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SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE USED BY 6TH OHIO SHARPSHOOTERS SN 2240. Cal. 56-56. This extraordinarily rare rifle has 30” rnd bbl, square base front sight with German silver blade & standard 800 yard Spencer ladder rear sight with tension spring. It has three bands with sling swivels and is mounted with straight grain, uncheckered American walnut with full length forearm & straight stock with standard Spencer buttplate. There are two small tacks in top of wrist, purpose of which is not known. There is a screw hole on bottom of wrist on left side by trigger, apparently where a wood screw was inserted to relieve pressure on sear thereby allowing a lighter trigger pull to increase accuracy. This rifle was issued to and carried by Pvt. Jacob Neff of the 6th Independent Co. of Ohio Volunteer Sharpshooters. Pvt. Neff enlisted on Nov. 8, 1862 at age 25. He was mustered out with his unit on July 19, 1865 in Nashville, TN. His muster-out document dated the same date discloses that he retained his Spencer rifle & accouterments, complete, under Special Order #101 War Dept. 1865 and was charged $10.00. Private Neff’s company of sharpshooters spent their entire military service in the Dept. of the Cumberland under Gen. Rosecrans & Gen. Thomas and participated in a number of battles in that region including the Atlanta Campaign. The 6th was known as “Thomas’ Bodyguards”. Accompanied by numerous copies of official records from The National Archives including the list of arms & accoutrements of the 6th Company Ohio Volunteer Sharpshooters. Jacob Neff is listed as having been issued a Spencer rifle #2240 and accoutrements. Also included are Pvt. Neff’s muster rolls & pension papers. This is truly a rare opportunity for the advanced Civil War Collector to add a positively identified & documented sharpshooter rifle to their collection. CONDITION: Very good.  No orig finish remains on bbl or bands being mostly a smooth dark brown patina.  Receiver, hammer & lockplate retain traces of case colors with balance turned silver.  Wood is sound with nicks, scratches & dings showing heavy wear.  Mechanics are fine, strong bore with moderate to heavy pitting.   4-32833(5,500-6,500)

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