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1903 SPRINGFIELD MATCH RIFLE FRONT SIGHT PROTECTOR 1903 SPRINGFIELD MATCH RIFLE FRONT SIGHT PROTECTOR
marked ED.AREIN PHILA PA PAT APP'D FOR, 1920's period?,    
M1846 $295.00
ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1866 RIFLE ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1866 RIFLE
50 CF; Good bore, fair stock, 32.5'' barrel, Manufactured at Springfield Armory using converted Civil War rifle muskets and parts. This example conforms to the M1868 Springfield rifle with a barrel length of 32.5 inches, however those rifles receivers were newly made. The lock is marked U.S./SPRINGFIELD and is dated 1863. The breechblock is marked with an 1866 date over an eagles head. The metal has been cleaned, with pitting overall on the barrel and on the forend tip. The walnut stock has been heavily sanded, leaving no markings and some metal to wood overhang. Missing the cleaning rod and lower sling swivel from the trigger guard. Mechanically fine. The bore has some shine and strong rifling, showing some pitting throughout. Antique.,    
C17367 $750.00
BALL & WILLIAMS CARBINE BALL & WILLIAMS CARBINE
44 RF; good bore, good stock, 22'' barrel, Issued during the Civil War. Gray patina metal with pitting over all. Walnut forend and buttstock. No legible markings except for the serial numbers on top of the barrel and frame. Part octagon barrel with fixed sights. Consignor notes state this carbine is in the serial range of those used by the Kentucky Cavalry with less than 6,600 being produced. Mechanically fine, stiff hammer. Antique, s/n 64xx   
C25879 $2,300.00
BALLARD CARBINE BALLARD CARBINE
44 RF; Good bore, good stock, 22'' barrel, Marked on barrel 'Ball & Williams/Worcester Mass and Merwin & Bray.Agts/New York. Forend appears to have been shortened a little and there is no barrel band present. Also no provision on the buttstock for a swivel as found on most destined for military use? Ejector knob on the bottom of forend is a custom made replacement. Possibly a specimen purchased for prison guard use? Metal is a rust brown patina overall. Functions fine., s/n 11xx   
M2558 $995.00
COLT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET COLT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET
58 Cal; fair bore, good stock, 40'' barrel, Manufactured by Colt F.A., state cointract marked to New Jersey, left side of barrel stamped "N. J." and "STEEL". 1862 dated on top of breech and back of lockplate. Eagle motif marked on side of bolster. Side of lockplate is marked "U.S./COLT'S PT F.A. Mfg Co/HARTFORD Ct.". Barrel and fittings in the white. US stamped on top of buttplate tang. Left side of barrel breech stamped with VP proof. Original ramrod present. The metal shows some scattered minor dark spotting, with some minor pitting around the bolster and nipple areas. Original walnut stock is over all good with many dings, dents and scratches. There are small slivers of wood missing along the ramrod channel and small old chips at the forend tip iron. Also a 1 inch crack developing behind the lockplate. No legible markings on the left side of the stock flat, small letter "L" stamped on the bottom of the grip. The action functions well. Bore has strong rifling, surface rusting throughout. Antique,    
C29357 $2,500.00
COLT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET COLT 1861 RIFLE MUSKET
58 Cal; 10% blue, fair bore, good stock, 40'' barrel, Manufactured by Colt F.A. Left side of barrel stamped "E. P. R." and "STEEL". 1864 dated on top of breech and back of lockplate. Eagle motif marked on side of bolster. Side of lockplate is marked "U.S./COLT'S PT F.A. Mfg Co/HARTFORD Ct.". Barrel and fittings in the white. US stamped on top of buttplate tang. Left side of barrel breech stamped with VP proof. Original ramrod present. The metal shows some scattered minor dark spotting. Original walnut stock is over all good with many dings, dents and scratches. left side of the stock flat has "H.L. stamped within a box. Small letter ZL" stamped on the bottom of the grip.,    
