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    SOLD: 1864 Burnside Model 5 Carbine (Sold Pending Funds)

    1864 Burnside Model 5 Carbine serial # 11486 with carving "C :I0 E" on the left side of the stock.
    It's in very good condition with the normally expected usage marks on it after 156 years.

    The bore is in good condition and I have shot it a number of times and it really shoots good.
    I'll include 25 cartridge cases so you can get it ready for the range if you want to shoot it.

    I will consider a Uberti 1860 Colt Army as partial trade.

    SOLD


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    Last edited by 762x51; 6 Days Ago at 11:17 PM.
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    G-Grandfather 2nd Lt Charles A. Miller, Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    G-G Grandfather Sgt David A. Ray, Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861, Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    G-Grandfather Pvt R A Harding, Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864, Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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    Burnside placed on hold
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    G-Grandfather 2nd Lt Charles A. Miller, Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    G-G Grandfather Sgt David A. Ray, Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861, Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    G-Grandfather Pvt R A Harding, Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864, Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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    Burnside is sold
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    G-Grandfather 2nd Lt Charles A. Miller, Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    G-G Grandfather Sgt David A. Ray, Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861, Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    G-Grandfather Pvt R A Harding, Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864, Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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