U.S Army 1816 Pattern Civil War Percussion Conversion Musket a scarce .69cal smoothbore 1816 pattern US musket, lock plate stamped vertically Springfield 1827 on the tail and US with faint eagle forward of the hammer. Ordinance bolster type percussion conversion during the Civil War, circa 1861-62. Government U.S stamp to the butt plate tang and inspection mark P on breech. 42 inch round barrel with bayonet lug secured to the stock by 3-barrel bands. Full length walnut stock, original sling swivels, lower one secured to the trigger guard. Ramrod missing, complete with original bayonet stamped US LA and replacement, correct pattern, brown leather sling. Overall length 57 1/2 inches.