Farrow Falling Block Rifle
Designed by W.M. Farrow, a target shooter, who had worked on Ballard rifles for Marlin Company. Farrow rifles are chambered for various calibers and have barrel lengths from 28"- 36" of octagonal configuration. Feature tang sights and are all blued or have a nickel-plated receiver. Stocks are walnut. Two grades offered, that varied according to grade of wood used. Rifles are quite scarce on today's market. Number manufactured between 1885 and 1900 is unknown.
No. 1 Model
Fancy walnut with checkering and Schutzen buttplate.