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John Bodine Rolling Block Rifle, 45-70 34" Oct.
Item: S821  Ample Stock
| Manufacturer: Pedersoli
Your Price: $1,864.50
To comply with target shooters and hunters requests in the late 1800's Remington offered custom built rifles equipped, on special order, with double set triggers. Davide Pedersoli Co. is now pleased to introduce the "John Bodine" Rolling Block Rifle, this new version is equipped with double set triggers. European walnut pistol grip shotgun butt stock with 2 3/4" drop, 14 1/2" length of pull and steel for end tip. Rifle weight is approximately 12.5 pounds, 34" full octagon barrel, 1-18" twist broach cut rifled barrel. Windage adjustable vernier tang sight, globe front sight with 12 interchangeable inserts and a rear buckhorn barrel sight.

To prevent stock damage we ship this with the butt stock removed!
Manufacturer: Pedersoli
Shipping Weight: 40 lbs
Dimensions: 56" x 12" x 9"
Average Rating
 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Recent Reviews
Reviewed By: Terry D.
Review Date: 6/30/2015
Comments: On March 30th 2015 I purchased this rifle. I am not new to shooting but this is my first black powder anything. A few friends have them and I enjoyed shooting theirs. So I took a big leap and could not be happier. This rifle is fun and accurate to shoo...
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Reviewed By: Rob
Review Date: 9/19/2014
Comments: This is my second .45-70 and a huge step up from the H&R Buffalo Classic (which is a Great bang-for-the-buck introductory rifle to this caliber and single shot rifles in general). I really like the simplicity of the rolling block action, and with few mo...
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