A compiled report of the South Carolina Palmetto Sharpshooters, 315 pages pack full of a mountain of interesting facts and information on the movements of this regiment during the Civil War. They were built using left over parts from Mississippi rifles. {{shoppingcart.total}} The demonstration model at SHOT is a pretty straight-forward AR-style rifle. During the American Civil War, the rifle was the most common weapon found on the battlefield. It was mustered into the Confederate States service May 22, 1861, and re-organized for the war in May, 1862. By 1862 the regiment was re-organized as the 4th South Carolina Battalion, but by the end of that year it had been consolidated into two companies that became Cos. 0 bids. From United States. in June of 1863 and then later at the Battle of Gettysburg. First is their take on the AR-10 platform. We're pricing this gun for the cost of just an original Palmetto lockplate, only you're getting a nearly complete musket not to mention being ID'D to a Confederate soldier! Barrel is mostly smooth with the usual pitting around the area of the bolster. A magnificent Report of South Carolina Palmetto Sharpshooters. About April 9, 1865, the 2nd (Palmetto) Regiment Infantry was consolidated with the 20th Regiment South Caroina Infantryand a part of Blanchard's South Carolina Reserves and formed the new 2nd Regiment S… Additional units were produced in limited numbers by Tryon in Philidelphia and Palmetto Armory in South Carolina. CSS PALMETTO STATE (1862). Kernersville, NCPhone: (336) 830-1203931-B South Main St. Suite-110Kernersville, NC 27284, Dover, MAPhone: (336) 830-1203P.O. The one-piece barrel is forged steel,. 2 Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-008N South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. Robert was 41 years-old when he enlisted in November 1861 after the death of his wife, Lucinda E. I. Wright (1825-1861) who bore him at least eleven children. This rifle was known for its range, accuracy and reliability. #4180. george meyn 25 Jan 2013 at 09:11 PM. Gary was a noted confederate collector and author of 'Confederate Handguns'. U.S. Military Antique Long Guns, Civil War Rifles & Civil War Muskets for Sale We have highly collectable Civil War rifles and Civil War muskets for sale in our large inventory of U.S. military antique long guns, which also includes fine examples of rifles and carbines from Sharps, Spencer, Springfield, and others. The Lorenz rifle was the third most widely used rifle during the American Civil War. Watch Video of the Curator Lecture Series: Deathly Blasts by the Thousands or listen and download the podcast by Grahame Long, Curator of History . Garden had been the color bearer for the 2nd South Carolina Infantry at the First Battle of Manassas and returned to South Carolina to form an artillery battery. The Union recorded purchases of 226,924 and the Confederacy bought as many as 100,000. I've included a of photograph of his worksheet that details every aspect of this rifle. I also sell Tennessee Long Rifles and related material. This rare Confederate Civil War letter was written by Pvt. - Checkout. Individuals not big businesses use Shiloh Relics to buy and sell ... Super Rare Well Documented SC Palmetto Rifle. Rick Burton's Civil War Antiques Relics All Rights Reserved. Super Rare SC Palmetto Rifle. or Best Offer. Volunteers, is an American Civil War Living History Group based in the Carolinas and Georgia. If you don't get me PLEASE Leave a message - it will be answered! Palmetto Armory was significant as one of Columbias early manufacturing concerns, the Palmetto Iron Works was built in 1850 by William Glaze and a Mr. Boatwright for making ornamental iron works. {{shoppingcart.subtotal}} I do attend several Antique Long Rifle Shows a year. Non-Excavated Items, Uniforms, Flags, etc. Excellent Confederate 2nd Model LeMat Revolver. C $108.61. It was known by names such as 1st Regiment of Palmetto Sharpshoorters, the Palmetto Regiment of Sharpshooters, the 1st Regiment of South Carolina Sharpshooters, and Jenkins's Palmetto Regiment of Sharpshooters. Your cart contains {{shoppingcart.totalQuantity}} Item(s) CSPR-007 South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. View Cart 'W.Glaze&Co' on flat adjacent to stock with 'P' over 'V' over palmetto tree just above. 2 Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-007N South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. Time left 9d 7h left. View the embedded image gallery online at: You need to enable user registration from User Manager/Options in the backend of Joomla before this module will activate. I make every effort to answer the phone. Glaze” stamping on left breech. Fred Novy is a leading authority on Palmetto weapons and a member of the American Society of Arms Collectors. The Palmetto Armory pistols were among the first firearms issued to Confederate troops at the outbreak of the Civil War in April 1861. i'm trying to find a shooting reproduction of the 1838-1855 colt revolving rifle. Since our inventory changes frequently, make sure to check our new arrivals often. Dedicated to the preservation of the memory of the Veterans of Palmetto Sharpshooters, S.C. A truly iconic American Civil War