John Moses Browning's first gun design, a falling block rifle, was perhaps also his most important. The 1885 High Wall (and a variant called the Low Wall) went on to be produced in over 60 calibers, more than any other firearm design in history. Produced from 1885 through the end of 1920, a period when target shooting was extremely popular, this was a rifle capable of great accuracy, even at long ranges.
This modern day reproduction by Cimarron is true in design and style while taking advantage of modern metallurgical processes and manufacturing technology. It features a 30" octagonal barrel, color case hardened receiver and oiled satin finish walnut stock. Like its historical ancestor, this is a superbly accurate rifle. It is a modern day tribute to Browning's most important design.
Specifications and Features:
Falling block single shot
30" octagonal barrel
One round capacity
Color case hardened receiver
Oil satin finished walnut stock
Weight 9.25 lbs