This piece can be owned without licence under section 58/2. Dated 1870. Rare WWII Regimentally Marked German K98 Leather Frog, Brand New Baikal .410 Silenced Shotgun Model MP-18EM-M. Ruger 10-22 DSP SP classic .22LR semi automatic sporting rifle. Martini-Henry Cavalry Carbines are not as plentiful on the collector market as are the rifles, so a piece such as this one is easily worth $2,500. Its total length (without bayonet) is 54.25 inches (137.8 cm) in length, longer than most rifles of the time. Info. It’s a thick sticky brown deposit that lays especially heavily in the protected areas of the weapon. Snider-Enfield Forum > snider,yeomanry short rifle. The American Jacob Snider invented the firearm action, and the Snider–Enfield was one of the most widely used of the Snider varieties. The Enfield Snider was not only used worldwide but had a very long service life. Die vorliegende Waffe wurde 1879 bei Enfield gefertigt. The Mk III Snider-Enfield was made from scratch and is not a conversion;  these sturdy, early breech loaders have stood the test of time well. Some corrosion to the trigger guard cross pin has caused some disruption to the stock but the pin is fast and as a result, so is the trigger guard. Info. A warning. This is an excellent replica of the original, it attaches to the two screws each side of the stock below the rear sight (I also make the screws - please see separate listing) unit markings of S.A.C.C. The barrel is 21" long and the whole thing is only 36 1/2" long. IN THIS ARTICLE. The only Cavalry in the Royal Nepalese Gurkha Army was "The Royal Bodyguard" which would certainly account for the fact that so few Cavalry Carbines were discovered in the old Palace. A .577 calibre Portuguese Contract Snider Cavalry Carbine. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! $1495. This is producing a wider seam along the length of the underside of the plate. Nipple protector and chain A/F. Browse .577 Rifles for sale from our community of shooting enthusiasts on the UK’s #1 gun marketplace. The Snider-Enfield was also produced as a Carbine, being a shorter version of the full-length infantry rifle. It may serve as a repair or to ad strength to the stock. The .577 caliber Enfield was only 10 years old, and large stocks existed. This piece shows the 19" barrel with smooth mottled finish (mix mostly blue with spots turning plum). Barrel is … Then a crowned E (Enfield) inspectors mark. A popular weapon, it was used by … 100 to 120 years later the armoury is sold off to the trade and an old man buys the gun in an auction. The Long Rifle has a 36.5 inches (93 cm) barrel and three barrel bands. Flip adjustable rear iron sight, front fin sight. Close-up of the action. The result being the .577 Snider-Enfield. The lock shows the 1871 date, Enfield … It was later adopted by British Army. The twin round-head screws are in position where the leather sight protector would be (A/F)  The three-grove bore is very good with minor corrosion but uninterrupted rifling. British Snider 1860 .577 by Enfield 2 band sargeants: British Snider - 1860 2 band - obsolete calibre: Heres a rare British 2 band (slightly shorter, often referred to as the Sargeants Carbine) with great woodwork and some pitting to the metalwork as can be seen, a really nice British example with no Nepalise markings. //-->, on 1870 Mk III Snider-Enfield Cavalry Carbine, 1870 Mk III Snider-Enfield Cavalry Carbine. To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk. Commonly known as a “Sleeper” in the Antiques Trade. reverse view of the lock. Enfield Snider - Martini Henry Cavalry Carbine Sight Cover. 