The British Model 1853 Enfield, this british rifle was imported from England by the thousand for the North and South and alongside the Springfield was one of the major workhorses of the civil war, though a .577 cal, it also accepted the same federal regulation .58 cal as the Springfield.
This Enfield comes with the side wing leaf sight (better known as the long range sight), sling and it has also been defarbed.
Shot Gun Licence Required
If required to ship, this item can only be shipped to a Registered Firearms Dealer, or let us know and we can bring it to an event.
Made of solid brass with an authentic design pin on the back
These are stamped Tombstone on the strike.
Warning these contain lead
Winchester 42 Piece Universal Gun Cleaning Kit for Rifles, Pistols and Shotguns Includes
3 Rods for Shotguns
3 Rods for Rifles/Pistols
One Universal Handle
10 Wire brushes to fit 12 ga, 20 ga, 410 ga, .40 cal, .45 cal, .357/.38/9mm, .17 cal, .22 cal, .270/.280, .30 cal
6 Mops to fit 12 ga, 20 ga, 410 ga, .357/.38/9mm, .17 cal, .22 cal
3 Adaptors for Brushes, Mops and Accessories
2 slotted tips for Shotguns and Rifle/Pistols
50 Cleaning Patches
Real Wood Box with Flocked Tray
Made in USA
Reproduction Wyatt Earp Gun Grip Inlays made out of Metal with the wording
“Wyatt Earp Peacemaker from the grateful people of Dodge City Apr1878”
A well engraved reproduction of the original, easy to fit
In 1887 the first canvas woven cartridge belt for the cartridges had sewn canvas bullet loops and a frame brass buckle and had come out of the Watervliet Arsenal NY in 1876. Being the first cartridge belt approved by the US Military board to be issued to the Cavalry and Army and was more commonly known as a Prairie Belt. In 1880 the miles board contracted out to Anson Mills and between 1881 and 1890 a new belt plate was added to a similar style belt for the 45/70 cartridge. Over the years five different variants were made.
The buckle was a brass stamped sheet with a raised US in a recessed oval and the reverse of the plate was marked, Ansom Mills. Pat. Feb1.1881 T.C. Orndorff Sole Manf. Worcester Mass U.S.A
Will fit up to a size 52, the bullet loop part of the belt is 30 inches.
All belts have a campaign look use.
45/70 Shells not included
Made of White Metal
Easy to fit
With more and more re-enactors approaching us for ear protection we have decided to stock three different kinds of ear plugs.
For protection against the harmful effects of impulsive noise 27 decibels
Made of soft silicone rubber for comfort, reusable comes with plastic storage case
Always read the instructions.
Allan Pinkerton established his private detective agency in 1850. The company logo was an open eye and the motto “We Never Sleep.” These agents tracked criminals all over the country, including well known outlaws such as Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, and Jesse James.
Each high quality badge is crafted out of brass and steel. They are double-stamped then silver plated. Next, each Old West replica badge is individually hand finished for a unique antique look. Bar pin style back. These come in around the late 1870/80’s.
Each badge is packaged in an old-fashioned style Kraft box with a story inside.
Size: approx. 2 1/2″ H
In 1861 the Federal Government could not keep up with the supply of the Regulation grey blanket being issued to the Federal troops so the Government contracted the Woolrich mill to produce what would be referred to as the “1861 Emergency Issue” Blanket.
These blankets were cut straight from the roll and not hemmed as they did back in the day.
The mill called Woolrich was founded in 1830 and has ben the longest producing mill in the USA by the same family for eight generations making these blankets.
60 inches wide x 70 inches long approximately
Dry Clean Only
Made in the USA by Woolrich
Made from brushed stainless steel to give the appearance of tin. Made the traditional way will hold approximately 3 1/2 litres of fluid. The bail handle attachments to the coffee pot may differ slightly from the one pictured.
Do not leave empty on a fire or put over a roaring fire as this may melt the soldier
Hand made wrought iron old style miners candlestick
With brass plate Comstock Mining Co, Virginia, Nevada
10 inches long
Candle Not included, unattended candle can cause fires
In March the Secretary of War approved and introduced a new style of trousers which was also approved by the troops in the field. The trousers were to have a strap and buckle on the back finally eliminating the years of adjusting cord, but still retaining the V-Shape slit for comfort. The pockets were to be higher with a side watch pocket and the waist band had also been eliminated.
This Pair of sky blue wool trousers comes double seated, but with no strips
Between 1860 and 1900 regulations stated that all chevrons were to be worn only on dress and fatigue coats only and never on shirt sleeves.
Made out of wool and cotton, shades of yellow may vary
This is a good copy of an Indian Plains Hawk made out of wood and steel although not tempered for throwing, bound in leather with with some fine feathers.
It has been drilled, but not tested.
Copied from Original examples.
The pack contains 8 notes
2 x $2.00, 2 x $1.00, 2 x 25c, 2 x 15c