Traditions 1842 Springfield Musket Muzzleloading Rifle 69 Caliber Percussion Smoothbore 42" Barrel Hardwood Stock

  • Product #: 731744
  • Traditions #: R184200
  • UPC #: 040589025520
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Product Overview

Used during the 19th century, the 1842 was the last US smoothbore rifle. It was the first US musket to be produced with a percussion lock and was superior to the flintlock since it was more reliable and resistant to weather. This rifle was used during the American Civil War. 

This rifle is an authentic reproduction made with high quality, premium metal and wood finishes as well as hand-oiled wood stocks.Approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). Perfect for shooters, hunters, enthusiasts, collectors, and those performing re-enactments.

Features

  • 42" Smoothbore Barrel
  • Percussion
  • Single Trigger
  • Hand-Oiled Walnut Stock
  • Overall Length: 58"
  • White Finished Barrel

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  • Cannot ship via air
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  • Cannot ship to PO Box
  • Must ship to Contiguous US
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