SPRINGFIELD 1884, TRAPDOOR 45-70

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Item 797029307
Location Jefferson, GA 30549
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The model 1884 "Trapdoor" Springfield was the first standard-issue breech-loading rifle adopted by the United States Army (although the model 1866 trapdoor had seen limited issue to troops along the Bozeman Trail in 1867). The gun, in both full-length and carbine versions, was widely used in subsequent battles against the American Indians. The model 1873 was the fifth variation of the Allin trapdoor design, and was named for its hinged breechblock, which opened like a trapdoor. The infantry rifle model featured a 32?-inch (829 mm) barrel, while the cavalry carbine used a 22-inch (560 mm) barrel chambered in the 45-70 Government cartridge. It was superseded by an improved model, the Springfield model 1884, also in .45-70 caliber. This is a Springfield 1884 Trapdoor rifle chambered in 45-70 Government. It features a 32-inch barrel, trapdoor action, adjustable rear rifle sights, and metal butt plate. Overall, this Springfield is in good condition throughout the stock, barrel, and side lock. The bore condition is good with some wear , but it has crisp rifling. This would make a great choice for Springfield collectors. Buy online today! Stock has cut out for experimental McCaffe loading device, not included. ships free, SHOW FOR INFORMATION ONLY, NOT INCLUDED
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1884/springfield/45-70
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Weight
7.00 Pounds