656. U.S. Model 1866 Allin Conversion Rifle by Springfield Armory

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50-70, 36 5/8" barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered pitting and oxidation but evident rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gray patina with some scattered oxidation staining and a couple spots of light pitting., The walnut stock rates very good as-refinished with an added varnish, a small crack behind the lockplate, a few chips in the cleaning rod channel, a small chip between the front band and nosecap on right side, a few dings and scattered handling marks. The lockplate is dated 1864 and the breechblock is dated 1866. A correct cleaning rod is included with this rifle. A solid example of these early U.S. breechloading rifles. (208613-9) {ANTIQUE} (700/900) SOLD FOR $977.50

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