577 caliber Enfield. Cocks and dry fires and has its cleaning rod. Made in England, this is an unusual second model Snider System carbines in .577 cal. These photos show one of the production replica guns alongside of the original in our collection it was copied from so you can see the attention to detail that went into this replica. SNIDER-ENFIELD MODEL 1870 CAVALRY CARBINE MK III Enfield Model 1870 Snider Cavalry Carbine MK III chambered for . Es wurde von der Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield hergestellt. No splits or shakes to the timber. This is an excellent replica of the original, it attaches to the two screws each side of the stock below the rear sight (I also make the screws - please see separate listing) Brass trigger guard – minor misshapen at the bottom with iron additional lanyard ring. Have in my collection a Snider cavalry carbine markings on lock plate are V&R Blakemore Birmingham & London,1872 under a crown and also marked TOWER Could anyone possibly give me any info on it. Percussion cap trigger meets trap action chamber. Have in my collection a Snider cavalry carbine markings on lock plate are V&R Blakemore Birmingham & London,1872 under a crown and also marked TOWER Could anyone possibly give me any info on it. The lock with cup faced hammer is marked 1864 Enfield with crown broad arrow ordnance ownership mark and crowned V.R. The carbine itself is of 100% standard production features as produced in 1870 at Enfield. Predstavljala je prvu britansku vojničku pušku ostragušu, i prvu pušku koja je koristila integralni metalni metak kalibra .577 in (14,5 mm). Snider-Enfield MKIII Cavalry Carbine. / Enfield  and WD” roundel. The conversion they used was an American design, by Jacob Snider. Prices: British Pounds, Arundel Militaria. Sold for £ 525 (US$ 680) inc. premium Antique Arms, Armour & Modern Sporting Guns. No cracks, chips, or missing parts. The Mark I o… .577. SNIDER-ENFIELD MODEL 1870 CAVALRY CARBINE MK III Enfield Model 1870 Snider Cavalry Carbine MK III chambered for .577 caliber rounds. Many other designs were proposed (everyone was busy trying to invent a solution) but the Snider design removed the least amount of wood, which could seriously weaken the rifle. Close-up of the buttstock. There are also "Trade Pattern" Snider-Enfields, being Snider-Enfields made for private purchase by various English gun-makers. Some people like their antiques nice and clean and maintained to the latest professional standards. The list is quite significant: Ethiopia, Cape Colony, India, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Search, buy and sell Rifles on GunStar today! Post n°1; Canadian Cadet Enfield/Snider Cavalry Carbine. The Snider-Enfield was produced in several variants. Original Item: Only One Available. “This is not a Nepalese Copy” and has the appropriate Enfield inspector marks on the side of the barrel. Gentlemen, I present to you, this carbine for sale. It is a small, light carbine for the US Civil War period. See more ideas about enfield, rifle, canadian soldiers. Thanks in advance. & R.C.C. Some people like their antiques nice and clean and maintained to the latest professional standards. British Snider - 1860 2 band - obsolete calibre: Heres a rare British 2 band (slightly shorter, often referred to as the Sargeants Carbine) with great woodwork and some pitting to the metalwork as can be seen, a really nice British example with no Nepalise markings. This particular example was made during the late 1860s early 1870s in Belgium and is reputed to have been used in South African during the Boer Wars. Total length is: 95cm. The Mk3 variant benefits from a steel barrel, and breech locking catch, replacing the former Mk1 'suicide breech'. 19" grooved .577 caliber barrel that looks great. Single Shot .577 Rifles for sale in Cheshire, North West, United Kingdom Like the Rolling Block, the Snider breech pretty much never fails in an overpressure event. He doesn’t shoot it, he just puts it on his wall and shoots his other guns. Carbine rifles were issued to Cavalry and Artillery units. The British .577 Snider–Enfield was a breech-loading rifle. This is a very scarce Portuguese military carbine issued in 1875. The swinging breech block slides perfectly on the side pin, without any rattling or deviation from its axis. Commonly known as a “Sleeper” in the Antiques Trade. Stocked in an attractive dark single piece cavalry carbine stock with a single barrel band – Enfield inspected and “WD” accepted. Buy new and used guns or search for gun dealers and shops. The most commonly encountered variants were the Rifled Musket or Long Rifle, the Short Rifle, and the Cavalry and Artillery Carbines. Antique British .577 Snider-Enfield rifles and accessories for Sale. This firearm saw the landscape everywhere the British had a presence in the 19th century. qsamike Member Posts: 