You are lookin at a brand new White Bison in-line muzzleloading rifle, designed and crafted by Doc White from stored but new Criterion barrels, the best that White ever used, with new internal parts, all of the finest quality. Doc was always a nut for quality. The barrel is 25" long, one inch in diameter and fabulously accurate not only because of its stiffness and weight, but also because of Doc’s famous .035 deep , seven groove rifling with truncated grooves and 1-24 twist. Two inch groups at 200 yards are common with scope and careful shooting. If you use Doc’s heavy slip fit bullets or lighter saboted bullets, you will get better than 1000 ft. lbs. of energy at 200 yards, a statistic that’s difficult to beat.
The White Bison is one of White’s G-series in-line rifles, with pull-cock on the left, ready for the weaker hand, while the rifle remains solidly gripped in the stronger right hand, same design as on most modern sub-machine guns. The barreled action is secured in the stock by a large square recoil lug with a tough tool steel screw. The lug is glass bedded for strength and accuracy. The stock is strong, sturdy maple, the best stock wood there is, with an inch thick high quality Houge recoil pad. The trigger is Timney’s best quality Featherweight, with a right sided safety, to complement the safety built into the cocking handle.
This Bison is fired by Doc’s tool steel one piece nipple-breechplug with #11 cap. A 209 conversion kit is available at extra cost. The maple stock is finished with automotive grade hammered black paint, while the barreled action is finished with Black Oxide Dura-Coat. The stock also comes with fore and aft sling swivels. The ramrod is Delrin with double brass ends including a cleaning jag. The action is drilled and tapped for scope mounts and right side mounted peep. Sights are dovetailed adjustable fld-up rear and brass bead front. You will not find a finer, higher quality, more powerful or more accurate muzzleloading hunting rifle anywhere.