Scarce and unique, Remington Hepburns are widely know as one of the more sought after turn-of-the-century match target rifles. This example has been beautifully preserved. 30 1/4″ octagon/round barrel, originally chambered for .38 and since has been sleeved for .32-40. Splinter forend has nickel tip and finely checkered semi pistol grip stock has a nickeled Schuetzen type butt. Side actuated falling block frame is case colored and vibrant. On top is an unknown brass scope with good glass. Antique, Ships directly to buyers home.
Condition: Antique Good. Other than the sleeved barrel, there does not appear to be any other issues. Bore is excellent in sleeve. Front sight may have been replaced. Bluing is strong (80%) and appears original with some thinning, speckling, and cold blue near front sight. Case color is very strong for age. Small repair on the wood near top tang. Butt stock retains nearly all of its original nickel finish.