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Authentic Confederate Manufactured or Used Swords and Firearms of the Civil War
Confederate Imported Parker, Field & Sons Enfield Rifle with JS Anchor Mark
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If you have wanted an original Civil War Confederate used Enfield rifle without spending $10,000, then this one is for you. This is the classic three band Enfield pattern military rifle that was imported from England for use by the Confederate soldiers. What makes this one special is the markings that let us know it's purely Confederate in usage. In front of the buttplate, it has the desirable Confederate markings of "JS" with the anchor. This one is clearly stamped with the wear. It has the original lockplate with a dark ancient color that is consistent throughout the gun. You can tell that this one sat untouched for decades. The mechanics of the lock plate catch on both positions. One thing that I love about this gun is that when you look at the stock under the hammer it has been fired so many time that the wood has burned out down tot he internal parts of the lock. Can you imagine how many times it must have been fired. How many times was it fired in battle? The lockplate is stamped by the maker "PARKER, FIELD & SONS" and "LONDON". This firm was one of the suppliers or long guns to the Confederacy. The barrel is still full-length at 39 inches. At the breach of the gun we see the traces of the correct London style proof mark stampings. On the underside of the barrel we have the"25" which lets us know it's .577 caliber in bore diameter. Also under the barrel we have an addition "FIELD" stamping. The barrel has the original front and rear sight intact. The rear sight still has the long-range leaf intact. The tang of the barrel is broken but both pieces are present and can only be seen when you take the tang screw out. Inside the barrel, it has some of the rifling still visible with a dark tone. The stock of the gun has a rich medium color all over. The gun has a full-length original ramrod in the channel under the barrel with both of the sling swivels still present. This is a very good-looking Enfield rifle from the famous Parker Field Company and you know this one was in southern hands during the war.

Item #: B7617
Shipping Weight: 30 lbs
Your Price:$3,950.00 USD
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