539 Join date: 2009-11-28 Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Gun: Snider-Enfield Mark III Cavalry Carbine Caliber:.577 Snider Serial Number: 1151 Condition: NRA Excellent (Antique Gun Condition Standards) Value: $1,150 to $1,300. To accommodate the cavalry on horseback, a much more compact carbine version was produced. var contact = "Email me" These were initially Lee Metford pattern, but changed to Lee Enfield pattern rifling when the long rifles made the same shift. It was issued to line infantry and has three groove rifling with 1 turn in 72 inches (180 cm). Lock marked "Crown over 1870 ENFIELD" and "Crown over V.R" War Department markings. Canadian issue MK III Cavalry Carbine SN 4159 on bottom of the breech block. Snider Enfield Mark II* Carbine, dated 1862, .577 Cal Description: Nice and clean British Snider Enfield Cadet Mark II* Carbine, lock plate dated 1862. The most commonly encountered variants were the Rifled Musket or Long Rifle, the Short Rifle, and the Cavalry and Artillery Carbines. The condition of the bore will give you the best results you can expect from a rifle of this age and design. It was issued to line infantry and has three-groove rifling with one turn in 78 inches (200 cm). Finished barrel and receiver set into carbine stock. Ejection is smooth and not hindered by too much grease. Percussion cap trigger meets trap action chamber. With round sighted barrel, lock plate marked BSA & Co 1875 and engraved with Portuguese Crown over GP, standard pattern furniture, walnut half-stock, retains original cleaning tools in the butt. Externally it looks just as a 148 year old service carbine would. Just in front of the hammer, the plate is marked clearly with a small “ordinance crown / 1870 / ENFIELD”. Through this opening, it is just possible to see some corrosion that has crept in and has started its evil work on the plate itself. For Sale from RodsGuns | Positive feedback: 100% View | Verified Seller | 968 Completed Sales View Sellers Items Description: - PRICE REDUCED - This is a Snider Conversion made by Enfield in 1870, and so marked. Die Martini-Henry Gewehre waren die ersten Waffen die von Großbritannien hergestellt und für eine Metallpatrone eingerichtet waren. The Snider was a type of breech loading rifle. Jahrhunderts im Kaliber .577 Snider. var emailHost = "hotmail.co.uk" The most commonly encountered variants were the Rifled Musket or Long Rifle, the Short Rifle, and the Cavalry and Artillery Carbines. I use the word “crisp” in relation, especially, to the trigger. enfield p61 carbine - £1495.00.577 Enfield P61 muzzle loading cavalry carbineExcellent 5 groove barrelLadder rear sight to 600 yardsSwivel ramrodA rare and interesting carbine that View Full Details . It shows. Reproduction leather sight cover for the Enfield Snider and Martini Henry Cavalry Carbines. Comments Off on 1870 Mk III Snider-Enfield Cavalry Carbine, Copyright © 2020 By Sword and Musket. Snider Cavalry carbine. Antique British .577 Snider-Enfield rifles and accessories for Sale. .577 Snider-Enfield, poznatija kao Snider-Enfield bila je sporometna puška ostraguša, koja je služila kao standardno oružje Britanske vojske od 1867. do 1871. godine. Overall the carbine measures 37.1/4″ in length. Many other designs were proposed (everyone was busy trying to invent a solution) but the Snider design removed the least amount of wood, which could seriously weaken the rifle. Here it is from the left. Its total length (without bayonet) is 54.25 inches (137.8 cm) in length, longer than most rifles of the time. It has a unique hand made steel plate screwed to the rear of the action. by qsamike on Wed Sep 19, 2012 4:47 pm. A chance to equip yourself with a splendid un-spoilt carbine with a genuine dark patina which it is not possible to reproduce. Cavalry Carbine Martini-Henry Enfield 1879 "I.C.1" Kaliber: .577 / .450 Martini-Henry . Walnut stock with regulation brass furniture (butt trap cover missing from butt plate), has opposed broad arrow 'sold out of service' mark to one side and (South African?) It has a unique hand made steel plate screwed to the rear of the action. The mechanism of the lock and trigger, plus the ejection device, are in crisp, excellent condition. Description: An