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Manufacturer located in Springfield, MA, circa 1882-1890. Designed by prolific inventor James Herbert Bullard, the design, quality, and workmanship of Bullard rifles rivaled those of any competitor during the 1880s. Bullard made two basic rifles: a lever action repeater and a single shot. The repeater was made in two frame styles: large and small. The single shot was also made in two basic styles; solid frame and detachable-interchangeable barrel model. Total production is estimated at 2,800 rifles.
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