SN: 123326. Made in 1901. .45-70 with a 22" barrel. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Takedown Winchester with adjustable rear sights. Rifle retains approximately 80% of factory blue with faint case colors on the lever and hammer. Stock is in very good condition with minimal handling wear, butt pad has been replaced with a thick rubber butt pad. Comes with Letter certifying date of...
Winchester - Model 1886
SN: 82790. Made in 1893. 45-70 with a 26" barrel. Bore is very good with light pitting. Lever action rifle with 80% original finish on barrel and mag tube. The receiver has a silvery patina with traces of case colors. The butt plate has some rust on it. Wood is very good with some marks and wear. A very fine Winchester 1886 in desirable .45-70 caliber.
Lever action rifle chambered in .45-70 Government with a 22" barrel with polish blue finish, color cased receiver, saddle ring and black walnut stock with a satin oil finish. NEW. UPC: 048702023699
Serial number 78099. Made in 1893. 40-65 with a 26” barrel. Barrel has 75% of the original blue. Very good case colors remain, though faded. Wood is excellent with a coat of oil applied. Very fine case hardened Rifle!
Serial number 28796. Made in 1889. 40-82 caliber with a 26” round barrel This gun is in very fine condition. The barrel has almost full coverage of thinning original blue. The case colors are bright and shiny. Wood is excellent and has lots of figure in the buttstock. This gun comes with a factory records check confirming all features.
Serial number 47718. Made in 1890. 50-100 caliber with a 21 ½” barrel. This gun was converted to 50-100 caliber and needs to be inspected by a competent gunsmith before attempting to fire it. We do not sell this gun as being safe to fire. The metal has a mottled gray patina with scattered pitting. Wood is custom replacements.
Made in 1891. 40-82 with a 26” barrel. Metal has a gray patina with minor spots of pitting. Wood is very good. Bore is dark with pitting.
SN: 00289ZT86A. Modern Deluxe Grade lever action Winchester with 24" octagonal barrel and case colored receiver, lever and forend cap. Has excellent high grade walnut stock. Overall excellent condition.
Serial number 93306. Made in 1894. 45-90 caliber with a 26” barrel. Metal has a dark brown patina. Wood is very good. Bore is very good!
Serial number 115863. Made in 1898. 45-70 caliber with a 26” barrel. Very fine gun with a lot of the original finish. Barrel has 85%-90% of the original blue. Good case colors remain that are turning to a silvery patina. Some light blue case colors remain on the right hand side of the frame. Wood is very good overall.
SN:139203. Manufactured in 1906. Desirable take down model. Bore is excellent. Receiver has a Lyman adjustable rear sight of the period. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
SN:14629. Manufactured in 1888. Barrel and tube have been shortened to 25". Bore has strong rifling with minor pitting. Action works properly. Very good overall condition. An affordable early 1886 model.
SN:109230. Scarce .38-70 caliber 1886 made in 1896. Only 830 1886's were manufactured in this caliber. Rifle has double set adjustable triggers. Barrel is 25". Receiver has most of it's original case colors. Bore is excellent. Stock has been lengthened. LOP is 13". Action works perfectly. A desirable .38-70 caliber rifle with great features.
SN:65493. Manufactured in 1892. Barrel is 26". Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Metal has a mostly grey patina. Stocks are good, no cracks. Good overall condition.
SN:153801. Manufactured in 1914. Barrel is 24" and has approximately 98% original finish. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Rifle has an adjustable rear tang peep sight. Length of pull is 13.5" over pad. Good overall condition.
Serial number 31814. Manufactured in 1889. Rifle is chambered in one of the best calibers .45-90. Barrel is 30". Bore has strong rifling with light pitting. Butt plate, tube and forearm tip have been refinished, but look great and don't take away from the overall look. Action works properly. Good overall condition.
Serial number 88259. Made in 1894. Metal has mostly a patina with some of the original finish. This is a takedown model!
Serial number 28606. Made in 1889. 45-70 caliber with 22” barrel. This gun is in very good condition The metal was refinished long ago and is fading into a patina. Wood is very good as lightly refinished. This is a very rare gun being a full length saddle ring carbine!
Serial number 9877. Made in 1887. 38-56 caliber with a 26” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina. Wood has been lightly refinished. Action works well. Bore is dark with strong rifling.
Serial number 89136. Made in 1894. 40-70 caliber with a 26” barrel. Metal has an even gray patina on metal. Metal is nice and sharp. The good has been nicely refinished. Action works well. Bore is dark with pitting. This gun comes with a factory letter confirming the configuration. This is a very rare caliber with only approximately 862 guns in this caliber.