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1874 U.S.A. Shooting Team Creedmoor Sharps 45-70
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| Manufacturer: Armi Sport Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Your Price: $1,317.89
Cimarron Firearms imported Armi Sport version of the USA Shooting Team Creedmoor 1874 Sharps black powder cartridge rifle, 34" round barrel, 45-70. In commemeration of the 1874 Creedmoor match Chiappa and Cimarron Firearms are proud to offer the USA Shooting Team Model 1874 Creedmoor Sharps Rifle. A percentage of the sale of this beautiful reproduction of the rifle commemorating the first international shooting event in the United States will be given to the USA Shooting Team to support their effort to continue our country's legacy in international shooting sports. Shipping weight 14.8 lbs, actual firearm weight 11.3 lbs so this can be used in Silhouette matches.
Manufacturer: Armi Sport Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Shipping Weight: 20 lbs
Average Rating
 4.333333 stars (based on 3 reviews)
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Recent Reviews
Reviewed By: Barry W.
Review Date: 1/17/2015
Comments: The fit and finish is very good. Wood is rather plain. The accuracy with this rifle will amaze you. Using a 400 gr. hollow base Lee nose pour mold with wheelweights +1% tin; @1187 fps. it groups just over 1 moa , with my 69 year old eyes. The Chiappa t...
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Reviewed By: Pat V.
Review Date: 7/9/2014
Comments: I wanted a long range sharps and looked at everything on the market, The USA Shooting Team Sharps caught my eye because of the 1870s styling with pistol grip stock and round barrel. I believe it is a pretty close copy of what the shooting team used in t...
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Reviewed By: Stephen J.
Review Date: 3/21/2014
Comments: As far as the rifle goes, the fit & finish are good. For the money it's a great rifle. The only problem is the supplied vernier sight is garbage and is basically useless. I'll be changing it for a Kelly sight.
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