Long Guns

Long Guns

Taylor's long gun product line has a rifle for every kind of shooting you want to do. Our rifles fit shooters' needs for many disciplines including civil war reenacting, competition shooting, hunting, and are even perfect additions to any firearms collection. The long guns you'll find here not only look good, but perform well too.

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1860 Henry

In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This civilian Henry model includes a brass frame, blued & case hardened parts, brass butt plate, and walnut butt stock. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1860 Henry With Sling Swivels

In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This military Henry model includes a brass frame, blued & case hardened parts, brass butt plate, walnut butt stock, and sling swivels. The sling swivels are mounted on the left side of the gun; one on the butt stock and one on the barrel. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1860 Henry Charcoal Blue With Sling Swivels

$1,689.00
In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This military Henry model includes a brass frame, charcoal blued & case hardened parts, brass butt plate, walnut butt stock, and sling swivels. The Charcoal Blue finish is a delicate over-oxidized bluing that, when new it is a bright blue color, but over time with use it will naturally patina to a soft grey. The aging process takes a long time with this finish, but is very beautiful. The sling swivels are mounted on the left side of the gun; one on the butt stock and one on the barrel. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1860 Henry Steel Frame

In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This steel frame Henry model includes a case hardened forged steel frame, blued & case hardened parts, steel butt plate, and walnut butt stock. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1860 Henry White Finish

$1,585.00
In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This white finish Henry model includes a brass frame, white heat-treated steel parts (cared for like blued steel), brass butt plate, and walnut butt stock. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1860 Henry Engraved

In October 1860, B.T. Henry was granted a patent for the design of a new gun, a repeating rifle that used metallic cartridges.This Henry reproduction is as close to the original that you can find and it still is a popularly sought after model today. The Henry barrel has an integrated barrel so to load it the follower must be pulled all the way up, the top sleeve portion turned towards the follower stop screw on the outside of the barrel, and the rifle should be loaded while canted to some degree. This engraved Henry model includes a laser engraved & hand chased brass frame, blued & case hardened parts, brass butt plate, and walnut butt stock. Requires an FFL dealer to ship. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

1865 Spencer Rifle

Taylor’s is proud to offer a recreation of a firearm first produced by Christopher Miner Spencer, one of the leading figures of the machine tool industry. When Spencer originally produced an 1860 model carbine, it was different from any other firearm. In 1865, the gun maker delivered the 1865 Spencer Carbine, modified to correct flaws inherent in the original 1860 design. The feeding mechanisms in the spencer models are very sensitive to ammo type and overall length so manufactured ammo brands will work better if caliber standards are followed. The Spencer rifle model features a case hardened steel frame and lock, blued & case hardened parts, three barrel bands retained by band springs in the stock, butt stock magazine tube, rear ladder sight, fixed front blade sight, round barrel, front & rear swivels for a sling. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1865 Spencer Carbine

Taylor’s is proud to offer a recreation of a firearm first produced by Christopher Miner Spencer, one of the leading figures of the machine tool industry. When Spencer originally produced an 1860 model carbine, it was different from any other firearm. In 1865, the gun maker delivered the 1865 Spencer Carbine, modified to correct flaws inherent in the original 1860 design. The feeding mechanisms in the spencer models are very sensitive to ammo type and overall length so manufactured ammo brands will work better if caliber standards are followed. The Spencer carbine model features a case hardened steel frame and lock, blued & case hardened parts, one barrel band retained by a band spring in the stock, butt stock magazine tube, rear ladder sight, fixed front blade sight, round barrel, a rear swivel for a sling. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Carbine

The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The carbine model features a carbine style buttstock & forend, blued finish parts, and round barrel. Taylor's also offers two custom action options on all 1873 models. The Runnin' Comanchero® action package includes a custom short-stroke action, lightened hammer and trigger pull, butt cover, lever wrap, rear sight dovetail blank, and rounded front sight. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Straight Stock Rifle White Finish

