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As most collectors know
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As most collectors know
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As most collectors know

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As most collectors know, several thousand Sharps Civil War era Model 1859 & 1863 carbines were overhauled at the Government arsenal, barrels lined to .50-70, and totally refinished. They were then reissued to troops engaged in the Indian Wars out West. This is such a conversion but given the almost total lack of wear would indicate it spent most of it's time with a guard unit or stored at the arsenal. Features include round, lined blue barrel, case color fame, saddle ring & bar, walnut stocks with single barrel band. The buttstock has a sharp as new DFC stamped ribbon (David Clark) The rear sight has the Robbins patent. CONDITION: This gun is a solid 90-95% with bright blue screws, brilliant case colors and near mint wood with just a hint of high edge wear and some minor handling marks. The bore is like new. As good as they come. From the Mel Hrubetz collection.Name Value Accessories Barrel Length 22" Caliber/Bore .50-70 Drop at Comb Drop at Heel FFL Status Antique Length of Pull Manufacturer Sharps Model 1863 Paperwork Serial Number 86367, Name, Value, Accessories, Barrel Length, 22", Caliber/Bore, .50-70, Drop at Comb, Drop at Heel, FFL Status, Antique, Length of Pull, Manufacturer, Sharps, Model, 1863, Paperwork, Serial Number, 86367
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