A fine replica of the rifle used by Col. John Bodine in the famous shooting match at Creedmoor in 1874 between the Irish & American teams Americas first endeavour at international shooting. Shotgun type buttstock w/pistol grip & checkered wrist. Straight forearm, American walnut with satin oil finish. 2 ¾ drop and a 14 ½ trigger pull. Barrel is 45/70 caliber, blued 34, tapered octagon. 1 in 18 twist. Front sight is blued steel globe style w/ 12 interchangeable disk, 3/8 dovetail plus a 3/8 blued steel base & blade. Rear sight is blued steel buckhorn style w/sliding elevator plus a high quality Vernier tang sight adjustable for windage & elevation. 45/70 black powder cartridge or factory loaded ammo. Features color casehardened receiver and triggerplate, double set/double phase triggers. Drilled & tapped for tang sight. Blued steel buttplate. Silver forend tip. 50 overall and weighs 13 pounds. Manufactured in Italy/Pedersoli. MODERN GUN RULES APPLY. (See F.A.Q. #7) REQUIRES $16.00 ADDITIONAL OVERSIZE CHARGE.
THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO CANADA.