German “Oberndorf” French 1777 Charleville Pattern Musket .69 Caliber w/ Bayonet

German “Oberndorf” French 1777 Charleville Pattern Musket .69 Caliber w/ Bayonet

  • Make: Oberndorf Factory (Pre-Mauser Factory) –
  • Model: French Charelivle 1777 Infantry Pattern Musket –
  • Caliber/Cartridge: .69 Caliber Round Ball –
  • Capacity: 1 –
  • Barrel Length: 40-5/8 in. –
  • Overall Length: 55-5/8 in. –
  • Action Type: Muzzle Loading Flintlock –
  • Details: Based on the French Charleville Pattern Musket, marked “OBERNDORF” on the top barrel along with a Crown/W, DW between top and bottom borders, and “100”, (military’s of the time would often add the infantry number of which the arm was being designated to in this is very location) – The plate opposite the lock is marked “B.N.” and the inside of the lockplate reads “MG”; likely the individual makers’ mark – The lock shows a faint “F” and only very faint remnants of script lettering – The musket features small unknown stamps or makers marks throughout – Included with this musket is a socket bayonet; it is either a French M1847 or a variation thereof; it has an overall length of 20.75 in. and a blade length of 18 in., it is numbered “29” on the socket and either an “H” or “A” on the Ricasso – This musket features a one-piece wood stock with traditional (right-hand shooter) cheek rest relief cut, brass Frizzen pan (powder pan) and gunmetal (copper-alloy) front blade sight built into the nose cap/ramrod holder – Other features include steel hardware including the buttplate, trigger and guard, lower tang, barrel bands, retaining clips, front and rear sling swivel, flared ramrod, and lock assembly –
  • Condition: Good to Very Good; the metalwork exhibits surface pitting and gray patina commensurate with extended use and age; notably, the trigger appears to require adjusting or refitting, as when the lock is cocked, the trigger is somewhat loose and sits too low to properly engage the sear (this should be a straight forward fix once the lock is removed, along with the rear swivel and trigger pins); The woodwork is in Fine shape, it appears to have been refinished at some point, exhibiting typical small dings, scarring, and bruising – notably, the stock shows a small interrupted fracture on the lower corner of the butt and a small chip where it meets the upper tang; the bore exhibits some surface oxidation — Please refer to photos for more details –


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