Navy Arms 1885 High Wall Rifle
Sorry bud but i am going to have to make a little correction to your statement about Taylor and Cimmarion (sp) both use Uberti as actions. In the case of Taylor they actually are an importer and there 1885's are the exact same as Uberti, with Uberti markings as well as a Taylor marking. cimmaron imports unfinished Uberti's from Italy to there shop in Fredriksberg Texas where they install a much improved and blue printed Uberti action with custom wood and very nice finish work to the metal and wood as well. But both of these are Uberti's. Uberti has recently been purchased by Beretta and that should improve Uberti a lot.
Now as to American Made Custom 1885's. There are several Co's out there making Highwalls. Steve Meacham of Meacham Highwalls is one of the best (I have 5 Meachams) these are a little pricey though with a brand new Highwall from Meacham costing around $4,000.00 today and the wait is about 1 1/2 to 2 years after you place your order. Ballard Rifle Co in Cody Wy also make a Highwall, as does C.Sharps in Big Timber MT. Then there is Cumberland Mountain Arms who make finished actions as well as barreled actions, they have gone out of business but if you look around there actions are still out there. These are excellent actions I have 3 of them and when finished and colored with nice wood are great shooting rifles. There are a couple of other folks also making Highwalls one at a time. So there are a lot of rifles floating around out there.
If you don't have to have a brand new Highwall there are many, many original 1885's for sale that where made by Winchester. Sometimes you can pick one of these up for around a $1,000 or so, give one of these some TLC and you really do have a rifle that you can be proud of.
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