The Single Shot High-Wall rifle, a John Browning design, was built from late 1885 through the end of 1920. Strong and well built, it became a very common choice for target shooting, which was extremely popular at the time. Built in about 65 different types of cartridge and calibers, more that any other rifle, it was considered versatile and extremely accurate. This modern day reproduction features a color case hardened frame, blued barrel and walnut stock.
Specifications and Features:
.45-70 Government caliber
Single shot sliding breech action
1 round capacity
Color case hardened frame
Buckhorn rear and blade front sights
Overall length 49"
Weight 10 lbs