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|
|Trigger Type||Single Action|
|Barrel Finish||Polished Steel|
|Sight Type||Military Style|
|Stock Finish||Oil-Finished Walnut|