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  1. Took a While

    Here are some pictures. 1870 trapdoor, no serial number, 50-70. Not a conversion.
  2. Update for 1870 Trapdoor Springfield 50-70. I...

    Update for 1870 Trapdoor Springfield 50-70. I installed a new replica rear sight and a replacement original firing pin. Now I have a shooter. Loaded 10 rounds and had successful time at range. Will...
  3. Thanks I will. I went to the public range a lot...

    Thanks I will. I went to the public range a lot when Mike was there even came to a turkey shoot with you guys. Good reason to go back. Thanks
  4. It is a Trapdoor

    It is a Trapdoor
  5. I was wrong on just about everything except the...

    I was wrong on just about everything except the caliber. It is a model 1870 Springfield 50-70. It is centerfire and the extractor and ejector function correctly. It has a blade and post fixed sight...
  6. I will look at the rifle again and get any...

    I will look at the rifle again and get any numbers and length that will help identify correctly this weapon. I like large cartridge rifles but don't want to buy something cobbled together. Will also...
  7. After doing some research I see this is not an...

    After doing some research I see this is not an easy question to answer. I will get back to the rifle with tape measure and camera and continue looking into this myself. I am still looking for...
  8. Model 1870 Springfield Trapdoor (Revision 2)

    Hello, I was looking at this rifle today and have waited to buy while I find out about this rifle. First, the price was 499 US dollars. Looking at reloading parts, brass dies bullets powder and such...
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