interesting snider carbine believed to be a YEOMANRY VOLUNTEER CAVALRY CARBINE with a 25 " round barrel in the original caliber of .577 . This piece is in excellent condition, with a nice tight breech block and good bore. The Short Rifle has a 33 inch barrel and two barrel bands with iron furnitur… Mainly because the daughter doesn’t want her boisterous son shooting his younger brother in the garden. to the other. A number has been added later by means of electro-pencil that could be a phone number? Flip adjustable rear iron sight, front fin sight. The butt-plate brass tang is unit marked; “R3 /F/20”. This is not one of them. Top view of the lock. This mechanism had existed since 1853, and by 1860 Enfield had designed the Snider Enfield. Ordnance proof markings on all early Georgian Ordnance weapons, note the GR over the arrow above a crowned double sceptre. Description: An interesting snider carbine believed to be a YEOMANRY VOLUNTEER CAVALRY CARBINE with a 25 " round barrel in the original caliber of .577 . The conversion they used was an American design, by Jacob Snider. Sold for £ 525 (US$ 680) inc. premium Antique Arms, Armour & Modern Sporting Guns. British SNIDER CARBINE Mark III Percussion Rifle, BSA & M Co BSA & M Co., Rare Snider Patent Cavalry Carbine, Serial number: C205 Snider carbine rifle chambered in .577 Snider-Enfield caliber. The Snider-Enfield rifle series, made mainly in Long Infantry Rifle, Short Rifle (for Seargents and rifle regiments) and Cavalry Carbine configurations, was introduced in 1866 as a conversion for Pattern 1853 Rifle Muskets to breech loading, though some would later be newly made. these were converted from snider long rifles, with brass furniture, with profuse English proofs, on the metal, and butt-plate. Reproduction leather sight cover for the Enfield Snider and Martini Henry Cavalry Carbines. In the mean time the dust from the old man’s shed and a mixture of tobacco and passing car fumes forms a protective layer over the surfaces of the carbine. First used in the Abyssinian campaign, the Snider-Enfield was the primary rifle used by the British army from 1867 until the introduction of the Martini-Henry in 1871. Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Enfield Snider-Martini Henry Kavallerie Carbine Leder Blick Abdeckung bei eBay. The main cocking piece screw has a crows foot arrow on its domed surface. Tests proved the superiority of the breech loading mechanism (compared to the muzzle loading method of the Pattern 1853 Enfield and earlier muskets). The breech ring has the simple marking of “III” centrally placed. Although the long and short Enfield rifle-muskets had barrel lengths of 39 and 33 inches, respectively, this was reduced by 2.5 inches in the Snider … The top seam of the plate is absolutely flush with the breech work of the barrel above. Snider Enfield Mark II* Carbine, dated 1862, .577 Cal Description: Nice and clean British Snider Enfield Cadet Mark II* Carbine, lock plate dated 1862. Cavalry Carbine [edit | edit source] The Cavalry Carbine Snider-Enfield used an even shorter 19.5in (0.5m) barrel fixed by a single barrel band. Made in England, this is an unusual second model Snider System carbines in .577 cal. The round plumb-brown barrel measures 19.1/4″ long and the trigger pull is 13.3/8″ to centre. An excellent Mk III Snider-Enfield Cavalry Carbine. “Sleeper”: An item that has not been interfered with by an means and remains intact and undisturbed to the present day. On opening the block some interesting markings are revealed. Enfield Snider - Martini Henry Cavalry Carbine Le . “Sleeper”: An item that has not been interfered with by an means and remains intact and undisturbed to the present day. var email = "byswordandmusket" The shed is stripped clean and the carbine is sold off unceremoniously in an auction. It is a small, light carbine for the US Civil War period. Gun: Snider-Enfield Mark III Cavalry Carbine Caliber:.577 Snider Serial Number: 1151 Condition: NRA Excellent (Antique Gun Condition Standards) Value: $1,150 to $1,300 The face of the lock plate is nicely marked with the “Royal cypher /V.R.”. Dated 1870. Imagine for a moment; this carbine was used heavily in its day, then passed on to native police or militia.