C30161 $1,895.00
CONFEDERATE MODEL 1852 MUSKET CONFEDERATE MODEL 1852 MUSKET
69 Cal; poor bore, fair stock, 39.25'' barrel, Palmetto Armory marked lock, stamped at the back Columbia/S C 1852. A US M1842 musket. Walnut stock held with three iron bands. The barrel has had about 2.75 inches cut from the muzzle. U.S. marked on the buttplate tang. The tang and hammer screws are replacements. The stock has been heavily sanded years ago. There is a partially repaired break on the bottom of the forend and there is a crack on the right side of the butt at the buttplate. Missing the ramrod. The lock works fine. This piece was found by a local elderly ladies great grandfather many years ago. Patina metal with spotting and pitting over all. Antique.,    
M6079 $2,500.00
E. WHITNEY 1841 PERCUSSION RIFLE E. WHITNEY 1841 PERCUSSION RIFLE
54 Cal; fair bore, good stock, 33'' barrel, Lock marked "E. WHITNEY/U.S." and "N. HAVEN/1849". Fixed sights. Walnut stock with brass mountings. The barrel is stamped on the left side with the inspector mark "US/JAG/P". Visible inspector cartouches on the left side flat of the stock. U.S. marked on the buttplate tang. Patina barrel with some pitting mainly around the bolster areas. The wood has been lightly sanded and the brass has been cleaned. The ramrod is not original. The saber bayonet lug on the right side of the barrel has been removed. The action works fine. Antique,    
C23445 $2,400.00
ENFIELD 1862 TOWER ENFIELD 1862 TOWER
58 cal; good stock, 39'' barrel, Marked on the bottom of the buttstock 'J. Cook & Son'. Wood is free of any major damage. Metal is rust patina with light to medium pitting overall. Missing ramrod and nipple.,    
M2595 $1,995.00
HALL-NORTH MODEL 1843 BREECH LOADING CARBINE HALL-NORTH MODEL 1843 BREECH LOADING CARBINE
58 Cal; fair bore, good stock, 21'' barrel, One of 5000 "Hall Carbine Affair" guns, percussion breech loading carbine with .58 caliber rifled barrel as issued with the Illinois 2nd and 9th Cavalry during the Civil War. Story is that these carbines were purchased as obsolete guns from a New York government arsenal and resold to U.S. forces for a substantial profit, a transaction which involved financier J.P. Morgan and General John Fremont of St. Louis. Fremont was relieved of command for the procurement incident. Stamped on top of the breechblock "U.S/S.NORTH/MIDLTN/CONN./1852". Illegible inspector cartouche on the left side of the stock. The right side of the butt is stamped with what appears to be "H.N./II/IL". And initials E H R are scratches onto the right side of the stock under the frame. Patina metal with some minor pitting. Many dings on the wood. Mechanically fine, complete and original. Antique.,    
C20258 $2,500.00
HARPERS FERRY 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE HARPERS FERRY 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE
54 Cal; very good bore, good stock, 33'' barrel, Round barrel has been cleaned bright with spitting over all. Brass mounted walnut stock. 7 groove rifled barrel. 3rd Alteration variant, iron fixed front sight, 1855 pattern military ladder rear sight. Reproofed in 1859 with WCK (William C. Keely) inspector marks on the right side of the barrel and on the left side stock flat. Lock is marked with the Eagle motif over "US". Rear of the lock stamped vertically "HARPERS/FERRY/1850". V P Eagleshead proofs over the left side of the barrel. Original brass tipped ramrod. Lug mounted on right side of barrel for sabre bayonet. The lock functions fine. Antique,    
C26276 $4,500.00
HARPERS FERRY 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE HARPERS FERRY 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE
54 Cal; good bore, good stock, 33'' barrel, Original browned finish round barrel, walnut stock with brass mounts. Original ramrod with brass tip. Fixed brass blade front sight, dovetailed V notch rear sight. Lock marked on the side with a faintly legible Eagle over double stamped "U.S.", vertically at the rear of the lock "HARPERS/FERRY/1845". V P Eagleshead proofs over the left side of the barrel. No legible cartouche on the stock. No provision for a bayonet. Consignors notes on attached tag state: "From old California family-Likely wagon train rifle at time of Gold Rush 1849-1850". Lock functions fine. Antique,    
