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Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF101696994

Key Features

  • Action - Single Shot

  • Caliber - .45-70 Gov.

  • Barrel Length - 32-1/2"

  • Weight - 9.0 Lbs.

  • Sights - Open w/ Adjustable Rear

Our Price   $799.99

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Product Description
A standard of the Old West, the Model 1873 Trapdoor was the first standard-issued breech-loading rifle adopted by the United States Army. The rifle was named for its hinged breechblock, which opens like a trapdoor. Among other features, this model incorporates a unique bayonet which also served as a cleaning rod and was carried full time and retracted under the barrel except in use. This early model US Government military rifle features a 32-1/2" blued barrel with an adjustable rear stock, a half-cock on hammer safety, and a non-original stock. Its wood and bore are in good condition and its metal is in very good condition.
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Specifications
Model Model 1873 Trapdoor
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Single Shot
Caliber .45-70 Gov.
Barrel Length 32-1/2"
Weight 9.0 Lbs.
Sights Open w/ Adjustable Rear
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety Half-Cock
Capacity 1
Stock Condition Good
Metal Condition Very Good
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 14-3/4"
Date of Manf. 1873-1877

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