saber in excellent condition. records for the Civil War period on the Confederate side. The “ Palmetto Riflemen” & “New York Zouaves ” are an American Civil War Living History Group based in the Carolinas and Georgia, with the Company Headquarters (2016) based in Lexington, South Carolina. During the Civil War over 1,5000,000 of the 1861 pattern rifle muskets were produced by the Springfield National Armory and 2 private Contractors. Drummer, CSPR-005N South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. Lock has standard circular Palmetto Armory cartouche with Palmetto tree in the center just forward of hammer. Between the end of January and the end of March, his troop strength shrank almost 20 percent; as April opened, he had only 763 officer… This Palmetto Armory Civil War Relics Pistol has nice working action. Some repair or restoration is also noted in the area just to the rear of bolster. The most popular rifle used in the Civil War was the U.S. Model 1861 Springfield rifle musket. CSPR-003 South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-008 South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. C $383.32. Brass butt plate is marked 'SC' over 'US' with inventory number '47' here and on the toe of patch box. Shiloh Relics is one of the world&146;s largest Civil War and World War marketplaces on the web. 800-238-6785 (orders ONLY) Outside of the U.S.: 1-731-885-0700 Information Line: 1-731-885-0700 Phone/Fax Hours. The example we have here was part of the Bill Gary collection. 2nd Regiment Infantry "2nd Palmetto Regiment" 2nd Regiment Rifles: 2nd Battalion Infantry: 2nd Regiment Militia: 2nd Regiment State Troops (6 months, 1863-1864) 2nd Regiment Reserves (90 days, 1862-1863) 2nd Regiment Infantry Reserve: 2nd Battalion Reserves: 2nd Battalion Sharpshooters: 2nd Regiment Cadets Infantry Picking at yard sales when I was a child with money made from selling chewing gum at school. The Palmetto Armory was formed by William Glaze and Benjamin Flagg. Most rifles of this era were muzzle loaded rifled muskets. Barrel date is partially visible; '53' can be seen on the tang. Volunteers, 1861 to 1865. It is fully functional. The Palmetto Sharpshooters Regiment was organized in April 1862. Brand New. He also exercised control over half a regiment of cavalry that covered the river below Ringgold Barracks, too far away for assistance on short notice. 2nd Infantry Regiment [also called 2nd Palmetto Regiment] completed its organization near Richmond, Virginia. I and K of Hampton’s Legion. At a weight of 9 lbs and an effective range of 200 to 300 yards, it could be loaded quickly and was easier to carry than previous rifles. Heel of lockplate is marked 'Columbia/1852'. Palmetto State Armory has two new exciting products at this year’s SHOT show. 33" Barrel also has standard markings. The Palmetto Riflemen were raised in Anderson in 1861, South Carolina and were designated as Co. B, 4th South Carolina Infantry. When SC seceded, on December 20, 1860 most of the Palmetto Armory arms were in the hands of the militia, in the SC arsenals at the Citadels in Charleston and in Columbia. Antique CIVIL WAR Springfield US Model 1863 Percussion Type I RIFLE MUSKET Made at the SPRINGFIELD ARMORY Circa 1864 Here we present a Springfield U.S. Model 1863 Type I Rifle-Musket, manufactur ...Click for more info uniform with medals 1st Infantry, 6 months, 1861 1st (Butler's) South Carolina Regulars 4 Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-009 South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. They wore black leather helmets with a white plume stuck into a silver socket on its top. Infantry Skirmishing. Robert Isbell, Jr. (1820-1863) who served in Co. D, 2nd South Carolina Rifles and later during the war with the Palmetto Sharpshooters. Mid-year: Created under the command of Captain Hugh R. Garden. In addition, three more unassigned companies and Captain O.G. When Sherman arrived in Columbia in February … Box 637Dover, MA 02030, Fort Pierce, FLPhone: (336) 830-120311311 B South Indian River Dr.Fort Pierce, FL 34982. This iconic weapon made an immediate impact upon the war and was first deployed (the rifle) at the Battle of Hoover’s Gap TN. This regiment was called into State service about April 9, 1861 for twelve months. If the quantity field is not visible for a product, you must click on the 'More Details' button and select the options or fill out the fields that require your input. Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-006N South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. There are no sling swivels. The Palmetto Riflemen were raised in Anderson in 1861, South Carolina and were designated as Co. B, 4th South Carolina Infantry. Produced in Columbia, SC in the early 1850's. Flagg was a former Superintendent of the Asa Waters factory in Milbury, Massachusetts. Contact ccrelics@ccrelics.com with questions or problems with this site. Produced in Columbia, SC in the early… And some made it into the hands of SC units. Though the muzzle-loading percussion cap rifle was the most numerous weapon, being standard issue for the Union and Confederate armies, many other firearms, ranging from the single-shot breech-loading Sharps and Burnside rifles to the Spencer and the Henry rifles, two of the world's first repeating rifles, were issued by the hundreds of thousands, mostly by the Union. