Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Chapman produced a limited number of percussion carbines and rifles during the Civil War. Carbines had an overall length of 39.5" and .54-caliber barrels 24" in length. Their furniture was of brass. Chapman rifles resembled the U.S. Model 1841 rifle, but did not have patch boxes. Overall length 48.5", barrel length 33", caliber .58. Chapman rifles and carbines are marked "C. CHAPMAN" on the lockplates. Prospective purchasers are strongly advised to secure an expert appraisal prior to acquisition.
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