Museum flawless US M1855 Harpers Ferry Rifle, last of the type!

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One of the finest known examples of the 1861 dated Harpers Ferry .58 rifle, finished in Armory Bright and in museum condition.  This is truly one of the finest examples known to have survived and may well be one of the few captured at Harpers Ferry when the armory was taken by Confederate forces.  Bore is mint, as is the overall metal, wood and markings.  If you want the BEST of one of the RAREST Civil War weapons out there, look no further.  Note the patchbox is NOT drilled for a spare percussion nipple, which is a trait of the Confederate captured weapons.  What was left at the armory of this pattern later became the Confederate Fayetteville Rifles which were manufactured in North Carolina.

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Weight 10 lbs