Ad Categories:


#4816 Marlin-Ballard No. 5 “Pacific Rifle”, octagon barrel, 30”x45/70

Description

#4816 Marlin-Ballard No. 5 “Pacific Rifle”, octagon barrel, 30”x45/70 caliber with VG bore ..about an “7” on a scale of 10, and a tight action. Made between 1876 to 1891, these were simple, uncomplicated, but VERY sturdy single-shot Sporting Rifles capable of most big game in North America. Very good metal with just minor scattered light pitting, bumps and bruises under an old brown patina. Markings are somewhat light but readable. Desireable double-set triggers (which were standard on this “Pacific” Model), standard open Rocky Mountain front and low buckhorn Sporting rear barrel sight. Unfortunately the wood has seen severe treatment and weather splitting on the forestock and the buttstock also shows a weather crack. It still is solid enough to be used, but should be cosmetically be repaired An early 1880s single-shot rifle in a popular big caliber capable for most big game on the North American continent. Betcha it has a pretty noticeable thump to ones shoulder when you pop off a few rounds in this old Boomer!! G-VG as described. $1850



















Price: $1,850.00


Ad Details

Ad ID

3980

Ad Expires

02/05/2018 (in 19 days)

Ad Created

01/05/2018

General Details

Seller

Tom Burness   View Feedback

Seller Rating

01234

Seller Policies

Show Policies

Ads in category Ads from seller Print this ad

Other Ads from Tom Burness

#4600 Winchester 1866 OBFMCB, 44RF, late 3rd variation in the 131XXX range (1874).
#4890 Colt “Thuer Derringer”, AKA Model 3 side-swing .41RF
#0570 Pair of Patilla style  Spanish Miguelette pistols, c,1690-1730, approx 60-caliber
#4905 Colt 1849 Pocket Model, 152XXX(1857), 4” barrel, iron strapped
#1395  Springfield 1873 Trapdoor SPORTING RIFLE, 40/65 caliber (40-2-1/2” Sharps Straight)
#4954 Colt S/A 7-1/2”x45, 39XXX range (1877), fine bore
#4545 Germanic/Belgian Trade Pistol, large military size percussion with a 9“ iron barrel
#4934 Winchester 1886 OBFMCB 40/82WCF serial range in the 105XXX (1896),
#0221 “The Book of Winchester Engraving” by the late R.L. Wilson
#4901 Colt 1851 Navy revolver, 4th Variation, 164XXX (1863), VG bore
#4872 Colt 1860 Army, "Thuer" conversion, 8"x44Thuer
#4559 “Protection” marked revolver, 3-1/4”x.28caliber
#4808 Remington No.1 “Smoot” revolver, 30RF, early production w/recoil shield
#4762 Winchester 1873 RBFMCB, 44WCF with VG++ bore
#4924 Winchester 1873 OBFMCB 38WCF, 3rd Variation , 297XXX (1888)