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This is an historically identified Burnside Cavalry Carbine that was issued during the Civil War to..
This is an historically identified Burnside Cavalry Carbine that was issued during the Civil War to the long-serving 2nd Illinois Volunteer Cavalry Regiment, which fought all throughout the Western Theater during the war.  The Burnside Cavalry Carbine was one of the most popular carbines during the war on the Union side. Only the Sharps and multi-shot Spencer Cavalry Carbines were issued in larger numbers. The Burnside Carbine was invented by Ambrose E. Burnside, who was the Treasurer of the Bristol Firearms Company before the Civil War. Burnside's pre-war financial difficulties c..

$3,900.00
This is a matching and all original Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver serial number 116018.   ..
This is a matching and all original Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver serial number 116018.   This revolver was manufactured in 1861 and was issued to and used during the Civil War by Company G, 3rd Iowa Volunteer Cavalry Regiment.  Colt only manufactured 20,000 Model 1851 Navy Revolvers during this first year of the Civil War.  The engraved scene on the cylinder depicts the battle between the Texas Navy and Mexican ships with the date of the battle, “Engaged 16 May 1843.”  The Colt Model 1851 Navy measures 13” in length and weighs approximately 2 pounds 9 ounces, ..

$4,495.00
This is an antique, high condition and all original Civil War Smith Cavalry Carbine, serial number..
This is an antique, high condition and all original Civil War Smith Cavalry Carbine, serial number 10626.  This Carbine was manufactured by the American Machine Works of Springfield Massachusetts, which was one of three prime contractors who manufactured the Smith Carbine during the Civil War, the other two being the Massachusetts Arms Company and the American Arms Company, both located in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Approximately 30,000 Smith Carbines were manufactured during the war and this is one of the earlier carbines made, serial number 10626.  This Carbine is .50 ..

$3,495.00
This is a very fine condition and documented Springfield Model 1903A1 National Match Rifle.The Model..
This is a very fine condition and documented Springfield Model 1903A1 National Match Rifle.The Model 1903A1 was approved by the Ordnance Department in early 1928, but the only difference between it and the Model 1903 was the addition of the "C" or pistol grip stock. While it used to be thought that all service rifle assembly ended in fiscal year 1927, with all assembly after that date devoted to match rifles, some new production after 1927 continued to be assembled and issued as standard service rifles to Army units in the field. Because of the existence of large numbers of older straight or "..

$3,895.00
This is an original and very fine condition WWII Model 1911 A1 .45 ACP Pistol manufactured by the I..
This is an original and very fine condition WWII Model 1911 A1 .45 ACP Pistol manufactured by the Ithaca Gun Company in 1945.  With war on the horizon in the late 1930s, the Ordnance Department began to consider how to increase small arms production in the event the United States entered the war.  Part of the planning was to identify companies that could manufacture small arms beyond those manufactured at the time by either principal private contractors or by national armories. In June 1939, the Ordnance Department requested bids for educational orders on 1911 A1 pistols ..

$3,995.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers Trojan, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 192..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers Trojan, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1925.  This shotgun is in remarkable condition for being 95 years old and still has its original and very rare Parker Brothers hang tag.Charles Parker began as an industrial manufacturer of numerous durable goods, including hardware, lamps, spectacles, steam engines, presses, tooling and even railroad wheels in Meriden, Connecticut beginning in 1828, under the name Meriden Machine Company.  Charles Parker created numerous companies over the years, including the Meriden Curtain Fixtu..

$3,995.00
This is a fine condition, original and correct Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine. ..
This is a fine condition, original and correct Springfield Armory Model 1899 Cavalry Carbine.  This particular model was the last of the Krag Cavalry Carbine designs.  Model 1899 Krag Carbine production began in 1899, at serial number 226,701.  This carbine, serial number 351800 and was manufactured in October 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 omitted the swivel bar inlett..

$3,295.00
This is an historically significant Webley “WG” Army Revolver that was the personal sidearm of John..
This is an historically significant Webley “WG” Army Revolver that was the personal sidearm of John Charles Temple Gaskell, who served in the British and Indian Armies from 1902 up through World War One, where he was seriously wounded at Gallipoli, and where he was ultimately killed in action fighting the Germans in East Africa in 1917. The Webley firearms manufacturing company began in 1835 when brothers Philip and James Webley began producing firearms in Birmingham, England.  After James Webley’s death in 1856, coupled with the closing of Colt’s London factory a year later..

$8,995.00
This is a fine condition, antique German hammer Drilling in 12 gauge and .43 Mauser that was manufa..
This is a fine condition, antique German hammer Drilling in 12 gauge and .43 Mauser that was manufactured by the famous German firm of Miller & Greiss of Munich, Germany.The term “drilling” comes from the German word for “triplet,” indicating firearms with three barrels.  The drilling was initially designed for use on hunting preserves where the hunter may encounter different types of game during the hunt.  A hunter could encounter birds or large stags so the drilling was the perfect type of firearm to enable the hunter to engage whatever he saw during the hunt.The firearm..

$3,450.00
This is a mint condition, museum quality and all original, early Model 1903 Rifle manufactured by R..
This is a mint condition, museum quality and all original, early Model 1903 Rifle manufactured by Rock Island Arsenal in 1912. The Model 1903 Service Rifle was officially adopted on June 19, 1903 and it was initially chambered for the .30-03 round and had an internally-stored rod bayonet, similar to the rod bayonet design used on the Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle. When the design was finalized, the Ordnance Department ordered both national armories, Springfield Armory and Rock Island Arsenal to begin preparing for production. Springfield was given an initial production quota of 400 ri..

