This rare Confederate longarm is one of the most popular Confederate Carbines. These were primarily issued to Cavalry Troopers of Jeb Stuart's Army of Northern Virginia Cavalry Regiments. This one is super sharp and crisp to include all action, edges and markings. The wood is nice and full and the barrel retains strong rifling. The serial number is in the 19XX range making it an early second model and the only other markings are the Richmond, Va. barrel address, standard for the second series of guns after the Confederate Government took over Robinson's factory operations. these guns saw heavy use and are seldom found in this condition. If you are looking for one great carbine to throw on the Confederate side of your gun room, this would be a perfect example.