$1,427.00
The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The two tone model features a straight stock, white heat treated steel frame (cared for like blued steel), and blued finish parts. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Checkered Straight Stock Rifle

$1,383.00
The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. This checkered straight stock model features detailed checkering on the buttstock and forend. Taylor's also offers two custom action options on all 1873 models. The Comanchero® action package includes a custom short-stroke action, lightened hammer and trigger pull, butt cover, lever wrap, and gold bead front sight. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Compact Carbine

The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The Compact Carbine model features a shortened length of pull to less than 12.8", all blued finish, round barrel, and rubber buttstock pad. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Carbine Case Hardened

$1,342.00
The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The case hardened carbine model features a carbine style stock & forend, case hardened frame, blued parts, and round barrel. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1866 Carbine

$1,272.00
After Nelson King patented his new loading system his 1866 model played a prominent part in the winning of the West. The 1866 model or “Yellowboy,” as it was famously known because of its shiny brass frame, was the successor to the Henry rifle. Production began in 1866 and continued through 1898, a period when both rifles and carbines were introduced. The 1866 carbine features a brass frame, brass butt plate, blued & case hardened steel parts, round barrel, dovetail flip up rear sight, fixed front band sight, walnut carbine style butt stock, and a saddle ring on the left side of the frame. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Straight Stock Rifle Two Tone

$1,427.00
The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The two tone model features a straight stock, white heat treated steel frame (cared for like blued steel), and blued finish parts. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1866 Rifle

$1,241.00
After Nelson King patented his new loading system his 1866 model played a prominent part in the winning of the West. The 1866 model or “Yellowboy,” as it was famously known because of its shiny brass frame, was the successor to the Henry rifle. Production began in 1866 and continued through 1898, a period when both rifles and carbines were introduced. The 1866 rifle features a brass frame, brass forend cap & butt plate, blued & case hardened steel parts, octagonal barrel, dovetail buckhorn rear and front blade sight, and a walnut rifle style butt stock. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Pistol Grip Rifle

The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The pistol grip model features a classic checkered pistol grip buttstock and checkered forend. Taylor's also offers two custom action options on all 1873 models. The Comanchero® action package includes a custom short-stroke action, lightened hammer and trigger pull, butt cover, lever wrap, and gold bead front sight. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Pistol Grip Rifle White Finish

The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The pistol grip white finish model features a classic checkered pistol grip buttstock, checkered forend, white heat-treated finish (cared for like blued steel). Taylor's also offers two custom action options on all 1873 models. The Comanchero® action package includes a custom short-stroke action, lightened hammer and trigger pull, butt cover, lever wrap, and gold bead front sight. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1873 Carbine .44Mag

The 1866 was already quite popular when the smaller, yet quite similar 1873 model was released. It became an immediate favorite. The Winchester Repeating Arms Company may have thought that domestic military sales would make up most of the orders for the firearm, but in fact, civilian sales and international military purchases were what brought in profit that year. In that day, the 1873 was the first lever action available with a broad variety of options. Today, an array of options is still offered in Taylor's 1873 line. The .44Mag carbine model features a carbine style stock & forend, all blued finish, round barrel, and rubber buttstock pad. The Taylor Tuned option includes a custom action with hand polishing, custom hammer and lever springs, custom magazine tube spring, and an overall lightened action. Our custom actions feature one of the smoothest hammer and trigger pulls on the market. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Sharps Light Rifle 24" .17HMR

Regular Price: $1,845.00

Special Price $999.00

Inspired by the ever-popular Sharps rifles, this modern gun reproduction chambered for the .17 HMR cartridge can satisfy both the historians and those shooters fond of the informal target shooting as well as small game hunting. The lever and the double set trigger are comfortable like the original 1874 Sharps rifle but the Sharps Light model has reduced weight and dimensions. The round barrel is blue matte blue finish; the tang is drilled and tapped to mount a Creedmore sight. This sharps model is a practical and enjoyable gun.