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Springfield Armory Model 1884 45-70 Government Trapdoor Rifle - Collectible *1891*

The model 1884 traces its roots back to the design of the Springfield 1873. Most of the changes that identify the model 1884 as a distinct model occurred either before or after 1884. The model 1884 incorporated a significant number of improvements that had been made between 1878 and 1879. It also featured a serrated trigger that had been incorporated into the Springfield rifle design in 1883. The most dramatic change to the rifle design, which is often considered to be the identifying feature of the model 1884, was a new rear sight which had been designed by Lieutenant Colonel Adelbert R. Buffington of the U.S. Army Ordnance Department.

This is a pre-owned Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle chambered in 45-70 Government. It features a 32-inch barrel, adjustable sights, and trapdoor style action. Overall, this Springfield is in good condition with normal wear to the finish throughout the barrel and action. The bore is in good condition with crisp rifling. This would make a great choice for collectors. Buy online today!
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Product Info
  • Brand
  • SKU
    99000984
  • Quantity in stock
    1 item(s) available
  • Condition
    Used
  • Caliber
    .45-70 Government
  • Capacity
    1
  • Barrel Length
    32.5 inches
  • Action Type
    Single-Shot
  • Stock Material
    Wood
  • Stock
    Fixed
  • Weight (unloaded)
    10 lbs
  • Sights
    Yes
  • Scope Rails
    No
  • Optics Included
    No
  • Finish
    Blued
  • Best Designed For
    Collectors
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