My wife commented that she wanted to get a Sharps rifle. We've got lots of guns and enjoy shooting our Marlin 1895 45/70 and can get the loads up pretty fast incase we want to hunt with it. Can the Sharps handle anything more then the old Trap Door Springfield could? I know they made them in 45/70/90/110 and several 50 and 54 calibers but don't know much about using smokeless powder in them. When loading for our Marlin I always used loads for it/Ruger #1 and the Simese Mauser. Who makes the best Sharps reproduction gun?