Sharps. 59-74 77&78 Borshardt
I have quite a number of patterns for the various Sharps models, some not shown here.
Shiloh -1874- Patterns for straight grip and pistolgrip, factory
and Long Range patterns
C. Sharps, Montana Armoury- 1874- Pistolgrip and straight grip Long Range Patterns
Pedersoli 1874, High comb straight grip and factory pistolgrip
Original 1874 Sharps, Sporting straightgrip shotgun, Military with patchbox.
1878 Borshardt- Long Range pattern, one of my most popular patterns, available with or without
There are quite a few variations and even more reproductions by makers both foreign and domestic.
Call for help when ordering.
|John King's Long Range pattern
|Customer finished Borschardt Long Range
Traditional Sharps Pistolgrips
|Ebony Sharps Grip on Rem. Rolling Block
|Credit to Pat Littlechild and Dave Yount, Spokane, WA.
These are traditional pistolgrips for the straightgrip Sharps. While these
do not offer as good a hold as a true pistolgrip stock, they are more economical than converting a straight grip rifle to
pistolgrip. When done correctly, they are one of the finest details on a custom rifle. Before you order one, consider that
these are NOT
a hand filling grip, and you will be not be satisfied if that is what you expect.
Ebony grip, 85.00 delivered
Other woods can be ordered, priced accordingly
-No hardware included-
My friend Curt Hardcastle was kind enough to send me pictures of
his installation of a Treebone ebony sharps grip.
The picture above this shows the grips in the raw as he received
it. The pictures below show the same grip, AFTER Curt shaped and finished it.
These are absolutely stunning when done well, and this job is as
good as it gets. He has gone to considerable effort to refine the shape of the grip, and the customer that had him do
the job is lucky to get this level of work. I believe this cost about 250., and no excuses are required.
Position the grip so the lever can close and the rear tang screw is clear.
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