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Obsolete Calibre Alexander Henry Model 1871 Rifle

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This item is no longer available and is for refence only

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Obsolete Calibre Alexander Henry 1st Model 1871 .577 Calibre Long Rifle by Westly Richards in very good condition, and with Australian New South Wales military markings. In late 1870s the New South Wales government placed its first order for 2500 rifles with Alexander Henry, part of which was subcontracted to Westley Richards. The first rifles were delivered about late 1871. The weapons were issued variously to the "Permanent Artillery," Naval Brigade, and various combinations of regular and volunteer artillery, cavalry, mounted rifles, infantry, cadets, engineers, police, and prison guards. Only 6500 were ever made. Obsolete Calibre, no licence required.



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