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  1. For these reasons, the Model 1842 was the last .69 caliber musket. The Army later standardized on the .58 caliber Minié Ball, as used in the Springfield Model 1855 and Springfield Model 1861. Both the original smoothbore version and the modified rifled version of the Model 1842 were used in the American Civil War.

  2. springfield model 1842 smoothbore .69 caliber percussion musket, wallhanger palo, ia 52324: used: 2/21/2022: $810.00 : other model 1848 springfield 1842 harpers ferry blue 42" *amazing percussion musket* gg liberty, ky 42539: used: 2/7/2022: $850.00 : springfield model 1842 rifle musket by armisport 69 civil war like new lebanon, mo 65536: used ...

  3. Very Good U.S. Model 1842 Percussion .69 caliber Rifled Musket by Springfield Armory. The 1842’s were the first percussion firearms made by the U.S. armories and the last of the smoothbores. 172,000 of these smoothbores were manufactured & only 14,182 were later rifled by Springfield & Harpers Ferry Armories in late 1850’s.

  4. The Model 1816 had a 42-inch (107 cm) long .69 caliber smoothbore barrel, similar to the Model 1812, but had a longer lock plate, a shorter trigger guard, and a longer bayonet than the Model 1812. The Model 1816 also had a more straight lined stock. The overall length of the weapon was 58 inches (147 cm).

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  6. During this conflict, the flintlock version of the Model 1816 was preferred by U.S. regular forces, due to percussion cap supply concerns. It was also used during the early years of the American Civil War until around 1862. Many improvements to the Model 1816 were made, producing the Model 1822, Model 1835, Model 1840, and Model 1842.

  7. Antique SPRINGFIELD ARMORY Model 1842 Percussion .69 Cal. Smoothbore MUSKET Civil War Musket with SOCKET BAYONET! Here we present a Springfield Armory U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket, manufact ...Click for more info