$4,250.00
This a mint condition and very scarce Robert Johnson manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol,..
This a mint condition and very scarce Robert Johnson manufactured U.S. Model 1836 Flintlock Pistol, still in the original flint, that was made in 1842.  This pistol appears to have never been issued.The history of the U.S. Handgun began just before the Revolution when British troops stationed in the American Colonies were issued with the "New Model 1760" flintlock pistol. When the Revolutionary War began, the Rappahannock Forge in Virginia copied the British Model 1760 design and designated it the Model 1775. This .62 caliber, flintlock, single shot pistol is generally considered t..

$3,785.00
This is a mint condition, probably unissued and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor..
This is a mint condition, probably unissued and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle.  The serial number on this rifle is 454680, which places its date of manufacture to 1889.  Springfield Armory produced 36,523 rifles in 1889.  The Model 1884, which was the second model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles, was manufactured at Springfield Armory from 1886-1890.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in mint, unissued condition.  The barrel is 32.60” long with a 0.730” barrel diameter at the muzzle.  The barrel retains 99% of the original ..

$2,995.00
This is a beautiful Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge, top action hammer gun, side-by-side ..
This is a beautiful Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge, top action hammer gun, side-by-side shotgun with Stub Twist barrels from 1887.  This particular shotgun was ordered by E. K. Tryon Jr. & Co. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1890.  This shotgun was then shipped from Parker Brothers on January 23, 1890.  Based on the serial number, this shotgun was actually manufactured in 1887, and was in inventory when it was ordered in early 1890. Charles Parker began as an industrial manufacturer of numerous durable goods, including hardware, lamps, s..

$1,745.00
This is a very rare and fine condition US Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon that was rifled and sighted ..
This is a very rare and fine condition US Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoon that was rifled and sighted and has the rare ramrod chain attachment.  This particular Musketoon was manufactured at Springfield Armory in 1854, and was rifled and sighted in the late 1850s.  This is a museum quality example of one of only about 344 Model 1847 Cavalry Musketoons that received these modifications before the Civil War.The history of the Musketoon began in 1842 when the Ordnance Department first considered the adoption of a short rifle, or "musketoon," for the artillery. A prototype was not ..

$6,495.00
This is a very rare, Confederate marked, Kerr Patent .44 caliber revolver made by the London Armour..
This is a very rare, Confederate marked, Kerr Patent .44 caliber revolver made by the London Armoury Company and shipped to the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. The principal source for information about this Confederate Revolver comes from Confederate Handguns, by William A. Albaugh, III, Hugh Benet, Jr., and Edward N. Simmons, Bonanza Books, New York, 1963. This book has detailed information on the Kerr Revolver and the Confederate purchase of these handguns for Confederate military service during the war.   When the Civil War began, many southerners..

$6,495.00
This is an excellent example of one of the rarest of Civil War rifles from one of the most famous ma..
This is an excellent example of one of the rarest of Civil War rifles from one of the most famous manufacturers of the 19th Century. This is the Deringer Original Percussion Rifle, sometimes referred to as the 1861 Deringer Rifle, in .58 caliber. These rifles are similar to the Model 1817 rifles manufactured by Henry Deringer of Philadelphia years earlier. It is believed that these Deringer rifles were either purchased by the state of New Jersey or by some of the private militia companies formed in southern Pennsylvania at the outbreak of the Civil War.There is yet another mystery surrounding ..

$2,000.00
This is a very rare and very good condition Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 Army Carbine.  Thi..
This is a very rare and very good condition Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 Army Carbine.  This was one of only 250 “improved” Model 1862 Army carbines manufactured during the Civil War.   The history of Sharps & Hanks began when Christian Sharps left the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company in June 1854.  As part of the terms for him leaving, Sharps agreed to pay Sharps a royalty of one dollar for every gun manufactured and twenty-five cents for every lock made.  The agreement also required a cash payment of $4,000 and 400 Model 1852 Sharps Carbines.  ..

$2,995.00
This is an original and correct Springfield Armory manufactured U.S. Model 1855 Rifle Musket with Ma..
This is an original and correct Springfield Armory manufactured U.S. Model 1855 Rifle Musket with Maynard Tape-Primer Mechanism with the brass forend tip that was manufactured in 1858. This is the Type I Model 1855 and only 12,202 were manufactured at Springfield Armory in 1858 and was one of the last Type I’s manufactured.Following the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th Century, arms developers in Europe began to digest the lessons learned from the linear style of warfare used by Napoleon and his numerous opponents on the continent. One of the critiques of the infantrymen of the day was that t..

$1,945.00
This is a very rare and fine condition Webley-Fosbery Model of 1903 Automatic Revolver manufactured..
This is a very rare and fine condition Webley-Fosbery Model of 1903 Automatic Revolver manufactured by Webley & Scott and chambered in the .455 Webley cartridge.  This rare automatic revolver is inscribed to and was carried by Captain Charles Beresford Tennent who served in Indian Mountain Artillery during the Gallipoli Campaign and Mesopotamia Campaign in World War One. The Webley firearms manufacturing company began in 1835 when brothers Philip and James Webley began producing firearms in Birmingham, England.  After James Webley’s death in 1856, coupled with the cl..

$13,995.00
This is a rare, original, correct and excellent condition Springfield Armory manufactured U.S. Mode..
This is a rare, original, correct and excellent condition Springfield Armory manufactured U.S. Model 1855 Rifle Musket with Maynard Tape-Primer Mechanism with the steel forend tip that was manufactured in 1860. This is the very desirable Type II Model 1855 and only 8,600 were manufactured at Springfield Armory in 1860. Following the Napoleonic Wars of the early 19th Century, arms developers in Europe began to digest the lessons learned from the linear style of warfare used by Napoleon and his numerous opponents on the continent. One of the critiques of the infantrymen of the day w..

$4,495.00
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