Made circa 1880s. Made in 1890. 45-70 calibers with 22 ½” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina. The forearm has been checkered. Wood is good. This gun was mostly likely in a very dry climate as there are small dry cracking in the butt stock. Action works well and still has all of the magazine components. Action works well. Bore is dark.
Hotchkiss & Winchester-Lee
Serial No. 16213 chambered in 6mm Lee Navy second contract Navy rifle in overall good condition with slight usage and handling wear noted. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling noted. Stock is good with minor dings visible.
Serial No. 3385 chambered in 6mm Lee Navy circa 1896 with a 28" round barrel. Overall a very good example of a Winchester Model 1895. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling noted. Metal retains 90% original bluing that is thinning in some areas. Wood shows dings, gouges and mars. Action functions correctly.
Serial number 14976 Winchester- Hotchkiss 2nd Model 1879 carbine chambered in 45-70 with a 22.5" barrel. Overall fair condition with metal being a brown patina finish. Wood shows usage and handling wear with cracks noted at the saddle ring. Bore shows pitting in the grooves. These were issued to the 4th Cavalry and are made from 1st model carbines. Action functions correctly.
Serial Number 2388. Winchester-Hotchkiss Bolt action rifle chambered in .45-70 with a 29" barrel. Metal is a scattered light grey patina. Wood shows nicks and dings with bilateral cracks noted at receivers end. Bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling. Action functions correctly.
The second model Navy Winchester-Hotchkiss rifle was produced circa 1880 by Springfield Armory using a mix of Winchester and Springfield parts. 999 were manufactured. The second model is distinguished by the safety and magazine cut off levers on top of the receiver sides. The 28.75" round 45 Government centerfire caliber (45-70) barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. It is...
Commercial straight pull rifle. Metal is turning to a gray and brown patina. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Wood is good with some nicks and dings. Good overall condition.
Winchester First Model Hotchkiss Saddle Ring Carbine. Comes with a factory letter. The overall length is approximately 44” the 24” round, 45.10 centerfire caliber. Barrel has a fine bright bore with frosting in the grooves. All metal is a smooth blue/brown. The stock is very good with the usual stress crack around the action. It also has usage nicks and dings. The front sight...
Scarce Winchester Hotchkiss 3rd Model 1883 carbine. Carbine has beautiful case coloring on the receiver. Bore is dark and does have a ring inside. Carbine is not safe to shoot! Stock is in great shape, shows minor handling wear. Carbine has been refinished.A very good example of a scarce carbine.