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Civil War Era Rifles - Fine Examples of Civil War Era Rifles. The owner, from Memphis, had a lifelong love of antique firearms and was the brother-in-law of our NASA Apollo engineer. Please be sure to attend preview to inspect these historical firearms. - Auction Starts to Close: Tuesday, September 8, 7PM
Preview: Tuesday, September 8, 1-5PM
Removal: Wednesday, September 9, 2-5PM

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4 4t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Model 1854 Austrian Lorenz 54 caliber. Purchased from Cliff Sophia, owner of in Upperville, Virginia in 2013. Rifle is in almost mint condition and has no markings except for production assembly letters on left side of barrel. Possibly an early export model. 250,000 imported by North and 100,000 imported by South during the Civil War. Percussion style breech loader. Called a rifled musket. Stocks were made of beech or occasionally walnut. Fixed rear site indicate Type 1 made between 1854 and 1857. Soldier could get off 2 rounds per minute.

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