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Many types of Civil War weapons were used during the American Civil War. The USA M1859 Sharps Carbine was used widely in the Civil War and by U.S. cavalry during the Indian Wars. Civil War weapons make great gifts for the collector or Civil War buff.

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1859 Sharps Rifle
1859 Sharps Rifle

Used widely in the Civil War and by U.S. cavalry troops during the Indian Wars, the .52-caliber, single-shot, breech loader 1859 Sharps infanty rifle was renowned for its long range accuracy. This museum quality, non-firing reproduction of that icon of the Civil War and Old West features a wood stock and a working action. 47" long.

1860 Henry Repeating Rifle
1860 Henry Repeating Rifle

"It's that damned Yankee rifle that they load on Sunday and shoot all week!" This museum quality, non-firing, metal and wood replica of the 1860 Henry Repeating Rifle that was used during the Civil War by Union soldiers War and in later wars against the Plains Indians features a tubular magazine underneath the 24" octagonal barrel; working lever action; and a brass finished frame. 42.5" long.

1859 Sharps Rifle Cavalry Carbine
1859 Sharps Rifle Cavalry Carbine

Used widely in the Civil War and by U.S. cavalry troops during the Indian Wars, the .52-caliber, single-shot, breech loader 1859 Sharps rifle was renowned for its long range accuracy. This museum quality, non-firing reproduction of the carbine version of that icon of the Civil War and Old West features a wood stock and a working action. 39¼" long.

Enfield Three-Band Percussion Rifle
Enfield Three-Band Percussion Rifle

Reliable, quick to load, accurate and a vast improvement over smoothbore flintlock muskets, the British pattern, 1853 Enfield rifled musket was the standard Confederate rifle of the American Civil War. This museum quality, non-firing, wood and metal reproduction of the famous Rebel rifle measures 55" long.

1859 Sharps Rifle (carbine) - Gray Finish
1859 Sharps Rifle (carbine) - Gray Finish

Used widely in the Civil War and by U.S. cavalry troops during the Indian Wars, the .52-caliber, single-shot, breech loader 1859 Sharps rifle was renowned for its long range accuracy. This museum quality, non-firing reproduction of the carbine version of that icon of the Civil War and Old West features a wood stock and a working action. 39¼" long.

 

Griswold & Gunnison Confederate Pistol Replica
Griswold and Gunnison Confederate Pistol Replica

Manufactured by Griswold & Gunnison near Macon, Georgia, in the early 1860s, the Southern percussion six-shot cap and ball revolver (essentially a copy of the Colt 1851 Navy revolver) was issued to Confederate troops during the Civil War. This museum quality, non-firing metal reproduction of that handgun has an antique gray finish and real wood grips and features a loading lever, hammer, trigger, cylinder action that works like the original. 13½" long.

LeMat Confederate Civil War Revolver
LeMat Confederate Civil War Revolver

Produced in France during the Civil War, more than 2,500 LeMat revolvers made it through the Union naval blockade and into the hands of Confederate troops, including generals P.G.T. Beauregard, Braxton Bragg, J.E.B. Stuart and Richard H. Anderson. This museum quality, non-firing, metal reproduction of the LeMat revolver - which featured a 9-shot cylinder and a secondary smoothbore barrel that packed the wallop of a shotgun - includes a working loading lever and trigger, checkered wood grips, and an antique gray finish. 14" long.

M1849 Dragoon Style Revolver
M1849 Dragoon Style Revolver

Featuring an ornately engraved cylinder, this wooden-gripped revolver replicates an M1849 Dragoon-style pistol — originally manufactured by Eli Whitney in the 1840s and used prolifically during the Civil War. It also comes with an antiquated gray finish and authentic working action. 13½" long.

Baby Philadelphia Derringer Model
Baby Philadelphia Derringer Model

Similar to the single-shot derringer that John Wilkes Booth used to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater on April 14, 1865, the Baby Philadelphia Derringer, which was easily concealed in a coat or boot, was also a favorite hideaway pistol of gamblers and card sharks. This museum quality, non-firing, metal and wood reproduction of the diminutive handgun features a working percussion firing mechanism, ornate detailing, and "Derringer" markings. 6½" long.

1851 Navy Revolver
1851 Navy Revolver

Decorate your home or office with this antique non-firing reproduction. This museum quality piece comes complete with loading lever, hammer, trigger, cylinder action and real wood grips that work like the originals. A safe and inexpensive way to enjoy Civil War-era firearms! Gold and silver engraved finish. 13" long.

Colt 1851 Navy Revolver
Colt 1851 Navy Revolver

Designed by Samuel Colt between 1847 and 1850, the Colt 1851 Navy cap-and-ball revolver was used extensively throughout the Civil War by both Union and Confederate soldiers, including Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. This museum-quality, non-firing, metal and wood replica of the famous revolver features elegant scroll engraving on the barrel and frame, tall sailing ships engraved on the rotating cylinder, a working trigger and hammer, and more! With a silver-tone finish and simulated ivory grips, it measures 13" long. Shipping restrictions apply; call for details.

M1860 Army Revolver
M1860 Army Revolver

This museum quality, non-firing, metal and wood reproduction of the legendary M1860 cap and ball revolver, which was used by both Union and Confederate forces in the American Civil War, features a working loading lever, hammer and trigger. With its black barrel and brass frame finish, it measures 13½" long.

M1860 Army Revolver
M1860 Army Revolver

This museum quality, non-firing, metal and wood reproduction of the legendary M1860 cap and ball revolver, which was used by both Union and Confederate forces in the American Civil War, features a working loading lever, hammer and trigger. With its antique steel finish, it measures 13½" long.

Pepperbox Pistol - Antique Gray Finish
Pepperbox Pistol - Antique Gray Finish

Named for its resemblance to a tabletop pepper shaker, the pepperbox pistol was developed in the 1830s and was a popular weapon in America through the Civil War. A striking replica of the vintage firearm, this pistol — stamped with the word "London" and the year "1840" — features an antique gray finish, wooden grips, and a revolving cylinder. 8½" long.

Pepperbox Pistol - Brass/Blued Finish
Pepperbox Pistol - Brass/Blued Finish

Named for its resemblance to a tabletop pepper shaker, the pepperbox pistol was developed in the 1830s and was a popular weapon in America through the Civil War. A striking replica of the vintage firearm, this pistol — stamped with the word "London" and the year "1840" — features a brass/blued finish, wooden grips, and a revolving cylinder. 8½" long.


Civil War Replica Griswold + Gunnison Confederate

A perfect display piece for any Civil War buff, this museum-quality, non-firing replica of the Griswold & Gunnison pistol — a weapon used by Confederate soldiers throughout the conflict — is the same size and weight of its prototype, and features a real-working hammer and trigger, stunning brass accents, and stylish wooden grips. Measures approximately 13" long.

Civil War Springfield Musket Sling
Civil War Springfield Musket Sling

An expertly crafted replica of a sling used with the Springfield musket during the Civil War, this brown leather reproduction features brass hardware, copper rivets, sewn keepers, and "Watervliet Arsenal" markings. 70" long.