I am always a sucker for a nice piece of wood Rifle Furniture with some checkering on it . This Rifle would be snatched up by me at light speed if my allowance would allow it.
A nice looking rifle in a very interesting caliber at least for me.
.50-70 Government Type Rifle Place of origin USA Service history In service 1866-1873 Used by USA Production history Designed 1866 Specifications Case type Rimmed straight Bullet diameter .515 in (13.1 mm) Neck diameter .535 in (13.6 mm) Base diameter .565 in (14.4 mm) Rim diameter .660 in (16.8 mm) Rim thickness .065 in (1.7 mm) Case length 1.75 in (44 mm) Overall length 2.25 in (57 mm) Primer type Large rifle Maximum pressure 22,500 psi (155 MPa) Ballistic performance Bullet … Continue reading “Springfield Armory BREECH LOADER MOD. 1866 W/1864 LOCK 32 INCH BARREL .50-70 Government”
Thanks to California’s Politicians and their Crusade against the 2nd Amendment. All I can say is Good luck trying to find one of these fine pistols out here!
This is an absolutely gorgeous example of a John King Custom .45-70 Remington Rolling Block style rifle built by John King out of Kila, Montana. It has a spirit level tunnel front sight but the rear sight has been removed. Nice clean bore with crisp clear rifling. The color case hardening on the receiver and … Continue reading “JOHN KING CUSTOM – KILA, MONTANA REM. ROLLING BLOCK STYLE HEAVY OCTAGON 28 INCH BL .45-70 Govt.”
Not your big brothers 10/22 for sure! All it takes is some time and a fair amount of time! Then you can have your own one of a kind! Ruger 10/22 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ruger 10/22 10/22 Carbine Type Rimfire semi-automatic rifle Place of origin United States Production history Designer William B. Ruger, Harry H. Sefried … Continue reading “Some Ruger 10/22 Stuff”