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H&R Buffalo Classic Centerfire Rifle

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hr_1871_inc The sporting tradition, American history and good ol' fashioned quality craftsmanship come together in a big-bore rifle built to celebrate a legacy that began in 1871. Offered in 45-70 Gov't., the Buffalo Classic's 32" midweight barrel helps this big-bore cartridge develop full velocity and accuracy potential. It also provides the necessary sighting radius for long-range matches. The Williams receiver sight is complemented by a traditional globe-style target front sight with eight aperture inserts. The Buffalo Classic also reflects true 19th century styling, including antique color case hardening on the frame and crescent butt plate. Plus cut checkering on an American black walnut stocks and forend and Lyman target front sights with eight aperture inserts finish out this fine package.

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Specifications
Action Break Open Action (Single Shot
Caliber 45-70 Govt
Barrel Length 32"
Capacity 1
Trigger Standard
Safety Transfer Bar
Length 46"
Weight 8 lbs
Stock American Walnut
Finish Blue Steel Barrel/Case Hardene
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