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The US 1841 was manufactured at Harpers Ferry from 1846 to 1855, originally in .54 caliber, though many were later modified to .58 caliber. Used by both sides during the Civil War. Officially known as the Model 1841 U.S. percussion rifle, this firearm became known as the “Mississippi Rifle” when it was used by a regiment of Mississippians commanded by Jefferson Davis during the Mexican War. N/SSA approved. Fullstock, American walnut with satin finish. 44” length with a 2 ¾” drop. 14” trigger pull. Barrel is .54 caliber, browned 33” length. Tapered round – 1.100 at breech to .875 at muzzle. Front sight is brass blade and rear sight – steel, open style, 5/16” dovetail. Ignition percussion, musket size caps. Features brass furniture , single trigger. Color casehardened lock and hammer. Lock engraved with eagle over “US” ahead of hammer & “Harpers Ferry 1847” on tail. Two barrel bands (double strap front). Blued steel sling swivels. Barrel marked “VP” with eagle head. Overall length 48 5/8” and weighs 9 ½ lbs. Accessories : a steel ramrod – 10 X 32 thread, nipple 8mm X 1. Manufactured by Pedersoli/Italy.
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