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For Sale: 549.00 679.00 (MTS-029)
Copied from the 1766 model French musket, the 1795 Springfield infantry musket was the very first official model musket of the United States. Initially with the bayonet lug on the bottom of the barrel, this was rotated to the top of the barrel in 1797 and the look remained more or less the same to the end of the War of 1812. The musket gets its name from the first government armoury of the United States in Springfield, Mass. Today the armoury is a National Park.
This musket aided US troops defend the ramparts of Baltimore were the Star Spangled Banner was written, along with the earthworks around New Orleans under the watchful eye of Andrew Jackson. However its greatest test was with Winfield Scott at Lundy's Lane in 1814. Thousands of US troops stood face-to-face against British regiments exchanging volley after volley of musket fire well into the night.
Since then the musket has been made famous by its use on the U.S. Infantry insignia since 1924, commemorating its importance as the first US infantry musket. For this reason, our reproduction has become a popular retirement or change-of-command gift for the United States Infantry. Some units and bases have used our Springfield muskets to create an impressive life-size version of the US infantry insignia. Wow.
As noted below, we are honored to have provided our replica for permanent display at the Pentagon.
We are honored to have our reproduction 1795 Springfield Musket on display at the Pentagon in Washington, DC.
4th Regiment of US Infantry, 1812 by Don Troiani (Parks Canada)
US Infantry Branch Plaque (badge) showing crossed 1795 Springfield Muskets
US Combat Infantryman Badge with
This reproduction of a 1795 Model US Infantry Musket has a .69 calibre, 44 3/4 inch long, round barrel that is made of tempered seamless carbon steel (type:BS970 no.080M40) with a threaded breech plug. The lock is made with strong durable springs and has a case-hardened frizzen cover (hammer) that throws good sparks. Both the lock and barrel are engraved or stamped with the appropriate Springfield arsenal markings. This muzzleloader's total length is 60 inches and weighs 10 pounds. We use a industrial case-hardening factory process that makes sparking both more reliable and longer lasting. Presently no other musket provider uses this technique.
As with all our other flintlock black powder muzzleloaders, the vent is not drilled (read details below) so we can ship easily to your door throughout North America and to Europe and the UK. Aside from that they are exactly like the originals. A fine addition to any collection.
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1795 Springfield Musket: 549.00 679.00 (MTS-029)
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* Bayonet now available for 68.00 75.00 (BAY005)
For shipping costs and other details see at bottom of our Muskets section
If upon receiving your musket you are not completely happy with your purchase, you may return it for a refund. All we ask is you cover the shipping costs. It has to be returned in two weeks of receipt and be in its original state (unaltered and unmodified).
We sell historically accurate muskets and pistols in a non-firing state. This allows us to comply with various local, state, national and international firearms regulations, along with shipping company policy restrictions. A certified gunsmith may decide to alter a musket or pistol to a firing state by drilling the vent hole and test firing it. We are not legally responsible for any alteration from its present non-firing state. Please read our Conditions of Use and Legal Disclaimer. The customer is expected to be aware of the laws of their locality that govern products of this nature.
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