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Martini–Enfield Falling Block 1890 Carbine? Info

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by bztrader, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. bztrader

    bztrader New Member

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    Was looking for info/value on this Enfield Falling Block. Got 2 of these from an estate, and basically the same. The one in pics is marked Enfield 1890 and has a solid metal buttplate, the other is marked Enfield 1893 and has a trap door buttplate. These are not large bores, and appears to have an approx .30? muzzle bore. Appear to be carbines?, has 21" barrel and matching numbers, and bayonet lug. Not really my genre and would appreciate any info...Thanks DSCN8462.JPG DSCN8463.JPG DSCN8465.JPG DSCN8469.JPG DSCN8473.JPG DSCN8477.JPG DSCN8481.JPG DSCN8482.JPG DSCN8483.JPG DSCN8484.JPG
     
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