The Quigley model is based on the Hartford model, which is still made. The Quigley has certain features you can't change, but is a fine rifle, available in .45-70 and .45-110 only. The Hartford model can be made in a plain configuration (costing much less than the Quigley) or in a very fancy model which makes the Quigley look cheap. The Hartford model I hve spec'd out costs about what the Quigley costs, but has different features. Only problem with Shiloh is there is a waiting list, but if you want quality, there it is.
After I get the spec'd out Hartford, I might have enough saved up for an honest to God Quigley in .45-110.
Man are those nice rifles.