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Not to be confused with its successor, Springfield Armory, Inc.

Overview

Springfield Armory was the primary center for the manufacture of US military firearms from 1777 until its closing in 1968. The site is preserved as the Springfield Armory National Historic SIte. In 1974, Springfield Armory, Inc. opened, this company has no direct association to the original Springfield Armory.

Firearms

Bolt-Action Rifle

Rifled Musket

Repeating Rifle

  • Springfield Model 1892-99

Semi-Automatic Rifle / Battle Rifle

Single-Shot Rifle

  • Springfield Model 1865
  • Springfield Model 1866
  • Springfield Model 1868
  • Springfield Model 1869
  • Springfield Model 1870
  • Springfield Model 1870 Remington-Navy
  • Springfield Model 1871
  • Springfield Model 1873
  • Springfield Model 1875
  • Springfield Model 1877
  • Springfield Model 1880
  • Springfield Model 1882
  • Springfield Model 1884
  • Springfield Model 1886
  • Springfield Model 1888

Smoothbore Musket

  • Springfield Model 1795
  • Springfield Model 1812
  • Springfield Model 1816
  • Springfield Model 1822
  • Springfield Model 1835
  • Springfield Model 1840
  • Springfield Model 1842
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