Navy Arms Parker-Hale Whitworth Rifle .451 caliber


What first made this gun famous was the iconic sketch in Battles and Leaders of a Confederate sniper positioned in a tree branch with his trusty Whitworth rifle. Since the 1970's when Navy Arms first began producing the Parker-Hale Whitworth, the gun has been used by skirmishers, precision target shooters and hunters alike, all to great effect.

The Parker-Hale Whitworth features an American walnut stock sporting the famed round "Parker-Hale" stock cartouche and checkered at the wrist and forend. Bone charcoal color-case hardened hammers, locks and barrel bands are all hand-finished in the United States, and a precision hammer-forged .451 hexagonal-bored barrel ensures unparalleled accuracy at the farthest distances.

36" barrel, 52 1/2" OAL, Rate of twist: 1:20, 9lbs, 10oz.

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