- Case hardened steel frame and lock
- Blued and 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
- Rear swivel for a sling
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 and 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.
|Barrel Length, in||20"|
|Magazine Capacity, rd||7|
|Finish||Blue Finish with Case Hardened Frame|
|Sights||Rear Ladder with Fixed Front Sight|
|Overall Length, in||37"|