Will Shiloh ever...

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Jim VanMiddlesworth
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Will Shiloh ever...

Post by Jim VanMiddlesworth » Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:25 am

...produce 1863's again? I had a Farmingdale .50 carbine a couple of years ago but I'd like to have a Sporting Model in .45 or .50 with set triggers. Finding a used one is next to impossible. The military carbines and rifles are around but not the Sporting Models.
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Todd Birch
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Re: Will Shiloh ever...

Post by Todd Birch » Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:27 pm

I sold my Shiloh .54 '63 Sporter a few years back. They come up occasionally on Canadian Gun Nutz.
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Re: Will Shiloh ever...

Post by Kirk » Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:22 am

Hi guys,
Nothing is written in stone. If you remember years ago when we got so backed up on 74's I had to discontinue them, It doesn't mean they will never be made again, I just needed some breathing room.

Sorry,
Kirk

Jim VanMiddlesworth
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Re: Will Shiloh ever...

Post by Jim VanMiddlesworth » Wed Nov 29, 2017 8:33 am

[quote="Kirk"]Hi guys,
Nothing is written in stone. If you remember years ago when we got so backed up on 74's I had to discontinue them, It doesn't mean they will never be made again, I just needed some breathing room.

Sorry,
Kirk[/quote]

Fair enough, makes perfect sense.
"Dyin' aint much of a livin', boy"

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