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1861 Springfield S243 1861 Springfield S243

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1861 Springfield S243
Originally made during 1861, in limited quantities, by the “Springfield” Armoury, this replica, authentically reproduces one of America’s most historical firearms. More efficient than the earlier smooth bored muskets used by both sides in the American Civil War. It is produced with satin finish barrel, stock with three bands, coin finish colour steel furniture. The lock is finished bright with U.S. SPRINGFIELD stamping’s.
Specs
Calibre -
S243 - 58 Cal
Action - Percussion
Twist Rate - 1:72
Barrel Length - 40"
Overall Length - 56"
Weight - 9.69 lbs, 4.4 kgs

Mississippi US Model 1841 S201 Mississippi US Model 1841 S201

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Mississippi US Model 1841 S201

It was considered the best looking ordnance rifle of the period. The US 1841 was manufactured at Harpers Ferry from the 1846 to the 1855 originally in .54 caliber, though many were later modified to .58. It was the first US military weapon made with a percussion lock and no provision for a bayonet. Another 75,000 muskets were manufactured by well known companies under government contract (Remington; Robbins & Lawrence; Eli Whitney) They were also produced in limited numbers by Tryon (Philadelphia) and Palmetto Armory (South Carolina). The US 1841 was used by both sides in the US Civil War. The nickname Mississippi Rifle comes from the rifle equipping a regiment in Mississippi during the war with Mexico (1848). The Model US 1841 features polished brass furniture, browned 33” barrel with notched rear sight, case hardened lock and ramrod with brass tip. The lock is nicely marked with the Eagle stamp and “US” in front of the hammer.
Specs
Calibre -
S20154 - 54 Cal Percussion
S20158 - 58 Cal Percussion
Twist Rate - 1:48"
Barrel Length - 33"
Overall Length - 48 5/8"
Weight - 9.25 lbs, 4.4 kgs

CS Richmond Type 111 S205 CS Richmond Type 111 S205

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CS Richmond Type 111 S205

The Pedersoli 1862 Richmond Type III Rifle was historically produced on the same machinery and equipment that was originally used at the Harpers Ferry Arsenal that was closed on April 18th of 1861. The arsenal equipment was moved to Richmond, Virginia, the capital of the Confederacy during the civil war, where it was used to manufacture thousands of what are called Richmond Rifles to be issued to Confederate armies throughout the south.
Specs
Calibre -
S20558 - 58Cal, Percussion
Twist Rate - 1:72
Barrel Length - 39 3/4"
Overall Length - 56"
Weight - 9.46 lbs, 4.3 kgs

1816 Harpers Ferry - Colt Conversion S273 1816 Harpers Ferry - Colt Conversion S273

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1816Harpers Ferry - Colt Conversion

Between 1848 and 1860 in the Springfield and Harper’s Ferry’s arsenals about 700,000 Model 1816 muskets were converted to percussion lock type.
Our replica reproduces the conversion according to the system Samuel Colt made from 1855 to 1858 on many thousands of the muskets purchased from the US Army stockpile held in New York. The Colt conversion used the original touch hole to screw in the drum (equipped with a transverse plug screw for cleaning) and replaced the hammer with one of unique design. A quantity of about 23,500 of these muskets, with rifled barrels, was shipped to Messina in August 1860 to be distributed to the “1000 followers of Garibaldi” during the famous “1000’s expedition”, but probably only half had been distributed.
Our Model 1816 has satin steel furniture, the lock is marked with HARPER’S FERRY 1816, the American Eagle and U.S. letters.
Specs
Calibre -
S273175 - 17.5mm, 69Cal
Bore - Smooth, Percussion
Barrel Length - 44 3/4"
Overall Length - 57 1/16"
Weight - 9.48 lbs, 4 4 kgs

Zouave US Model 1863 S291 Zouave US Model 1863 S291

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Zouave US Model 1863 S291

Just like the US 1841, the barrel’s strength, the mechanical work and the fine finish add to the beauty of the “Zouave” rifle. It was produced by Remington Arms company at Ilion, New York, by contract with the US Government. It was intended for the US Artillery Department and never distributed to any Civil War army division The good looks and fine features of the gun were discovered by shooters and collectors during the Civil War centennial and it was highly sought after. The 1863 Zouave features brass furnitures, the ramrod with the tulip tip and the three leaf rear sight. There are two sling swivels, one fits under the front band and the other one fit in front of the trigger guard. The lock shows the Eagle stamp and the US letters in front of the hammer.
Specs
Calibre -
S29158 - 58 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:60
Barrel Length - 33"
Overall Length - 49 1/4"
Weight - 9.91 lbs, 4.4 kgs

