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Custom Model 1877 Standard Long Range Target Rifle

Product description:

Perhaps the most elegant single shot rifle in the evolution of long range target shooting. Our new Model 1877 will be limited to custom production only.

Cal. 44-90 Sharps or Remington, 45-70, 45-90 & 45-100 Sharps, 32" or 34" tapered round barrels with the Rigby Flat, presentation American or English Walnut, checkered pistol grip and forend, ebony forend tip and inlay in grip.

  • Classic long range target sights with windage.
  • Rifle weight: Approx. 10 lbs. with 32" barrel.
  • Price will start at $7,500.00, plus tax.
  • Engraving & Presentation Cases Available at extra cost.

If you are among the few who truly understand and appreciate custom grade firearms and the high art and craftsmanship which is involved to produce such works, this may be your opportunity of a lifetime.

  • Serial numbers 77-001 through 77-100 are reserved for Presentation Grade Long Range Target Rifles.
  • Serial numbers 77-001 through 77-025 are reserved for Presentation Engraved with Oak & Leather fitted cases custom made and fitted to each rifle.
  • Serial numbers 77-001 through 77-025: price upon request.
  • Serial numbers 77-026 through 77-100 will be Custom Grade Long Range Target Rifles, with or without embellishment.
  • Serial numbers may be reserved with a $1,000.00 deposit.

Delivery: 3 to 24 months, depending on extent of Engraving & Presentation Case.

Shown with Exhibition English Walnut.

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Price as configured:

$7,500.00

Federal Excise Tax, state & Local Taxes and Shipping not included.
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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