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Spencer 1860 - Repeating Carbine



History: The Spencer Carbine was issued to Union Troops in late 1863 as a cavalry firearm. With it’s seven round capacity, this proved to be a very effective weapon, while on horseback, The invention of the six-tube Blakeslee Box, offered the Cavalrymen greater ease in loading their weapons. Since 1867, when the Spencer Repeating Firearms Co. was sold to the Winchester Repeating Firearms Co., some 50 other manufactures from around the world have unsuccessfully attempted to reproduce this firearm. The L. Romano Rifle Co. stands alone as the only company to successfully reproduce a flawless 1860 Spencer Repeating Firearm with superb quality and accuracy.

Manufacturer: L. Romano Rifle Co.

Mechanism: Lever-action repeater.

Caliber: .56-50 Spencer center-fire.

Overall Length:  39 1/4".

Barrel Length: 22".

Weight: 9 lbs.,6 ozs.

Magazine Capacity: Seven.

Rifling: Eight-groove, 1:36" RH twist.

Sights: Adjustable ladder-type rear, German silver blade front.

Stock: Oil-rubbed walnut: length of pull 13"; Drop at heel, 3"; drop at comb, 1 ½".

Fact: Approved N-SSA Firearm.

Suggested Retail Price Including All Tax: $5295.00


Spencer 1860 - Repeating Rifle






History: The Spencer Rifle was first issued in late 1862, which was first carried by  the Union Cavalry before the 1860 Spencer Carbine was issued. Custers Michigan Troops at Gettysburg, were carrying this Spencer Rifle. Since 1867, when the Spencer Repeating Firearms Co. was sold to the Winchester Repeating Firearms Co., some 50 other manufactures from around the world have unsuccessfully attempted to reproduce this firearm. The L. Romano Rifle Co. stands alone as the only company to successfully reproduce a flawless 1860 Spencer Repeating Firearm with superb quality and accuracy.

Manufacturer: L. Romano Rifle Co.

Mechanism: Lever-action repeater.

Caliber: .56-50 Spencer center-fire.

Overall Length: 47".

Barrel Length: 30".

Weight: 10 lbs., 5 ozs.

Magazine Capacity: Seven.

Rifling: Eight-grooves, 1:36" RH twist.

Sights: Adjustable ladder-type rear, German silver blade front.

Stock: Oil-rubbed walnut: length of pull 13" Drop at heel, 3"; drop at comb, 1½".

Fact: Approved N-SSA Firearm.

Suggested Retail Price Including All Tax: $5745.00


Spencer Single Shot Cartridge Rifle





History: In 1867, Christopher Spencer sold all his patent rights and signed an agreement with Oliver Winchester, of the Winchester Repeating Firearms Co., agreeing never to invent or produce any other repeating firearms. Then in 1872, Spencer designed and built a single shot cartridge rifle. He entered his rifle design, along with 92 other single shot rifles from different firearm companies to the military trials for evaluation. At that time, our military was stationed out West and was looking for a rifle with a larger caliber that could shoot greater distances. All were lost to the Trap Door Springfield Rifle. Spencer never pursued his Single-Shot Rifle any farther. To this date, there are none left in existence. Today, L. Romano Rifle Co., is the only one in the world that has reproduced  this unique Single Shot Action Cartridge Rifle.

Manufacturer: L. Romano Rifle Co.

Mechanism: Lever operated.

Trigger:Single or Double Set.

Action: Nickel Plate or Color Case.

Calibers: .40/65, .45/70 Govt., .45/100, .50/70 Govt., .50/90.

Overall Length: Will vary due to barrel lengths.

Full Octagon: Choice of 26" through 34".

Octagon to Round:Choice of 26" through 34".

Weight: Will vary.

Sights: Semi buck horn with ladder rear sight, German silver blade front sight.

Stock: Choice of American Walnut or American Curly Maple.

Fact: May be used in all NRA sanctioned matches.

Suggested Retail Price on Basic Rifle Including All Tax: $4395.00