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Beautiful Civil War Maynard Patent Cavalry Carbine With Factory Colors
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This is a beautiful original Civil War cavalry 2nd model carbine of the Maynard patent. This is the classic Civil War version of the Maynard cavalry carbine. Just behind the triggerguard is the serial number of 12,659. The action works crisply on all positions. The side of the frame has the correct Maynard patent mark and dates to go along with the maker's mark of the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. The frame still retains an attractive amount of the original case colors. The barrel is full-length with approximately 60% + of the original bluing still remaining under the patina. In the bore of the barrel it still has very clear lands and grooves present. The rear sight is present with both of the original two leafs remaining. At the breach of the barrel it has the inspector initials of "A.J.N." that are the initials of the inspector, August J. Noble. The stock is a furniture grade piece of dark color walnut. The wood has both of the inspector cartouches on the backside and the other parts have the sub-inspector initials. These initials are where the gun was approved for military service by the government inspectors. One is the matching "G.W.S." for George W. Sherman and the other one is the "J.M." for James Mills. This is a fine looking Civil War Maynard patent cavalry carbine that is better than most of the others out there.


Item #: B789
Shipping Weight: 25 lbs
Your Price:$2,600.00 USD
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