Thought you might enjoy pictures of my US Springfield Model 1861 rifle-musket in .58 cal. It's all original except for the hammer retaining screw and came with the original socket bayonet. This one was made in 1863 by Norwich Arms Company of Norwich, Connecticut, who made about 25,000 of them during the US Civil War. It's definately been cleaned up at some point during it's life, but I don't mind that on a weapon that was issued in the white. The bore's in quite good shape, I'm thinking about actually shooting it.