.30-40 U.S.

Full length Springfield Model 1898 Krag rifle, in .30-40 Krag. Actually made in 1898. (Serial # 14640X.) Nice original metal finish. Nice wood – appears to be original finish. Top handguard is missing, but replica handguards are widely available. (See: this link.) Includes a new, well-made replica leather sling. Bright, shiny bore! A historical records check shows that it was issued to Company I of the 10th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. That regiment was called up and saw service in Cuba, during the Spanish-American War. However, given its 1898 date of manufacture, this rifle was probably issued to the 10th after their return from Cuba. (NFAB-110) Price: $1,250

$1,250.00

Original Springfield Armory Model 1896 Krag Cavalry Carbine, in .30-40 Krag. This is an original and correct Model 1896 Saddle Ring cavalry carbine! Nice bore! Passed a muzzle bullet test. Nice even and matching surfaces. 98%+ bluing. Wood finish is VG++ with sharp P cartouche and a faint 1897 cartouche. Correct cavalry saddle ring bar and saddle ring. Correct one-piece front sight. Some speckling-patina on buttplate, otherwise metal finish is VG++ to excellent, overall. Has a 7239X serial number. (Circa 1897). Includes an original 3-piece cleaning rod and oiler in the butt trap. (ELUB-106). Firm Price: $3,200

$3,200.00

Springfield Armory Model 1896 Krag re-work carbine, in .30-40 Krag. This is probably an arsenal re-work or possibly a Bannerman re-work with a post-1900 style military 2-piece front sight. Good Bore, with solid rifling, but not shiny. Passed a muzzle bullet test. Nice even and matching surfaces. 90%+ bluing. Wood finish is VG++ with sharp cartouche. No saddle ring. Front band is pinned, as is typical of arsenal re-works. Some speckling-patina on buttplate, otherwise metal finish is VG+ to nearly excellent, overall. Has a 5073X serial number. (Circa 1897). Includes a period leather sling in fair to good condition. (EBLY-105). Price: $1,575

$1,575.00 $1,425.00

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