Muzzleloaders

Home Pistols & Muskets Muzzleloaders Parts & Accessories Parts Wanted Contact Us Terms & Conditions Archive

 
Here is our current inventory of muzzleloaders.  Please contact us at info@vintageblackpowderguns.com for more information about any of these items or use the form on our Contact Us page.  Please be sure to include the reference number and description of the item you are interested in with your inquiry.  Payments made with Cashier Check, Money Order or Wire Transfer (for example through your local Wal-Mart) will ship the business day following receipt.  Payments made with personal check require a 10 day hold to allow time for funds to clear.  Please see our Terms & Conditions page for more information including how to use PayPal for purchase.

Carbine de Vincennes 

Reference Number: 40RPFC1853/000003170302
This is a military style .72 cal rifle made in France.  It is of 1853 vintage and is excellent condition.
$900.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Springfield Rifle 

Reference Number: 36RCC1884/000008120800
This rifle is one of the Springfield Trapdoor models dating back to 1884 and is .45/50 caliber.  In its excellent condition, it is a must have for the serious collector!
$2,000.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


CVA Mountain Stalker Black Powder Rifle 

Reference Number: 35RPM0000/000002210100
This is a modern reproduction of a Mountain Stalker black powder percussion rifle that was made in Spain.  It is .54 cal and has a black synthetic stock.
$175.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Thompson Center Arms Hawken Rifle 

Reference Number: 37RPM0000/000002210300
This is a modern reproduction of a .45 cal black powder percussion rifle made by Thompson Center Arms.  It is in great condition.
$425.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Remington Single Barrel Shotgun

Reference Number: 24RSC1873/000002290400
This is a 12 gauge, thumb-cocking breach loading shotgun dating back to 1873.  It is in great condition.
$625.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Snider-Enfield Breach Loading Rifle

Reference Number: 26RPC1860/000002250225
The British  .577 caliber Snider-Enfield was a type of breach loading rifle.  The firearm action was invented by an American, Jacob Snider.  The Snider-Enfield rifle was one of the most widely used of the Snider varieties.  It was adopted by the British Army as a conversion system for its widespread 1853 Enfield muzzleloading rifle.  It was converted in 1866 and was used in the British Army until it was superseded by the Martini-Henry rifle in 1871.  The Snider-Enfield was used by the British Indian Army almost to the end of the 19th century.
$800.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Snider-Enfield Breach Loading Rifle

Reference Number: 28RPC1862/000002250225
The British  .577 caliber Snider-Enfield was a type of breach loading rifle.  The firearm action was invented by an American, Jacob Snider.  The Snider-Enfield rifle was one of the most widely used of the Snider varieties.  It was adopted by the British Army as a conversion system for its widespread 1853 Enfield muzzleloading rifle.  It was converted in 1862 and was used in the British Army until it was superseded by the Martini-Henry rifle in 1871.  The Snider-Enfield was used by the British Indian Army almost to the end of the 19th century.
$800.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Snider-Enfield Breach Loading Rifle

Reference Number: 29RPC1875/000002250225
The British  .577 caliber Snider-Enfield was a type of breach loading rifle.  The firearm action was invented by an American, Jacob Snider.  The Snider-Enfield rifle was one of the most widely used of the Snider varieties.  It was adopted by the British Army as a conversion system for its widespread 1853 Enfield muzzleloading rifle.  It was introduced in 1866 and was used in the British Army until it was superseded by the Martini-Henry rifle in 1871.  This particular rifle dates back to 1875.  The Snider-Enfield was used by the British Indian Army almost to the end of the 19th century.
$800.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Martini-Henry-Enfield Lever Action Rifle

Reference Number: 30RPC1881/000002250225
The Martini-Henry was a breech-loading single-shot lever-actuated rifle adopted by the British, combining an action worked on by Friedrich von Martini with the rifled barrel designed by Scotsman Alexander Henry. It first entered service in 1871 replacing the Snider-Enfield, and variants were used throughout the British Empire for 30 years. Though the Snider was the first breechloader firing a metallic cartridge in the British service, the Martini was designed from the outset as a breechloader and was both faster firing and had a longer range.  This particular rifle is .577 caliber and dates back to 1881.
$500.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Martini-Henry-Enfield Lever Action Rifle

Reference Number: 31RPC1881/000002250225
The Martini-Henry was a breech-loading single-shot lever-actuated rifle adopted by the British, combining an action worked on by Friedrich von Martini with the rifled barrel designed by Scotsman Alexander Henry. It first entered service in 1871 replacing the Snider-Enfield, and variants were used throughout the British Empire for 30 years. Though the Snider was the first breechloader firing a metallic cartridge in the British service, the Martini was designed from the outset as a breechloader and was both faster firing and had a longer range.  This particular rifle is .577 caliber and dates back to 1881.
$500.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Martini-Henry-Enfield Lever Action Rifle

Reference Number: 32RPC1881/000002250225
The Martini-Henry was a breech-loading single-shot lever-actuated rifle adopted by the British, combining an action worked on by Friedrich von Martini with the rifled barrel designed by Scotsman Alexander Henry. It first entered service in 1871 replacing the Snider-Enfield, and variants were used throughout the British Empire for 30 years. Though the Snider was the first breechloader firing a metallic cartridge in the British service, the Martini was designed from the outset as a breechloader and was both faster firing and had a longer range.  This particular rifle is .577 caliber and dates back to 1881.
$500.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Manufacture D'Armes Bolt Action Rifle

Reference Number: 33RPC1874/000002250225
This is a .48 caliber single shot bolt action rifle dating back to 1874.
$325.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


J Manton Double Barrel Shotgun

Reference Number: 22SCC1870/000001060192
This is an EXTREMELY RARE English-made J Manton 12 gauge double barrel shotgun.  It has all authentic markings and dates to circa 1870.
$1,200.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Belgian Breach Load Shotgun 

Reference Number: 12RSC1890/000011280300
This 12 gauge double barrel shotgun dates back to 1890.  It uses 12 gauge black powder shells.
WAS $500.00

REDUCED TO $425.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


Marlin Rimfire Lever Action Rifle

Reference Number: 16RPC1892/000012100750
This is a .32-20 caliber rimfire black powder cartridge dating back to 1892.
$1,500.00
For more information: Email Us or use our Contact Us form.

Click the thumbnails to each picture in a larger size.

.

Back to Top


 

 

 

Home | Pistols & Muskets | Muzzleloaders | Parts & Accessories | Parts Wanted | Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | Archive

This site was last updated 05/27/2013
 Copyright VintageBlackPowderGuns.com 2011
web hosting by iPage