New Chiappa (Armisport) 1842 Springfield.  Nice grain on this stock.  out of stock.  One on the way.


New Chiappa (Armisport) 1853 Enfield.  

      Out of stock.  Can be ordered.                                                                    $910 

Original 1842 Springfield.  Nice patina.  Has some light pitting in the bolster area.  The lock is fully functional and works smoothly.  Harper's Ferry version.  Lock is dated 1848.  Half of the hammer screw head is missing but hammer is good and tight with no wiggle.  Bore and barrel are good.  Actual shipping charges to destination extra.  3 day inspection period.  Contact me for total price


On Consignment:  Traditions/CVA 45Cal. rifled single shot percussion.  This pistol is unfired and has been defarbed.  Great for a civilian or militia impression. $195 shipped.

Historically, rottenstone was used by soldiers to help maintain their weapons.  Put a cloth over your finger, dip it into a little water or oil, then dip a little rottenstone out of the tin and rub down the metal on your musket.  Made from finely ground limestone, rottenstone is a gentle abrasive that will take surface rust off your gun barrel and lockplates.  Have this on hand the next time you wake up at a reenactment and find that your barrel has turned orange overnight.  Every cartridge box needs a tin of this in the utility pouch.  1/2 oz tin will last quite a while.  $8shipped for one tin.  

Boot pistol.   It measures out to a .44 with 3 inch barrels and an 8 inch overall length.  The right hammer works well.   The left hammer will go back to full cock with a little coaxing but does not have a half cock.  $110 shipped.

New Pedersoli Mississippi Rifle.  New in box and ready to go.  One .58 and one in .54 available.  MSRP on this is 1280 plus shipping.                                                                                              $1175 including shipping. 

Comer's Gunworks, LLC

New Chiappa (Armisport) 1861 Springfield. 

                            0 in stock  Can Be Ordered

Pedersoli Lorenz.  .54 Next to the Enfield this was the second most purchased musket by the Confederacy.  Very underrepresented in Civil War reenacting today.  High quality musket that will be a nice addition to an impression, both CS and US.  Currently out of stock.   Can be ordered.

                                                                                                               $1480 shipped