1836 Hall Breech Loading Carbine (767)

These carbines were made from 1837 to 1840. They were made in .64 caliber smoothbore so the standard musket ball could be used. Early production carbines had the lower end of the trigger guard hinged for an implement box. This model also used a large eye bolt through the wrist for a sling ring. Barrels were 23" long and were fitted with the sliding ramrod type bayonet. They also had a bar braced across the bottom of the receiver at the breech block pivot hole to help keep from splitting the stocks from the recoil.

767 BRB Breech Block (Casting) $99.95  
767 BRBS Breech Block Stop $12.95  
767 RCS Receiver Section $79.95  
767 RRRP Rear Receiver Recoil Plate $12.95  
767 PH Percussion Hammer $29.95  
767 MS Main Spring $24.95  
767 STR Stirrup $12.95  
767 BP Butt Plate $29.95  
767 TG Trigger Guard $29.95  
767 TR Trigger $15.95  
767 TRS Trigger Spring $14.95  
767 L Latch $15.95  
767 LS Latch Spring $12.95  
767 LP Latch Plate $14.95  
767 RCLP Recoil Lug (Pair) $14.95  
767 FP Flash Plate $16.95  
767 SREB Saddle Ring Eye Bolt $14.95  
767 RBB Rear Barrel Band $24.95  
767 FBB Front Barrel Band $29.95  
767 RS Rear Sight $19.95  
767 FRS Front Sight $14.95  
767 FBLB Front Bayonet Latch Base $19.95  
767 BAY Bayonet (1833 Model) $150.00