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Very Pretty Civil War Military Model 1863 Pattern Sharps Cavalry Carbine
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This is a good looking weapon! It is an original and classic Civil War Sharps cavalry carbine. The metal has been reblued in modern times and now has a very pleasing eye appeal all over. This is the model 1863 and is so marked on the top of the barrel "NEW MODEL 1863". It also has the Sharps Rifle Company maker mark and Hartford, Connecticut production location. The lockplate has the clear Sharps patent mark and dates. As you can see all of the Sharps markings and patent dates are still present throughout the gun. The action catches on both of the two positions. It has the serial number of "C,9336" on the tang of the frame and it matches the number underneath the barrel. This number is the sharps way of marking it being the 109,336 produced Sharps. This number is well within the Civil War production ranges. The barrel is full-length and has the original front sight intact. The bore of the gun has nice lands and grooves still visible. At the breech of the barrel, it has the correct Sharps "E.A.W." style inspector initials. The stock is a furniture grade walnut and you can see the outline of the inspector cartouches underneath the saddle ring bar. These stamps as well as the small sub inspector letters and initials on other parts of the gun let us know that the gun is a military model rather than being a civilian purchased one. The stock has the untouched dark tone with service nicks and dings you expect from a gun that was actually used. This is a great looking desirable Civil War military model Sharps cavalry carbine that is well marked.

Item #: C575
Price: $2,495.00 USD (Sale Pending)
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