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A. Uberti Model 1874 Sharps Down Under Centerfire Rifle

Item # GM438337
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Key Features

  • Double-Set Trigger

  • Case-Hardened Receiver

  • Octagonal Barrel

  • A-Grade Walnut Stock

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Product Description
The original Sharps rifle, patented in 1848 by Christian Sharps, was known for its sturdy action, making them faster and easier to load than conventional muzzleloaders. Chambered in classic .45-70, all 1874 Sharps-replica Uberti rifles are true to the originals. All models of Uberti 1874 Sharps rifles feature a double-set trigger that allows the front trigger to be set to a very light pull weight, an aid to accurate shooting. The top tang on the Sharps receiver is drilled and tapped to accommodate the attachment of a Creedmore rear sight. The Down Under Sharps features a 34-inch octagonal barrel and a case-hardened receiver on a checkered straight A-grade walnut stock.

Model Model 1874 Down Under Sharps
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Single Shot
Caliber .45-70 Gov.
Barrel Length 34"
Weight 11.0 Lbs.
Sights Creedmore Rear
Finish: Stock A-Grade Walnut
Finish : Barrel & Receiver Blued
Capacity 1
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