SPRINGFIELD ARMORY CARBINES/RIFLES, SINGLE SHOT MODEL 1875 SPRINGFIELD LEE VERTICAL ACTION
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MODEL 1875 SPRINGFIELD LEE VERTICAL ACTION


32 1/2 in. barrel, 143 rifles in .45-70 US Govt cal. were manufactured at Springfield Armory in 1875, as per 1874 Congressional appropriation of $10,000. Rifles were issued to companies of the 1st and 20th Infantry Regiments for field trials. Rifles were withdrawn, declared surplus and purchased by Bannerman's who later sold them in his catalog for $36. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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MODEL 1875 OFFICER'S RIFLE FIRST TYPE

.45-70 Govt. cal., 477 mfg. between 1875 and 1886, 26 in. barrel, single barrel band. Not serial numbered, some dated, three different types, with First Type being the most desirable (approx. 125 mfg. 1875-1877), Second Type had approx. 250 mfg. 1877-1881, and Third Type has approx. 100 mfg. during 1885 only, not issued by U.S. government, but sold to Army officers for sporting use.

1874 SHARPS INFANTRY/BERDAN MODEL

.45-70 Govt. cal., 30 in. barrel, musket configuration with 3 barrel bands and patchbox. Disc. 2006.

MODEL 1877 RIFLE

.45-70 Govt. cal., mfg. 3,943.

MODEL 1879 RIFLE

.45-70 Govt. cal., approx. 140,000 mfg.

MODEL 1873 CADET RIFLE

.45-70 Govt. cal., 29 1/2 in. barrel, stacking swivel, no sling swivels.

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