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Manufactured by Henry Aston & Co of Middletown, Connecticut. Date marked on sideplate 1851. 8 ¼" smoothbore round barrel with brass blade front sight. .54 caliber. Proof stamp on barrel US/P. Approximately 6,000 units produced 1851 to 1852. Notable: Possibly a Naval specimen as barrel has additional "N" stamping
Manufactured by N.P. Ames of Springfield, Massachusetts. Date marked 1845 on sideplate. This is a standard model with flat sideplate. .54 caliber smoothbore round barrel (6"). Approximately 2,000 units produced (1842-1847). Brass post front sight. Proof stamps on barrel USN/1845/R.P./P.
Manufactured by Asa Waters of Millbury, Massachusetts. These were the last US martial pistol produced with the flintlock ignition system. .54 caliber smoothbore round barrel (8.5") was produced in bright finish. Brass blade front sight. Sideplate clearly stamped “A. Waters/Milbury,MS./1838. Estimated 20,000 units produced (1837-1843). Proof stamping is not defined. Only the inspector intials JH.
Manufactured by Henry Aston & Co of Middletown, Connecticut. Date marked on sideplate 1851. 8 1/2" smoothbore round barrel with brass blade front sight. .54 caliber. Proof stamp on barrel not legible Trigger plate stamped "M". Approximately 6,000 units produced 1851 to 1852.
Made by E. Remington & Sons. Approximately 1,000 units were produced (1847-1848). .54 caliber breechloader with sidehammer, a.k.a. "Mule-Ear" type. This firearm includes the Maynard tape primer system. Proofmark on lockplate U.S.N./RP/P/1847
Produced by Harpers Ferry Armory, a total of 2,020 units were manufactured from 1837-1840. Includes ramrod style bayonet and offset iron sights. .64 caliber smoothbore round barrel (23"). Issued to the 2nd U.S. Dragoons. Breechblock marking: J H HALL/ U.S./ 1839
Manufactured by Springfield Armory (1848-1859). Total units produced estimated from 5,804 to 6,703. .69 caliber smoothbore round barrel (26") with bright finish. Bright finished brass mountings. Lock markings: Behind hammer SPRING/FIELD/1847, Barrel breach "V P and eagle motif"
Manufactured by Simeon North of Middletown, Connecticut. Approximately 10,500 units produced (1844-1853). a.k.a. Side Lever Hall. Breechblock markings U.S./S.NORTH/MIDLTN/CONN/1851 Has inspector cartouche on both sides of stock. This is one of 5,000 units that were retrofitted with a rifled barrel in the infamous "Hall Carbine Affair"
Manufactured by Burnside Rifle Company. ~34,000 units produced in 1865. .52 caliber. 20" 3-groove barrel. Lever action repeating rifle. Receiver stamped SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE/PAT'D MARCH 6, 1860/ MANUF'D AT PROV.R.I./BY BURNSIDE RIFLE CO. Serial #666
Manufactured by Sharps Rifle Co out of Hartford, Connecticut. .52 caliber percussion breechloader with round 22" rifled barrel. Barrel retains majority of blue finish. Case hardened receiver. Sling ring bar. Roughly 40,000 units produced.
Manufactured by Burnside Rifle Co. of Providence, R.I. Approximately 43,000 units produced (1863-1865) and issued to cavalry regiments during the Civil War. .54 caliber carbine with 21" round and rifled barrel.
Remington produced over 1,000,000 units from 1867 – 1888. The rolling block was an interlocking system of hammer and breech. Very popular due to simplicity of the action. This model has the large No.1 size action w/ 20" barrel and single leaf rear sight.
Manufactured by American Machine Works of Springfield, Mass. Estimated 30,000 units produced (1861-1865). .50 caliber breechloader with 21 5/8” rifled barrel (half round/half octagonal). Stamped on left side MANUFACTUERD BY/AM’N.M’CH’N WKS/SPRINGFIELD MASS.
Manufactured by Springfield (1886-1889). Total units ~20,000. 45-70 Caliber with 22" round barrel. Brass front blade and Buffington rear sight. Lock markings U.S SPRINGFIELD W/ EAGLE. Breech block stamped US/MODEL/1884.
Manufactured by Massachusetts Arms Co. Production run 1863-1865 with 20,202 units. .50 caliber percussion rifle. Considered one of the best performing carbines of the Civil War Era. Dr. Maynard conducted a test fire of a 3'x6' target at 200 yards which was hit 237 times without a miss.
Manufactured by Springfield Armory. 4,021 unit produced 1855-1857. .58 Caliber 12" rifled barrel. Fitted with Maynard self-priming system. Side plate stamped U.S. /SPRINGFIELD / 1856 w/ eagle emblem on folding plate. Lanyard ring on butt cap. Detachable stock for Carbine use.
Manufactured by Harpers Ferry Arsenal (1817-1840). Total production 19,680. .52 caliber rifled barrel (32 5/8"). Pivoting breechblock released by spur on bottom of stock. Breechblock stamped: J.H.HALL/H.FERRY/U.S./1832
Manufactured by Springfield (1886-1891). Total production ~200,000. 45-70 caliber with 32 5/8" barrel. Comes with ramrod bayonet. Breechblock markings U.S./MODEL/1884. Lock markings U.S.SPRINGFIELD with eagle. Clearly defined cartouche on left side of stock. Buttplate stamped "US".
Manufactured by Springfield (1873-1877). Total production ~73,000. 45-70 caliber with 32 5/8" barrel. Long range rear sight with adjustable slide. Breechblock markings U.S./MODEL/1873. Lock markings U.S.SPRINGFIELD with eagle logo. Buttplate stamped "US".
Originally manufactured by Parkers, Snow & Co 1864. The rifle was converted to .58 caliber rimfire. Breechblock marking W.H. & W.Miller PATENT MAY 23, 1865/MERIDEN MFG. CO., MERIDEN, CONN. Double folding leaf rear sight. ~2,000 units produced.
Produced by the Eli Whitney Company of New Haven, Connecticut, commonly known as the "Mississippi Rifle". This arm, one of just 5,000 pieces, was altered by the Colt factory in Hartford during late 1861. Lock marked E.WHITNEY/US/NHAVEN 1854.
Manufactured by Springfield armory, a.k.a. National Army Bright. Produced 1831-1844. The majority were converted to percussion making this piece rare in its original design. .69 caliber muzzleloader with 42" round barrel. Correct steel ramrod with button shaped head and bayonet. Lockplate stamped SPRING/FIELD/1838. Left side of stock stamped "C.L.A. 23"
6,150 units produced. .52 Caliber 36" barrel. Hardwood stock has butt plate and built-in patchbox in excellent condition retaining color case finish. Barrel retains 50% of blueing. Folding ladder rear sight.
Manufactured by E. Whitney under contract with 10,000 units produced under recommendation of Capt. John Dahlgren of the U.S. Navy. Also known as the "Plymouth rifle". Single shot muzzleloader with 34" .69 caliber three-groove barrel. Has 1st style lockplate with large eagle motif.