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Rare Model 1833 Hall-North Breech Loading Percussion Carbine
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Here is a tough to find carbine! This is the model that is known as the 1833 Hall-North U.S. Breech Loading Percussion Carbine. According to Flayderman's Guide there were only 7,163 of these guns made and they were only made between 1834 and 1839. These were made by the Simeon North firm of Middletown, Connecticut. There were 6,135 made in this caliber with the balance being .58 caliber. These guns are very distinctive because of their design. On the underside of the .52 caliber barrel, it has the ramrod-bayonet. The bayonet is held in place by a spring and this one has the original spring intact. This one has the original full-length 25-1/4th inch ramrod. Most of the time this one is missing but this one is original and full-length. At the breech of the 26-3/16th inch barrel it has the distinctive Hall design to the breech block. It has the lever underneath which allows the block to raise up. You can still see traces of the Simeon North marking on the top of the block itself. You can also see part of the 1839 production date. The mechanics of the gun still work on all positions. On the underside of the gun it has the original sling ring intact. According to Flayderman, the 2nd U.S. Dragoons were equipped with these guns during their service in Florida. On the underside of the stock it has the implement compartment on the bottom near the buttplate. This gun has an ancient look all over and displays quite well.

Item #: B5664
Shipping Weight: 25 lbs
Your Price:$2,950.00 USD
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