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Cimarron 1874 Billy Dixon Sharps

Mongo
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Howdy;

    Have decided to focus my limited long range opportunities on rifle caliber lever category so have this NIB (unfired) Cimarron 1874 Billy Dixon .45-70 for sale.  It has the octagon 32" barrel with pewter fore end tip & very pretty wood.  I paid $1,220.00 at Bud's a few months ago.  Rifle includes a Lee Shaver vernier long range tang sight ($225.00) and Shaver front globe sight w/inserts ($100) that have been mounted & laser aligned.  Selling for $975.00

Mongo Slim

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Topic starter Posted : November 16, 2018 4:22 pm
Crash
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Mongo im interested in your 4570 can you send me a picture. what kind of action is it.   texascrash@att.net

Thanks Crash

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Posted : November 21, 2018 7:29 pm
Mongo
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Thanks Crash....

    I will send pic asap.  It's a Sharps (think Quigley Down Under) so has a falling block action, lever actuated.  The "Quigley" model has a patch box & a 34" barrel but otherwise this "Billy Dixon" 32" looks identical.  You can get the specs by searching Cimmaron AS100 on the internet.

Mongo

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Topic starter Posted : November 22, 2018 7:07 am
Crash
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Mongo ill take the rifle. 

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Posted : November 22, 2018 6:48 pm
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