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|05-24-2019 10:11 PM|
An original...1873 45/70 Cavalry carbine ...with "7th Cav" stamped into the stock...
|05-24-2019 09:52 PM|
I think I'd buy a Contender rifle in 7mmTCU.
And a good Leupold scope.
|12-25-2018 07:51 PM|
|Argent11||And not that tilt crap rail for windage like the Italian rifles use.|
|12-25-2018 07:26 PM|
Originally Posted by lloyd smale View Post
|12-24-2018 03:11 PM|
Good points Terry.
Sounded to me as if the OP was thinking of a very classic hunting rifle, to be actually used in the field, to pass down to his heirs as future hunters.
|12-23-2018 03:50 PM|
Depends on what OP wants in a rifle. Use is an important consideration. My personal favorites is now for the traditional single shot. Need for a modern accurate singe shots is met by three good Ruger Number Ones's. These rifles are in modern calibers. For me it's the Ruger Number One YMMV,
For old guns for paper punching it's the BP stye is for me. My personal favorites are the Sharps 1874 and Winchester 1885 in traditional calibers. If that's your interest do some shopping on the net. C. Sharps and Shiloh but have good websites. In my experience Pedersoli make a good Sharps 1874. My favorite place to shop is second hand.
What do you want the rifle for is the key question to be asking.
|11-06-2018 12:33 AM|
Originally Posted by Rushcreek View Post
If the Dems take the House and start mailing checks to everyone, I'll use some of mine on this! In fact, since college tuition will be free, I'll take one in 444 Marlin as well.
|11-05-2018 09:17 PM|
A C. Sharps Hi Wall in .38-55. MVA sights.
Or a Ruger #1 in .303 British. Receiver mounted peep and "ivory" bead.
Either way, high figured walnut, CCH receiver.
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|10-26-2018 05:30 PM|
My kids are great, but I plan on leaving them guns, not money! I'll buy another Ballard!
|08-25-2018 07:59 PM|
|tallpaul||a Shiloh Sharps in a caliber suitable for range fun...|
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