Enfield 3 Band P1853 S221 Enfield 3 Band P1853 S221

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Enfield 3 Band P1853 S221

It was considered the apex European military gun of that time, introduced by the British War Department after several studies to improve the calibers and the dimensions of the previous models. However, it kept the same general appearance of the earlier pattern 1851. Hundreds of thousands were sold to both sides in the US Civil War. The overwhelming majority of P53 Enfields were made by commercial gun makers in Birmingham and London under contract. The Enfield P1853 features a ladder rear sight with a slider assembled on a base with steps, steel barrel’s bands and other brass furniture. The ramrod tip is shaped with the characteristic jag slot. The gun is equipped with two sling swivels, The barrel is blued and lock case hardened. The stock is made of walnut.
Specs
Calibre -
S221577 - 577 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:48
Barrel Length - 39"
Overall Length - 55"
Weight - 8.58 lbs, 3.9 kgs

Enfield 2 Band P1858 S220 Enfield 2 Band P1858 S220

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Enfield 2 Band P1858 S220

Taking into consideration the need to equip with a long gun also other corps or regiments other than the infantry corps, led to the “Short Rifle” models. At the beginning the P1853 was simply shortened, but within few years the guns’ models got adequate to the different military exigencies and it was then introduced the Naval P1858 model.
The barrel is fixed by two steel bands and is equipped with a straight rear sight with a slider assembled on a base with steps. Except for the steel barrel bands, the garnitures are made of brass.
The ramrod tip is shaped with the characteristic jag slot.
The gun is equipped with two sling swivels, one under the front band and the other one in front of the trigger guard. The stock is made of walnut.
Specs
Calibre -
S220577 - 577 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:48
Barrel Length - 33"
Overall Length - 49"
Weight - 8.37 lbs, 3.8 kgs

Cook & Brother Artillery Carbine S209 Cook & Brother Artillery Carbine S209

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Cook & Brother Artillery Carbine S209

On 1855 Ferdinand W.C. and Francis Cook, both from New York where they emigrated from England when young, founded their mechanic company in New Orleans, Louisiana. At the beginning of 1861, with the secession of Louisiana on January and the Fort Sumter’s attack on April, the Cook brothers started their guns manufacturing underlining how good rifles could be manufactured either in England and in America. The bombing of the town from the Union Navy started on April 18, 1861 obliging the Cook brothers to move their manufacturing activity to Athens, Georgia. The guns production in New Orleans, for the short time that it was possible, was limited to about thousand rifles for the infantry and carbines for the artillery, while other seven thousands, including also some carbines for the cavalry, were manufactured in Athens. All the guns made by Cook & Brother were inspired to the well known English models and of course they are among the most interesting and searched for of the produced guns equipping the Confederate troops during the American Civil War.
Our reproduced gun features all the brass garnitures, two sling swivels, one fit under the front band and one at the stock and the ramrod with brass concave tip and jag slot. The barrel is blue and the lock is case hardened. The stock is made of walnut.
Specs
Calibre -
S20958 - 58 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:48
Barrel Length - 24"
Overall length - 40 1/2"
Weight - 7.05 lbs, 3.2 kgs

Enfield Musketoon P1861 S218 Enfield Musketoon P1861 S218

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Enfield Musketoon P1861 S218

An other “Short Rifle” of the Enfield Manufacturer addressed to the artillery corps and extremely handy due to the short barrel’s length. The barrel is fit to the stock by two steel bands and it is equipped always with the straight rear sight with a slider assembled on a base with steps. Except the steal bands, the garnitures are made of brass. The ramrod tip is shaped with the characteristic jag slot. The gun is equipped with two sling swivels, one fit under the front band and the other one fit at the stock. In front of the trigger guard there is a hook with a ring. The stock is made of walnut.
Specs
Calibre -
S218577 - 577 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:45
Barrel Length - 24"
Overall length - 40 1/2"
Weight - 7.27 lbs, 3.3 kgs

Lorenz Infantry Rifle Type 11 S183 Lorenz Infantry Rifle Type 11 S183

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S183
Conceived by the Austrian Lieutenant Joseph Lorenz, the rifle’s official production started in 1854, replacing the Augustin rifle among the Austrian troops, demonstrating from the very beginning, its supremacy over the former rifle. It was used in Italy during the second Independence War, as well as in the Balkans. It was then largely exported to America, equipping both the Union and the Confederate armies, becoming one of the most used rifles during the years of the American Civil War.
Specs
Calibre - 13.9mm
Action - Percussion
Barrel Length - 37"
Twist Rate - 1:78 3/4"
Overall Length - 53"
Weight - 9 lbs, 4.1 kgs

Cook and Brother Rifle S180 Cook and Brother Rifle S180

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S180
Another creation from the Ferdinand and Francis Cook brothers, featuring a 33” barrel length. The rifle version previously manufactured in New Orleans and later in Athens, GA, like the carbine version has the distinctive features of the C&B models: brass garnitures, brown colour barrel, walnut stock. Our reproduction is faithful to the original details including the marks and the cartouche, while the PMG barrel, broach rifled makes this model an excellent choice for 100 meters target shooting.
Specs
Calibre - .58 Cal
Twist Rate - 1:48
Action - Percussion
Barrel Length - 33"
Total Length - 48 7/16"
Weight - 8.6 lbs, 4.4 kgs