@Johnksg Yes it is.
1874 SHARPS with a pewter tip hartford collar. one i quiggly down under, was a 45/120
I liked the 45/110 you could always trim a 120 case down, if you couldnt find 110’s
only reason i like the lyman #2 VT sight better, 2 discks with the lyman, most repop creedmores are more expensive, as is a Ferguson, with 1 fixed disc…
John, this fell out from the skids of yer time machine when ya landed. from a revolutionary period…
Yea. I said Sharps. Just didn’t know which model.
@GOBLIN I went and downloaded that eye candy just for you. I have shot my brother’s .45-70 givernment and I consider that to be a MAN’S gun…so what does that make the .44-120? Lol
Yep you were right. I got happy fingers and screwed up my own game. LOL
@GOBLIN gonna admit you got me on just about anything made prior to 1880. I can’t tell tne difference between an Enfield from a Springfield.
I am gonna make a WAG…brown bess?
that aint either. its a British Ferguson…
Maj. Ferguson of the ranger/sniper fame?
Battle of brandywine creek, 1777. Capt Patrick Ferguson Ferguson rifle was accurate to 300/400 meters the rifle could put 15 balls in the target at 200M in 5 minutes…
Try this one.
Hint : not USA made.
@Jperr pretty sure that is either a Japanese type 4 or a type 5 (they get called both)
Am I right?
7.7X58 Jap copy of a M1 Garand, type 4/5
@Johnksg Awesome job. Reverse engineered from a M1 garand. Chambered in 7.7 to match the Arisaka. But the magazine was able to be topped off.
most of those were prototypes…
@Jperr to be honest I know nothing about that rifle other than it had problems and never entered service.
But I did remember it was Japanese who tried to copy the M1 Garand.
Okay its @GOBLIN turn and no muskets and absolutely no tacticool muzzle breachers!
dang it, and i just painted a hole-saw black to mount on a 22…