Civil War 1853 Pattern Rifled Enfield Tower rifle or Pí53/2, .577 caliber. Lockplate marked with a Crown to the rear of the hammer and 1857 over TOWER forward of the hammer. Proof, commercial provisional proof and view marks top of barrel near hammer. Two iron barrel bands and iron ramrod. Brass trigger guard, nose cap, and buttplate. English walnut fullstock, with incised numbers on the butt. Barrel – 31 5/8" L. 47 1/2" total L. Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection. CONDITION: Very light pitting to barrel. General use wear to stock, a couple of minor areas of patches (near hammer and edge of stock butt). Brass nose cap, trigger gaurd, and grease hole appear to have been aggressively cleaned. Action is good. Bore is dark.
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