was a special order rifle with an octagonal barrel. The Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle was designed by Winchester to take advantage of the popularity of the Model 1886 Rifle but scaled down to fire the shorter cartridges originally designed for the Model 1873 Rifle, which remained very popular towards the end of the century.  The Model 1892 was designed by legendary firearms desi..

$3,550.00
This is a scarce, early and fine condition, WWI Model 1917 double action revolver manufactured by S..
This is a scarce, early and fine condition, WWI Model 1917 double action revolver manufactured by Smith & Wesson in 1917. With U.S. involvement in WWI becoming inevitable after 1916, the U.S. government began to increase small arms production across the board.  For side arms, the Ordnance Department augmented Colt’s production of the semi-automatic Model 1911, .45 Pistol by awarding a contract to Remington-UMC for additional 1911 production.  Even with this additional production capability, there was a significant shortage of side arms.  As a stop-gap measure, ..

$2,750.00
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that ..
This is a scarce and original condition Springfield Armory Model 1868 Rifle in .50-70 Caliber that was manufactured in 1870.  The genesis of the Model 1868 was the earlier Allin alterations. At the end of the Civil War, the Ordnance Department realized that a breech loading infantry rifle was needed to replace the obsolete muzzle loading percussion arms used during the late war. With so many Model 1861, 1863 and 1864 percussion rifled muskets on hand at war’s end, Springfield Armory Master Armorer Erskine S. Allin developed the U.S. Model 1865 Rifle, also known as the First Allin ..

$2,600.00
This is scarce, Spanish American War, unit identified Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle ..
This is scarce, Spanish American War, unit identified Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle in .45-70 caliber.  This particular rifle was issued to the 202nd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, which deployed to Cuba in 1898 and served in Havana and Pinar Del Rio, Cuba. The serial number on this rifle is 146876 [star], which places its date of manufacture to 1880.  Springfield Armory only produced 9,830 rifles that year, which was the lowest production year other than 1877 when there was essentially no rifle production, so 1880 dated rifles are rarely seen.  ..

$2,400.00
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