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This replica rifle has a stunning look and an octagonal barrel. Comes with a unique brass trim that makes it flawless to fit in your collection. Want a working Replica rifle? Do not worry as all parts of this product are functional.

Farr Springfield Rifle - At the 1921 Camp Perry National Mataches, first-timer "Dad" Farr chose a stock M1903 rifle from the stand. Using old issue ammo & iron sights, Farr fired an unrivaled string of 71 consecutive bullseyes. Using a rifle he had never shot before, at 1000 yards, Farr shot an incredible record. His fellow shooters chipped in to buy that rifle for Farr that day. A silver plate is mounted on the stock with those who contributed. NRA Museum at Bass Pro in Springfield, MO.

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Three For The Show by Taylor's Firearms: Marshal SAA, Trapped Model 73 Winchester & Hammer Coach Gun - Guns of the Old West

Three For The Show by Taylor's Firearms: Marshal SAA, Trapper Model 73 Winchester & Hammer Coach Gun - Guns of the Old West

COLT'S SIDEHAMMER POCKET REVOLVER: Although actually designed by Sam Colt himself, the M1855/Root was unusual in that it was the only percussion Colt handgun built with a solid frame and a wrap-around one-piece grip. Offered in both .28 and .31 percussion caliber variations, this sidehammer Colt continued in production through the American Civil War until 1870, even if only around 45,000 examples were to be manufactured.

COLT'S SIDEHAMMER POCKET REVOLVER: Although actually designed by Sam Colt himself, the M1855/Root was unusual in that it was the only percussion Colt handgun built with a solid frame and a wrap-around one-piece grip. Offered in both .28 and .31 percussion caliber variations, this sidehammer Colt continued in production through the American Civil War until 1870, even if only around 45,000 examples were to be manufactured.

First the Model of 1866, nicknamed the Yellow Boy by the Indians. This one has a 20 inch barrel, but again Cimarron has options for you from a 24 inch sporting rifle down to the 16 inch

First the Model of nicknamed the Yellow Boy by the Indians. This one has a 20 inch barrel, but again Cimarron has options for you from a 24 inch sporting rifle down to the 16 inch

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1863 Remington Pocket Revolver cylinder and a spur trigger.

Crew-Service-Weapons M1 Garand M1 Carbine

Springfield Armory - Garand Rifle & Carbine Two rifles, two pieces of history I really really want! Both rifles served out country well and preceded the which is still in use today.

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