C26274 $2,500.00
HENRY RIFLE BRASS FRAME U.S. MARKED HENRY RIFLE BRASS FRAME U.S. MARKED
44 RF; good bore, good stock, 24'' barrel, U.S. martially marked Henry rifle. Original finish on the barrel, has turned a light patina with traces of dull blue finish inside the grooves on both sides. The brass frame has seen some light cleaning in the past, now a mustard color patina. Variant with lever latch. Original fixed front sight and rear ladder sight, the rear missing the elevation slider. U.S. inspector marks appear on the right side of the barrel near the frame "C.G.C." and on the left side of the frame " H C". The top of the barrel is stamped in two lines "HENRY'S PATENT. OCT. 16, 1860 / MANUFACT'D BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEWHAVEN, CT.". The serial number 3511 appears on top of the barrel near the frame. The walnut stock is stamped matching under the tang on top, and the serial number also appears on the left side of the lower tang, hidden by the stock. The buttplate has a small "C" inspector mark on the right side of the heel. There are no visible inspector marks on the stock. There are a few small dings on the frame and barrel, with many on the bottom of the cartridge elevator. Inside the butt trap are 4 original cleaning rod sections. Mechanic are fine. Accompanying this rifle are several copies of the Civil War records and some post war documents concerning a Civil War veteran Thomas Huffman. Thomas was the brother of the man who was issued this rifle by the military during the Civil War. And Thomas had possession of this particular rifle after the war, along with the Henry rifle he privately purchased personally. The rifles passing down through the family until purchased by the seller. According to seller notes he purchased both rifles directly from the descendents of the Civil War veteran Thomas Huffman, who served with the 7th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Company K, as a private. Thomas survived the war, dying in 1881, apparently from an illness conceived during the war, as many of the documents appear to be some sort or legal action over the illness. Thomas's private rifle was personalized by having his name engraved on the side of the frame, a copy of the photo of that rifle is in the paperwork. Antique, s/n 35xx   
M6677 $39,995.00
IBM M1 CARBINE IBM M1 CARBINE
30 Carbine; excellent bore, very good stock, 18'' barrel, Parkerized finish, mounted in walnut. IBM 11-43 barrel. Oval cut high wood stock marked inside the sling well LW-B, with a faint boxed RIA/FK rebuild stamp on the left side. EW-B marked 2 rivet handguard. AOB type 1 slide. BE-B stamped trigger housing, AM-B hammer, EP-B magazine catch, push button safety, AOB blued flat bolt, WB extractor, type 1 band with KV-B swivel, FOB flip rear sight with no stake marks, PR recoil lug. Complete with a khaki web sling ink stamped S-N and oiler. Includes a parkerized finish USG 15 round magazine marked U. The metal finish shows some minor wear and handling. The wood has a few scattered small dings. Mechanically fine. The bore is bright with a tight muzzle. C&R/FFL, s/n 37850xx   
C17996 $2,995.00
INLAND M-1 CARBINE INLAND M-1 CARBINE
30 Carbine; excellent bore, very good stock, 18'' barrel, Original parkerized finish, oval cut low wood stock with large ordnance wheel on right side, IO marked inside sling well on left. IO marked four rivit walnut handguard. Later production parts correct. Includes consignor supplied data sheet. Inland 12-44 barrel. AI blued round bolt, PI type 4 slide, Inland milled trigger housing, HI hammer, push button safety, EI magazine catch, type I band with UI marked swivel, S~ marked flip rear sight without stake marks, IS front sight, recoil plate unmarked. No import markings. OIB blued 15 round magazine included. C&R/FFL, s/n 68873xx   
