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REBEL! Imported Enfield Rifle with JS Anchor Numbered Rod & Buttplate
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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. On the top of the brass butt plate it has the engraved "2934" numbers. According to the Enfield experts this would be one of the guns in the first shipments that made it into Confederate hands. The original 1861 dated Enfield lock plate from the Tower Arsenal is intact. The mechanics of the lock plate catch on both positions but the spring is still strong. The barrel is full-length at 39 inches in length. At the breach of the gun we see the stampings "*26*25*" which lets us know that on the final inspection it had a .577 caliber in bore diameter. The barrel has the original front is intact and rear sight has the been gone for eons. The stock of the gun has a rich medium color all over. Behind the trigger guard it has the desirable Confederate markings of "JS" with the anchor. This is another Mark that lets us know it's purely Confederate in usage. This marking is as clear as you could ever hope for. It also has the other pair of markings from the Sinclair Hamilton Confederate importation. Beside those markings, you can see the "JOHN MARSON" stock maker marking. Another thing that makes this one stand out is that it has the original ramrod in the channel under the barrel. We know it is the original because it has the matching engraved serial number of "2934". This is a very good-looking, well worn Enfield rifle and you know for 100% sure that this one was in southern hands during the war.

Item #: C108
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