(Top to Bottom) 1.  Sharps Model 1852 Slant Breech .36 caliber percussion (only 7 made in that caliber) sporting carbine, DST, swivels, no saddle ring, iron mounted, tang/globe sights, made 1853-1855  2. Sharps early Model 1851 Box Lock Sporter, (193 made 1852-1853), round barrel, .44 caliber percussion  3. Shiloh 1863 Percussion Sporter, .54 cal., made 1979  4. Sharps Model 1853 Slant Breech percussion shotgun, 320 made 1853-1857.   5. Sharps 1853 Slant Breech percussion Sporter, .36 cal.,  note factory saddle ring on lower tang, made 1854-1859 NOTE: THESE ITEMS NOT FOR SALE

(Top to Bottom)1. Model 1869 Saddle Ring Carbine .50-70   2. Model 1874 Civilian Carbine/Light Hunter's Model, 25" barrel, .50-70, shipped to Denver, Colorado 1876   3. 1874 Business Model .45-70, shipped 1879   4. Shiloh Business Model, .50-70, made about 1980   5) 1874 Military Rifle, .50-70, shipped to Dodge City, Kansas 1873. NOTE: THESE ITEMS NOT FOR SALE

 

Top: Sharps 1874 shipped in 1875 to Denver, Colorado, obviously Indian used/decorated   Middle: Shiloh 1874  Hartford, .40-70 SS, 30" standard oct., crescent butt, ex. fancy, AA finish, etc., MVA sights, made 2000  Bottom: Early Sharps Model 1869 Sporter (only 50 made), 26" heavy oct., .44-77 caliber, 11 lbs., shipped 1869. NOTE: THESE ITEMS NOT FOR SALE

Top:1874 Standard Sporter, 30" oct., .45-70, 11 lb, 2 oz., Shipped to California 1878    Middle: Shiloh No.3, .45-110, shotgun butt with steel plate, No.3 Bull Barrel (17 1/2 lbs with scope), polished barrel, made 1992.  Bottom:1874 Sharps Heavy Sporter, 15 lb, 9 oz., 30" oct, .45-110, shipped 1877 to Ft. Griffin, Texas (one of the few true "buffalo guns") NOTE: THESE ITEMS NOT FOR SALE

                                         Top: 1874 H. Slotterbeck (California gunsmith) conversion of military rifle to light oct. sporter with wiping rod under barrel, .45-90, shipped from Sharps factory 1876   Middle: Shiloh 1874 No.3 .50-90, military butt, No.2 Bull Barrel (15 lbs), extra fancy, pewter tip, AAA finish, polished barrel/screws, etc., MVA sights, made 2002.   Bottom:  1874 Sporter, cal. .50, 12 1/2 lbs, shipped San Francisco, California in 1874, note California style keyed forend with wiping rod under barrel. NOTE: THESE ITEMS NOT FOR SALE

 

Top: Original 1863 gunsmith conversion to approx. 44 cal. round barrel percussion sporter with wiping rod.

Middle: Shiloh 1863 .50 cal. percussion Hartford Sporter.

Bottom: Shiloh 1863 .38 cal percussion Saddle Rifle with custom lower tang saddle ring.

 

Top: Shiloh No.3 .50-90 with 14 lb. half octagon bull barrel

Bottom: Original Sharps 1874 Bridgeport Sporter, .40-90BN, 16 lb. shipped in January, 1878 to Sharps Western Agent, Ben Kittridge & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio

 

ORIGINAL SHARPS MODEL 1877 "LOWER" SPORTERS- ONLY 75 MADE (SERIAL NUMBERED D1 TO D75) AND ALL SOLD/SHIPPED TO J. P. LOWER OF DENVER, COLORADO IN 1880.

Top: 1877 .45-70, 30" octagon sporter (31 made).

Bottom: 1877 .45-70 28" round sporter (14 made)