Manufacturing details of the Bullard Repeating Arms Lever Action|
by Scott Crawford - July 26, 2021
- The distinctive Bullard rifles are desirable on the collector market today due to their limited production (estimated 10,000-12,000) from 1886 to 1890.
- Available from: 1886 to 1890
- Cartridges:.32-40-150, .38-45-190, .40-70-232, .40-75-258, .40-90-300, .45-85-290 and the .50-115-300
- Notes: The Bullard Repeating Arms Company attempted to compete for sales against the likes of Winchester, Marlin, and Whitney. The fierce competition stymied their sales and profits and thus halted the manufacture of these formidable lever actions after just a few years, despite their smooth and fast actions and quality craftsmanship.
||.32, .38, .40, .45 & .50
||26 to 28 Rounds
||Round or Octagon Blued Steel
||Scope Mount Type
|Rate of Twist
||Length of Pull
||Blued or Case Hardened Steel
||1,200 yards folding ladder
||Walnut stock, checkering and engraving available on special order
||German silver blade
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