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1874 Heavy Hartford & Long Range Sporting & Target Rifle

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This C. Sharps Arms Custom 1874 Sharps with double set triggers features a presentation grade of walnut with pistol grip, smooth scalloped bottom with ebony inlay, full pattern hand checkering, forend ebony nose cap.

The barrel is a 34" No. 1 heavy part-octagon with a Hartford collar at receiver, fitted with a C. Sharps windgauge front globe sight w/spirit level and interchangeable apertures. The tang sight is a C. Sharps Deluxe Long Range with vernier scale and windage adjustment on the staff. (Sights manufactured by C. Sharps Arms)

Finish: The action group and buttplate w/Grade IV engraving are carbonized and then stripped to French grey. The wood is a full fill satin finish. The barrel and sights are hand polished to a high luster and then brought back to satin finish.

Rifle weight as described is approximately 12.5 lbs.

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Recent Testimonial:

  • The Sharps that you folks built for me is just a prize:  it caused quite a stir in the gun shop.  Actually I felt dismissed for a while as all the sales staff passed it around among themselves before I ever got to touch it.  

    In many areas, gun purchases for sure, value received is at least partly percieved.  That begs the question:  Did I get $5000.00 worth of rifle for my $5000.00?  Absolutely, and when I'm able I'll order another.  I think that I spoke with at least 3 different persons at times I called your company and to the last, everyone was more than courteous and  they cared.   Couple that with a faultless product and everyone wins.  I hope that you feel the same.  It must be a good feeling to know that your rifles are in a league of their own.  Thank you to all of your team. 
    A Fortunate Man

    Dr. Mark Poston