Rifles listed below are duplicates in my collection. In the process of acquiring originals for the purpose of reverse engineering the parts for reproduction, I have necessarily acquired more than one example of some contracts. Please contact me regarding additional photographs and description details. In those cases where I have more than one duplicate, the photo used will remain on the website while that contract model is in stock. In that case "file photo" will be noted. If you have something you desire for your collection that you do not see listed let me know as I may be able to refer you to a source for that item. In those instances where an FFL or C&R is required for transfer it will be so noted in the description. Because the firearm listed may be sold pending funds please contact me before ordering to insure it is still available.
Early Round Top Sporting Model. Chambered .46 rim fire. Marcot indicates the early round tops were manufactured from 1868 to 1872. Most of them were manufactured in a rim fire cartridge. Many of those surviving have been altered in one way or another including center fire conversions. The few remaining unmolested round top sporting rifles are rare. There are a number of variations of these round tops. This one has the type #4 butt plate, a round steel forend tip and the sculptured shadow line trigger guard bow (rather unusual in its own right). For documentation of these and other features see chapter 3 in Marcot's book on the Rolling Block Sporting Rifles. $1850 SOLD
#1 Sporting Model 32 rim fire. This rifle is post 1873 having a high shelf receiver with the later type ebony wedge schnabel forend. Light tapered octagon barrel. Factory option rocky mountain front sight with the standard type #3 rear barrel sight. Fancy fiddleback walnut stock and forend with nice oil finish. The butt stock wood is proud of the metal but there are no wrist panels on this stock. Fair bore it has rifling but shows considerable wear. $1250
#7 Sporting and Target Rifle. This is the gem of rolling block collectables. Less than 350 made. This rifle chambered .22 rim fire. 26 inch half octagon half round barrel. This rifle is made even more rare by the fact that it has British proof marks. Excellent bore. a concentric ring on the muzzle indicates the rifle has had a new liner installed. Photo to be added. $7900
#1 Sporting Rifle Barreled Action .32-40 This is an original action with the original barrel. The barrel is marked E. Remington & Sons. Illion N.Y. on the top flat as well as 32 on the bottom flat. The rifle came from the factory as a .32 rim fire. The breech block has been converted to center fire and color cased. The barrel has a new liner and is chambered in .32-40 center fire. The barrel has the original front sight base. The blade has been replaced with a white material. The rear sight dovetail is empty. The receiver tang is drilled and tapped for an original Remington tang sight base. A nice traditional rifle now in a very desirable caliber. $1000 Treebone carved 90% wood stock set available add $225 SOLD pending funds
#2 Sporting Rifle .32 rim fire. excellent color case. very good blue and wood. Most #2s are not in this good of condition. I have more photos for the serious collector. Type 3 rear barrel sight with original elevator. $650 SOLD
1889 Barreled Action 45-70 This barreled action is from an estate. Action was manufactured by Husqvarna in 1876 in the Remington style using a button to retain the receiver pins. It was converted to smokeless 8x58R about 1889. This conversion included new breech block and hammer serial numbered to the rifle as well as heat treating the receiver. The receiver, hammer and breech block all have matching serial numbers. The action was subsequently barreled .45-70. The barrel is half octagon half round 26 1/2 inches long. It has dovetail cuts for the front sight and under lug for mounting a sporting model forend. The upper tang has been drilled and tapped for a tang sight. The tang sight mounting holes are 1.5 inches apart. This item is priced at approximately the cost of components prior to the gunsmithing involved. An excellent barrel and receiver combination for building a sporting model rifle. $750 SOLD