Springfield US Model 1866 "Second Allin" Conversion, .50-70 caliber Trapdoor Rifle
Guns International #: 101361078 Seller's Inventory #: B0393
Category: Military Rifles - Antique - Springfield Armory Rifles

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Springfield US Model 1866 "Second Allin" Conversion, .50-70 caliber Trapdoor Rifle

Model 1866 rifles ("Second Allin") were produced at Springfield Armory starting in the first quarter of 1867. A total of about 52,000 rifles were made between 1867 and 1869. Half of these rifles were sent to Europe for the Franco-Prussian War and later destroyed. Only about 26,000 remained in the US.

Single-shot, breech-loader that fires a .50-70 centerfire cartridge. The Lockplate is the correct Civil War era Model 1863/64 Lockplate marked "1864" to the rear of the Hammer. Forward of the Hammer is federal spread eagle. The Stock on this rifle is the original Model 1866 Rifle Stock featuring a rounded-end, boxed, script "HSH" cartouche on the left stock flat as well as an ESA cartouche. The bore is in excellent condition.

Price: $2300

Antique: Yes
Manufacturer: Springfield Armory
Model: Model 1866 "Second Allin" Conversion, .50-70 caliber Trapdoor Rifle
Caliber: .50-70