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  • Allan Jensen Mule Deer

    Allan Jensen Mule Deer

    Allan Jensen with a great mule deer buck.  Buck was taken at 264 yards with Allan's 1874 C. Sharps Rifle in 45-100.  Allan used a 500 grain Oregon Trails Bullet over 90 grains of Swiss 1 1/2.  Great buck Allan.  Pete CSA

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  • John Schoffstall Scottish Red Deer

    John Schoffstall Scottish Red Deer

    John Schoffstall with his guide Howart Stewert.  They were  hunting in the Highlands of Scotland and  able to down a nice red deer.   John was using a C. Sharps Highwall Sporting rifle in 38-55 Winchester chambering.  Good job boss.  Pete CSA

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  • TRADITIONS PASSED THROUGH GENERATIONS

    TRADITIONS PASSED THROUGH GENERATIONS

    Back in October of 2009, John Schoffstall, owner of C. Sharps Arms, and Zach, his son, paid a visit to Ken, Tammie and Brad Walters at Mountain View Elk Ranch in Riggins, Idaho.  Mountain View Elk Ranch is an exceptional outfit that offers fantastic hunting on some truly amazing elk.  Over the course of a long weekend Brad was able...

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  • 13 year old harvests bison with Sharps black powder rifle

    13 year old harvests bison with Sharps black powder rifle

    Hi John, This is Ed Berkheimer's daughter emailing you. My dad, Ed Berkheimer, just returned from a buffalo hunt at the Spike Box Ranch near Mullen, Nebraska. He took his grandson, Tyler Long, out to shoot a buffalo.  It was a successful hunt: Used a 74 C. Sharps Arms 40/70 caliber rifle. 1 shot at 200 yards. 2nd shot at 180 yards. Tyler Long is only...

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  • A note from Mark Grimm

    A note from Mark Grimm

    John, I wanted to drop you a picture of my buffalo hunt that we took the first week in November! This hunt was down on the Crow Reservation north of Ft. Smith along the Big Horn River and the Black Canyon. Our outfitter was Brad Edward from Billings, and in the picture are our two Crow guides. The Sharps 74 was a...

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