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SOLD! NOTE: Not counting barrel and stock, there is over $1000 worth of parts in this gun, per the Lodgewood webpage.  This is an overall nice 1861 Springfield two band rifled musket with a mixture of original and repro parts. First, the original parts. VP Eagle stamped 33" barrel with an excellent mirror bore, E. ROBINSON NEW YORK 1864 dated lock, US marked buttplate (could use better fitting), trigger guard, barrel bands, and ramrod. The repro parts are stock, with some minor bumps, and rear sight. The perfect reenactor gun for those 1864-65 battles! $650 + Shipping.

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Do you know what the barrel size is measured land to land?

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10 minutes ago, Nickel City Dude said:

Do you know what the barrel size is measured land to land?

Measures .575 on all three lands.

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9 hours ago, Muley Gil SASS # 57795 said:

Should make a good skirmishing rifle too!

It is my understanding that the two band rifles are popular in NSSA competitions.

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15 hours ago, Dusty Morningwood said:

It is my understanding that the two band rifles are popular in NSSA competitions.

 

They are very popular. I shoot a 1858 Parker-Hale 2 band rifle in the N-SSA.

 

I also have an 1863 Springfield rifle that appears to have been put together after the War, probably for one of the numerous military  schools that were common back then.

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BTT.

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