While I do like the FN P90 for its futuristic looks, I’m also a fan of older guns (though I personally draw the line at the front-stuffer charcoal burners). In fact, like many, I’ve lusted after one of these
ever since I saw “Quigley, Down Under.” This is, of course the 1874 “Quigley” Sharps made with loving care by Shiloh Sharps of Big River Montana. I would probably wimp out and get it chambered in the commercially available .45-70 rather than the shoulder-thumping .45-110 though.
It is a beautiful piece, isn’t it? Wish I had a spare $3.5k.