REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK MILITARY MUSKET
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Item 671585680
Location Allport, PA 16821
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DA-0014-F- (11427)-JJD- REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK MILITARY MUSKET U.S. CONVERSION RIFLE, in the rare .58 caliber center fire copper cartridge, featuring the rare 38-5/16th inches barrel. Also features both forend and butt stocks deeply stained in red Vermillion (standard INDIAN WAR PAINT.) At the end of the Civil War, the US War Department had tens of thousands of muzzle loading rifled muskets on hand, and wished to find a way to convert them into breech loaders to upgrade to the latest technology in soldier’s weapons. Many companies competed and Remington converted a small quantity of muskets into single shot breech loading rifles, using their perfected rifle actions. This piece was the result. The government finally awarded the contract to the trapdoor rifles of the Allin Design. Note the .58 caliber musket barrel complete with original musket sights, and 1862 flat barrel bands, forend, and musket butt stock with butt plate. These conversions were not serial numbered, and it is not known how many were made for the US trials, and few have survived. This specimen is fully intact (except for the hammer/block pin bridle and screw on left side receiver). Fine rifled bore. All other surfaces in smooth brown patina. Most were traded to the Indians in the American west, like this one. 39” barrel, overall 55” All sound, fully functional, original, as-is.SAFETY NOTICE: We do not sell firearms, only collectible antiques, if you shoot them it is at your own risk and we are not liable for anything you do.
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11.00 Pounds