C29551 $1,850.00
INLAND M1 CARBINE INLAND M1 CARBINE
30 CARBINE; excellent bore, excellent stock, Not import marked. Milled adjustable sight, Inland trigger housing, type A barrel band, Inland stock. Appears parts correct except for the rear sight and 4 rivit handguard. The stock has a grain crack at the forend tip., s/n 4674xx   
D6358 $1,895.00
INLAND M1 CARBINE INLAND M1 CARBINE
30 Carbine; excellent bore, very good stock, 18'' barrel, S.G. subcontracted receiver, marked on the left side under the wood. Inland 8-43 barrel. Original parkerized finish, mounted in an I cut modified walnut stock and 2 rivet handguard. The high wood along the slide has been removed, commonly done due to breakage in the field. The stock is marked inside the sling well IO with a large ordnance wheel on the right side. A circled P firing proof is located on the bottom of the stock grip. The left side of the grip is stamped with a U. The handguard is IO marked. Inland milled trigger guard, HI hammer, EI magazine catch, push button safety, Type 1 PI slide, AI blued flat bolt, S marked flip rear sight with no stake marks and unmarked type1 band. Includes on USGI 15 round magazine with parkerized finish marked KI. The metal and wood show some wear and handling. Mechanically fine. The bore is bright and sharp with a tight muzzle. No import markings. C&R/FFL, s/n 8200xx   
C17995 $2,795.00
INLAND M1 CARBINE INLAND M1 CARBINE
30 Carbine; very good bore, good stock, 18'' barrel, Worn and mottled parkerized finish, mounted in a walnut M2 stock and 4 rivit handguard. Underwood 11-43 barrel. Rebuild with mixed small parts. No import marks. With sling, oiler and original M3 flash hider. Includes one USGI 30 round magazine. Used, the metal finish and wood are worn and there are some areas of light pitting. Mechanically fine. C&R/FFL, s/n 29839xx   
C24503 $895.00
INLAND M1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE INLAND M1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE
30 Carbine; excellent bore, good stock, 18'' barrel, Inland 2-44 barrel. Original parkerized finish and USGI M1A1 walnut stock marked inside the slide channel and on the bottom of the grip IO. Type 3 band marked AMCO, type 2 slide marked PI, blued round bolt marked AOB, unmarked milled trigger housing, WA marked hammer, EI marked magazine catch, HI marked flip safety, IRCo stamped adjustable rear sight, IO marked 2 rivit walnut handguard. The metal finish shows wear and thinning overall. The stock has been lightly sanded at some point, leaving a cirlce P firing proof on the left side of the pistol grip faint. The stock has minor handling marks with a compression from the stock buttplate on the left side. The barrel is SAMCO import marked under the band extension. Mechanically fine with a sharp bore. Includes a reproduction web sling and one USGI 15 round magazine. C&R/FFL, s/n 50496xx   
D12391 $2,495.00
INLAND M1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE INLAND M1A1 PARATROOPER CARBINE
30 Carbine; very good bore, fair stock, 18'' barrel, Original parkerized finish and walnut high wood M1A1 stock. Inland 4-43 barrel. Inland trigger housing, HI marked hammer, PR-B marked magazine catch, push button safety, PI marked type 1 slide, IO marked flat bolt with parkerized finish, IO marked 2 rivet walnut handguard, IRCo stamped adjustable rear sight, original type 1 band. The metal finish shows wear and thinning overall. The stock has a crudely repaired split along the right side of the receiver. The bottom of the grip is stamped with a small ordnance wheel escutcheon. The buttplate has the cast part number 8257614. The wire frame has straces of black paint finish. The leather cheek pad is in good condition and an oiler is in place. Mechanically fine. The bore has strong rifling and a tight muzzle, showing some frost in the grooves. As received from the CMP. Will be shipped in the CMP box with the CMP certificate of authenticity. No accessories or magazine are included. C&R/FFL, s/n 3845xx   
C18131 $3,850.00

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