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F98. M1816 - CONVERSION MUSKET: This is a great example of a classic conversion musket carried by Southern troops! Originally an 1816 musket converted for use during the Civil War. The gun is in great condition overall! The metal mostly has a smooth even brown patina. The stock is original and retains 98% of the original finish with some bumps and dings, and a small chip near the barrel tang. The lock-plate retains the original 1836 date, but the US and maker names was buffed down during the conversion, indicating the good possibility it is a Confedeate conversion . On the left side of the stock you can see the faint remains of the painted number 27. There were 37 units combined in the North and South that used the number 27. Of this total, there were fifteen 27th Confederate regiments. The bolster is similar in designs to those uses by M.A. Baker in Fayetteville, NC, thought I do not clam this was done by Baker. The ram-rod is a replacement and not period. It is a nice conversion musket with pretty good eye-appeal! $1375.00
F108. CONFEDERATE CONVERSION - M1817 COMMON RIFLE: This is a great Confederate rifle that has see the Elephant! It is obviously a battlefield pick-up and has silver paint on all metal parts indicating it was displayed in a GAR hall. This Confederate Conversion M1817 Common Rifle is a two-band rifle with the Confedarate conversion to the barrel for a bayonet, and is all original. The stock is solid, but shows wear from its exposure on a field of battle. The action works in both half & full cock position. The gun is also marked with the Roman numeral XI inside the cap box and on the lock retention plate.
F105. AUSTRIAN M1851 CARBINE - TYPE II: This is an Austrian M1851 Carbine - Type II complete with the unusual two ring sling arrangement and raised cheek piece common to many Austrian arms. The stock is in outstanding condition with the letter "W" on the right side. The action is strong, and works in both half and full cock positions. The barrel is marked and the bore has strong lands & groves. This one was not designed to have a ram-rod, which was carried separately. The M1851 carbine has long been considered an early war Federal import. $1250.00
F117. M1816 - CONFEDERATE - CONVERSION MUSKET: This is an outstanding example of a Confederate converted M1816 musket. The lock, bolster are very unique and not of a Northern design. The ram-rod has a cork screw twist that is often seen in other Confederate muskets. $2600.00
F118. AUSTRIAN M1851 CARBINE - TYPE I: This is an Austrian M1851 Carbine - Type I with a raised cheek piece common to many Austrian arms. The stock is in outstanding condition. The action is strong, and works in both half and full cock positions. It does not have the two carry rings. The barrel bore has strong lands & groves. This one was designed to have a ram-rod. The M1851 carbine has long been considered an early war Federal import. $1150.00
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