Between 1876 and 1880, the Sharps Rifle company offered a no-frills, round-barreled "Business Rifle," for the shooter who wanted to get the job done, but wasn't interested in the various "extras" offered by the company. Nonetheless, the Business Rifle still boasted of the accuracy and hard-hitting qualities of other 1874 model Sharps rifles and was equipped with double set triggers. Cimarron's handsome Business rifle has a 32-inch octagonal barrel with the traditional color case hardened receiver, hammer and lever, double-set triggers, a straight walnut stock with the post 1875-type schnabble-tipped forearm and the comfortable shotgun-style butt plate, and is chambered for the popular .45-70 Government cartridge. Sights are a buckhorn rear and blade front sight. When you shoot a Cimarron Business Rifle, you'll be Takin' Care of Business!