A seldom seen model 1877 Springfield Trapdoor carbine. The gun has all the correct features for this scarce model, including a course checkered hammer, a low arch breechblock, a flat barrel tenon, a front sling swivel and a short wrist stock. The rear sight is stamped with the letter ”C” which denotes that it is a carbine. Within the sliding door of the butt compartment is the original cleaning rods and a shell extractor.
Caliber: .45 – 70 cartridge
Overall Length: 41.20″
Barrel Length: 22″
Condition: Overall a good untouched example – Iron parts have a nice dark age patina – Stock has many nicks and bruises, but has not been sanded or refinished, and retains a great age patina – Markings are clear – Bore has some roughness – Action is tight and crisp
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