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    1859 Sharps Rifle - Pedersoli

    **Thread Description Isn't Correct - I have tried to delete "Never Fired" but cannot**

    I have a Pedersoli 1859 Sharps Rifle that I bought from a dealer who had bought it new for personal use.

    He said he bought it around 2007 which agrees with the date code on the receiver.
    If you look at the breech block I think you'd agree that he probably fired it but the bore looks like new - IMHO

    There is one very small "safe queen" ding on the heel of the buttstock.

    Price: $1,100 OBO shipped via FedEx

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    Last edited by 762x51; 4 Days Ago at 11:12 PM. Reason: Added Price
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    2rd Lt Charles A. Miller - Great Grandfather
    Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    Sgt David A. Ray - 2nd Great Grandfather
    Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861
    Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    Pvt R A Harding - Great Grandfather
    Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864
    Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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    Thanks for the offer Chuck but I think I'd rather have an original Smith.

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    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    2rd Lt Charles A. Miller - Great Grandfather
    Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    Sgt David A. Ray - 2nd Great Grandfather
    Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861
    Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    Pvt R A Harding - Great Grandfather
    Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864
    Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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    I found a carbine so now I'm just asking $1,100 including shipping
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    2rd Lt Charles A. Miller - Great Grandfather
    Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    Sgt David A. Ray - 2nd Great Grandfather
    Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861
    Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    Pvt R A Harding - Great Grandfather
    Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864
    Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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    I'm reducing the price to $950.00 + FedEx shipping - No further reduction in price.
    "It is well that war is so terrible lest we should grow too fond of it." Gen. R.E. Lee CSA

    2rd Lt Charles A. Miller - Great Grandfather
    Company G, 42nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry

    Sgt David A. Ray - 2nd Great Grandfather
    Enlisted: Company D, North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment on 10 Aug 1861
    Mustered Out: 9 April 1865

    Pvt R A Harding - Great Grandfather
    Enlisted in Company K, New Hampshire 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment on 17 Sep 1864
    Mustered out on 15 Jun 1865 in Washington, DC

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