Gallager Carbine Shotgun Conversion

Originally manufactured in 56 rimfire, approximately 18,000 were made for use in the US Civil War. The lockplate is marked “Gallager’s Patent July 17, 1860, manufactured by Richardson & Overman, Philla”.The conversion was made in Liege, Belgium around 1877 to produce an inexpensive 12 gauge shotgun. 12ga x 2 ¾. Barrel is 31 ½ inches. No ejector or extractor were fitted. These were imported and sold through Bannermans in the USA at the turn of the century. This is not an antique under Canadian law. You must have a valid PAL to purchase. US clients - this is not an antique in the USA since it is converted to a modern cartridge but we can remove the barrel from this sale which makes it antique for US importation.

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$995.00

Gallager Carbine Shotgun Conversion NR4809

Gallager Carbine Shotgun Conversion Description

Originally manufactured in 56 rimfire, approximately 18,000 were made for use in the US Civil War. The lockplate is marked “Gallager’s Patent July 17, 1860, manufactured by Richardson & Overman, Philla”.The conversion was made in Liege, Belgium around 1877 to produce an inexpensive 12 gauge shotgun. 12ga x 2 ¾. Barrel is 31 ½ inches. No ejector or extractor were fitted. These were imported and sold through Bannermans in the USA at the turn of the century. This is not an antique under Canadian law. You must have a valid PAL to purchase. US clients - this is not an antique in the USA since it is converted to a modern cartridge but we can remove the barrel from this sale which makes it antique for US importation.

Gallager Carbine Shotgun Conversion Additional Information

Catalog Number NR4809