1860 Volunteer Target Rifle (1859 c.)


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On the 16th of November 1859 the British “National Rifle Association” was founded, aimed at the promotion of target shooting in British territories, intended to heavily support the Volunteer Rifle Corps. The British N.R.A., for the first time, organized a national event held at Wimbledon in 1860. Taking inspiration from this historical sporting event we are glad to introduce to you the “Volunteer Rifle” featuring a .451 caliber barrel, broach rifled with an optimal twist for target shooting at 100-150 meters. Tunnel front sight and high precision Creedmore sight. Light trigger pull, with oil finished hand checkered stock.

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 8.82 lbs




Twist mm - inches

530 mm – 1:21”

Barrel Length mm - inches

838 mm – 33”

Overall length mm - inches

1230 mm – 48 7/16”

kg - lbs

4.1 kg – 8.82 lbs



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