Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine


Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine with early serial number.  This Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine has nice working mechanics.  The Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine has a wonderful bore and would still send a bullet down range.  I was told these early Spencer Carbines were not military cartouched.  I do not have the Springfield Research numbers but would cool to know what unit might have been issued this Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine.  I love the patina on this Civil War Relics Carbine.  No doubt this carbine was fired in anger and rode into the smoke.

The Spencer Carbine is a seven shot repeater.  The cartridges are loaded from the butt through the center of the stock.  A captured Rebel Soldier is quoted saying after the battle of Gettysburg “Spencer Carbine load in the morning and fire all day.”  The Spencer Carbine even got the personal thumbs up from Ole Honest Abe Lincoln.  Custer’s 5th Michigan Cavalry was armed with these carbines at The Battle of Gettysburg.  The Spencer Carbine was widely used during the Native American Indian Wars.  The cartridge used is known to collectors as the #56 or 56-56 being 52 caliber.  The Spencer Carbine has iron hardware and walnut stock.  The action is worked by the combination trigger guard and loading lever.

This is an excellent example with honest wear from service.  Every Civil War Relics Collection needs a Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine.  The maker mark is visible as is the serial number.  This Civil War Relics Spencer Carbine also has the correct and original loading tube.  Yell at Ole Rebel for service.

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