The most widley used rifle during the Civil War, the 1861 Springfield was a favorite due to its’ reliability, accuracy, and range. The 40″ barrel and .58 caliber allowed for an effective range of 200-300 yards. While difficult to find during the early Civil War years, it became the first rifle produced at such a large scale and its’ popularity continues today.
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. .58 Caliber, Percussion, Rifled.
- 40″ Rifled Barrel
- Single Trigger
- Hand-Oiled Walnut Stock
- Overall Length: 56″
- White Finished
- Fixed Front Sight
- Military-style (or Leaf style) flip up sights with adjustable elevation
Black Powder Caliber 58 Caliber Overall Length 56 Inches Barrel Length 40 Inches Stock Material Wood Trigger Type Single Action Barrel Finish Polished Steel Sight Type Military Style Ignition Type Percussion Stock Finish Oil-Finished Walnut