Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina
In business from 1857 through 1862. Baker produced sporting arms prior to Civil War. During Civil War, Baker altered muskets and "common rifles". In addition, it is thought, Baker made rifles for State of North Carolina with lockplates stamped "M.A. Baker/Fayetteville/N.C.". These rifles resembled U.S. Model 1841 rifle and had these characteristics: overall length 51.5"; barrel length 35.125"; caliber .50.
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