Civil War Spencer Model 1860 Rifle: Serial # 2503, 52 Caliber, 30 inch round barrel, blue/color case hardened finish and walnut stock. This is a model 1860 Spencer Rifle made for the union forces during the Civil War. The front sight doubles as a lug for a socket bayonet. The rear sight is a ladder leaf. The barrel has three bands and a leather sling. The top of the frame has the standard three line Spencer address and 1860 patent date marking. The wood is oiled plain with a full length forearm and straight grip stock.
CONDITION: NRA Very good! The barrel has a mottled brown patina with some minor spotting. The remaining surfaces have a mixed gray patina with minor pitting overall. The stock is very good with stress cracking on the wrist, a hairline crack and missing chip near the lock and a couple of large dents on the forearm along with some minor dings, scratches and gouges, This Civil War piece is mechanically fine…$3,206.00.
SOLD ON LAYAWAY! Thank you Simon. (07-17-12) (30 days)