Miller - Falling Block
|Estimated Price: $1,600 - $2,500|
|Miller Arms Falling Block Rifle with Tool Box|
|Serial #||Manufacturer||Miller||Model||Falling Block|
|Barrel Length||28 3/4 Inch Part Octagon||Finish||Blue||Grip|
|Stock||walnut||Class||Modern Long Gun||Rating||See Condition|
|Description||Manufactured by the Miller Arms Co. St. Onge, South Dakota. Large dove tailed front sight base and scope bases, the bottom of the action is marked "MILLER ARMS / ST. ONGE S.D." and the serial number. There is no caliber marking and the barrel gauges at 33 caliber. All blue finish, jeweled bolt and mounted with a smooth high gloss, smooth nicely figured walnut forearm and pistol grip stock, with raised comb, cheek piece and Swiss buttplate. Complete with a leatherette toolbox containing various items including lead bullets, a powder measurer, cleaning brushes and primers.
|Condition||Very fine. The rifle retains 95% original blue finish with a few scattered minor dings and scratches on the barrel. There is a noticeable spot of corrosion on the top rear of barrel around the rear scope block. The wood is also excellent with some scattered small minor pressure dents and handling marks. The action is excellent.|
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