Confederate Assembled Musket ?
Guns International #: 101669478 Seller's Inventory #:
Category: Civil War Rifles - Antique Rifles - Percussion
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Seller: ED'S GUN SHOW
Member Since: 4/5/07
First Name: ed
Last Name: good
State: New Hampshire
Country: United States
Phone: (603) 325-5828
Total Number of Listings: 400
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
only if defective
Payment Types Accepted: POSTAL MONEY ORDER, CASHIERS CHECK
This appears to be a Confederate era musket, assembled from parts salvaged from the Harpers Ferry Armory, after it was captured by Confederate forces in ear;y 1861...The 40", .58 caliber rifled barrel is unmarked...The walnut stock appears to have been originally made for a cadet sized musket, with additional wood scabbed on later. The top of the wood at the wrist is stamped 1 and L. There is a faint cartouche under the rear lock bolt head... The Model 1855 lock plate is dated 1860. Harpers Ferry and federal eagle stamps remain clear. Maynard Tape Primer parts are present...Ramrod and other parts look correct...However, no guarantees here...