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Vintage-firearms. Looks like the rifle is from, "Quigley Down Under."

A typical buffalo rifle of the late is this Winchester High Wall, equipped with a crude but effective telescopic sight.

Graham Turret Gun - Edmund H. Graham’s 1856 patent outlines the GOTD's unique features – a rotating turret with 5 .60 caliber chambers with each chamber set 72 degrees apart. But there was a problem. The horizontal turret design meant that at least 2 chambers were facing backwards towards the shooter and in an age of potential multiple discharges – Graham’s gun was a distinct liability to fire. Perhaps that is why there was only one? NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA

Graham Turret Gun - Edmund H. Graham’s 1856 patent – a rotating turret with