Winchester, Model 1873, Third variation, .44-40 Cal., MFG. 1883,...
Item # 4026
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Currently US $2100 First bid $2000
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Started 2020-07-30 00:00:00
Ends 2020-08-29 02:00:00

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Winchester, Model 1873, Third variation, .44-40 Cal., MFG. 1883, SN: 193743, Lever Action Rifle, 24'' Octagon barrel, Full mag. The original wood stocks are excellent & solid, carrying the original hand rubbed oil finish. Some thinning, with areas of darkening along edges from oiling & use. Also, several small nicks, dings & contusions. Forearm has two hairline cracks, one on each side. The original blue finish remains at 75%, with the side plates & mag tube toning to a slight plumb color. There is a small area on barrel with scratches or contusions. The case-hardened hammer shows lots of original case colors. Bore is excellent with strong rifling. Fitted with buckhorn rear & standard front sight. Metal crescent trapdoor buttplate contains 4pc metal cleaning rod. The original dust cover slides smoothly. Comes with a Cody research form with records confirming configuration. A very nice all original rifle with lots of bight blue & in a favored calibler.* Antique No FFL Req. - Value: 4000 to 8000


Winchester, Model 1873, Third variation, .44-40 Cal., MFG. 1883,...
Item # 4026
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