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SN 154744. Cal. 44. This fine old Sharp’s is fitted with a 32″ heavy bbl which has seen a lot of use. The barrel is also marked “90” which is indicates the rifle is a .44-90, a “big gun” of its day. The forearm is fitted with the correct pewter forearm tip used during the Hartford years. The buttstock is sound. The rifle was originally fitted with sling swivels but just the bases remain. Typical Sharp’s action fitted with double set triggers. A blade front sight and a Lawrence bbl sight are on the rifle. CONDITION: The bbl has considerable blue remaining, but is bright in the corners of the oct. The bore is still shiny but shows considerable roughness. The action and trigger guard show no remaining case color. Most of the varnish on the forearm and buttstock remain with numerous small dents & dings from handling. A fine old Sharps that would have been at home in the buffalo hunt. 50663-3 (6,000-10,000) – Lot 4202

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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