Authentic Reproductions

Traditions Classic Musket line have high quality premium metal and wood finishes including hand-oiled wood stocks. These muzzleloaders are authentic, true reproductions. Available in .58 or .69 calibers and approved by the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA). Traditions classic muskets are perfect for shooters, hunters, enthusiasts, collectors, and those performing re-enactments.

1863 Zouave Musket Rifle .58 Cal Rifled R186306


The 1863 Zouave rifle was originally produced by Remington Arms under a contract with the US Government. Very few models actually saw action during the Civil War and none were distributed to any army division. However, the Zouave was created to put a ...

1861 Springfield Musket .58 cal Rifled R186100


The most widley used rifle during the Civil War, the 1861 Springfield was a favorite due to its' reliability, accuracy, and range. The 40" barrel and .58 caliber allowed for an effective range of 200-300 yards. While difficult to find during ...

1853 Enfield Musket Rifle .58 Cal Rifled R185303


The 1853 Enfield was used in the Civil War by both the North and the South. The Confederates imported more of these guns during the war and towards the end of the war, more than 75% were armed with the 1853 Enfield. It was the second most widely ...

1842 Springfield Musket .69 Cal Rifled R184205


Used during the 19th century, the 1842 musket rifle was first made in smoothbore and then later a with a rifled barrel to allow for use of the newly developed Minie Ball. It was the first US musket to be produced with a percussion lock and was superi ...

1842 Springfield Musket - .69 Cal Smoothbore R184200


Used during the 19th century, the 1842 was the last US smoothbore rifle. It was the first US musket to be produced with a percussion lock and was superior to the flintlock since it was more reliable and resistant to weather. This rifle was used durin ...