Dominik Sołtysik

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GUN OF THE DAY – Sharps “Big 50” Rifle Discover more about this gold standard GOTD for buffalo hunting on the plains: http://bit.ly/1GbXpHc.

GUN OF THE DAY – Sharps “Big 50” Rifle Discover more about this gold standard GOTD for buffalo hunting on the plains: http://bit.ly/1GbXpHc.

Sharps buffalo and deer

Shiloh Sharp A Shiloh Sharps rifle - made in Big Timber, Montana and engraved with a mule deer on the side of the action and a scene of bison on the sideplate.

An ornately engraved percussion target rifle crafted by A. Escherich or Baltimore, mid 19th century.

An ornately engraved percussion target rifle crafted by A. Escherich or Baltimore, mid century.

Beautiful Sharps rifle

A rifle that blends classic lines with quality craftsmanship, the new Lyman Model 1878 can bring home either the trophy or the bacon, and rides long on pride of ownership.

An engraved percussion muzzleloading target rifle crafted by L.W. Tisdel of Scranton, PA. Mid 19th century.

An engraved percussion muzzleloading target rifle crafted by L. Tisdel of Scranton, PA.

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Winchester 1885 Custom Deluxe .25-20 SS caliber rifle. Custom work is very professionally done and is dated on top of the barrel “4-20-20”. Barrel and frame have been restored. Wood is beautiful full figured deluxe and checkered with a cheek piece and a Swiss style butt plate. Gun has double set triggers. Bore is excellent!

Winchester 1885 Custom Deluxe .25-20 SS caliber rifle. Custom work is very professionally done and is dated on top of the barrel “4-20-20”. Barrel and frame have been restored. Wood is beautiful full figured deluxe and checkered with a cheek piece and a Swiss style butt plate. Gun has double set triggers. Bore is excellent!

Garbed in a fringed buckskin costume this “western” poser grasps what appears to be a percussion Sharps New Model 1863 straight-breech carbine without a patchbox. The ignition system, outmoded at the time the photograph was taken circa 1885-95, suggests that the gun most likely served as a studio prop. – Courtesy Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 2003.111 –

Garbed in a fringed buckskin costume this “western” poser grasps what appears to be a percussion Sharps New Model 1863 straight-breech carbine without a patchbox. The ignition system, outmoded at the time the photograph was taken circa 1885-95, suggests that the gun most likely served as a studio prop. – Courtesy Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 2003.111 –