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. The very first area of the Charleston Museum’s vast collections I was tasked with managing after I began my curatorship over a decade ago was the assorted weaponry. Local women made the dark grey frock coats and trousers during February 1861, and an entry in the local “minute book” stated that the brass PR should be worn on the Hardee hats. Details are still a little vague on the exact configuration for the rifle at this time, but we know it’s in .308. MON-FRI 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST In the spring of 1865, Colonel Fords immediate force amounted to nine companies of cavalry in two battalions. CIVIL WAR ERA SOUTH CAROLINA CSA PALMETTO ARMORY U. S. MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE DATED 1852..54 caliber rifled 33’ barrel with “JH” inspectors mark at breech. I and K of Hampton’s Legion. The example we … Very few survive today and are prized by Confederate and South Carolina collectors. Civil War Weapons. Subtotal: Civil War Era Rifleman's Bowie Knife Palmetto Armory South Carolina Confederate. The carbine offered here has serial #47094. https://rickburtoncivilwar.com/super-rare-sc-palmetto-rifle#sigProId08ca43d212. Our Price: $10,500 Super Rare SC Palmetto Rifle. His collection was sold by Little John Auctions in June of 2014 and this rifle has been a part of the Fred G. Novy collection since that time. The 1841 was used by both North and South during the Civil War, and the nickname “Mississippi Rifle” comes from its use to equip a regiment in Mississippi during the war with Mexico in 1848. This is obscured by vice marring in the same area.. The forestock from the toe of the lockplate forward is a faithful restoration utilizing original parts. Call anytime 10AM-10PM EST. Stock is devoid of markings. 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket by Armi Sport of Italy, the ultimate in fine shooting military muzzle loaders. Our Price: sold US Martially Marked Henry Rifle Veteran of Civil War and Frontier.… Jun 21, 2019. Super Rare SC Palmetto Rifle. These companies came from infantry unit… Released September 2019! Specify a quantity for any of the products listed on this page, then click 'Add to Cart' to add them to your shopping cart. Civil War Tintype Photograph Young Boy In Uniform W/ Rifle Named Charlie Boy. Colonel Micah Jenkins was the founder and Commander of this Regiment, who under a special act of Confederate Congress was authorized to organize 12 Companies into a specialist regiment of sharpshooters, the Companies of which would have been detached to various Brigades wherever they were needed, their duties would have included advanced picket duties, point and flank guards to protect heavy infantry columns from cavalry attack, night assaults against federal outposts and pickets and of course general sharp shooting to create havoc anywhere in the Union lines.Unfortunately it would appear that they generally fought as heavy infantry throughout the war. The Palmetto Sharpshooters, SC. 4 Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-010 South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. Built: Charleston, South Carolina Commissioned: September, 1862 Service: Charleston Squadron, 1862-1865 Home Port: Charleston, South Carolina Dimensions: 172' 6" Length, 32' Beam, 12' Draft Armor: 4" iron with wood backing Armament: 10x7" Brooke Rifles Engines: Single Screw Speed: 6 knots Crew: 180 Fate: Burned to prevent capture, February 18th 1865. 2 Infantry Skirmishing, CSPR-009N South Carolina Infantry Co B, Palmetto Rifleman. We provide online trading exchange between the individual customer and Shiloh Relics. Confederate-bought Lorenz rifles saw heavy use in the Army of Tennessee in 1863–64, with many of them being issued to re-equip regiments captured at the siege of Vicksburg and later exchanged. With the 1862 re-organization of the Confederate army, many men from the originally established South Carolina companies elected to re-organize into a newly created Regiment of Palmetto Sharpshooters. Most of the rifles during that time were loaded with a small lead musket ball or with a minnie ball (or Minié ball) and black powder. Palmetto Armory Civil War Relics Pistol. Prior to the Civil War the Palmetto Riflemen were a militia unit recruited mainly from the German speaking population of Charleston , South Carolina. Retired May 2020! Very few survive today and are prized by Confederate and South Carolina collectors. He would lead the Palmetto Battery through the war to Appomattox Court House. At the recent Nashville and Dalton Civil War shows, we saw two Palmetto muskets priced between $9000-$11,000. and the one-piece stock is oil-finished walnut. The Palmetto Arms Company of Brescia, ... dixie gun works still advertises their colt root revolving rifle in .44 for $2200 (approx). Jones six-gun battery were stationed at Fort Brown. or Best … 2 Prone Infantry, CSPRJenkins Brigadier General Micah Jenkins, Palmetto Riflemen South Carolina Infantry. 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