Homer Fisher of New York, USA, sold his own brand of long range muzzle loading match rifle and other American breech loading long range rifles. He noted in his adverts that "All Long Range Rifles will, if desired, be tested and sighter at Creedmoor, without extra charge."
Fisher was a member of both the Amateur and Empire Rifle Clubs of New York and the US Team to Ireland in 1880. The following brief note is compiled from biographic sources published in 1880:
Homer Fisher has been concerned in the gun business in New York for many years, and he has much experience with firearms. He is 38 years old and a native of Connecticut. During the war he was a member of Company K, Thirteenth Regiment, Brooklyn, where he held a Sergeant's warrant. He has been a short-range rifleman for many years and is a leading member of the Amateur and Empire Rifle Clubs. He began long-range rifle practice in 1877. He is not a brilliant marksman, but is a sound one and is always found well up the list in matches at long or short range.