VERY RARE Winchester, Model 92 SRC TRAPPER, marked 44 WCF, MFG. ...
Item # 4043
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Currently US $5000 First bid $5000
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Time left 17d 18h 30m 50s+
Started 2020-07-30 00:00:00
Ends 2020-08-29 02:00:00
 
   

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VERY RARE Winchester, Model 92 SRC TRAPPER, marked 44 WCF, MFG. 1924, SN: 934212, Lever Action Rifle, 14'' Round TRAPPER barrel, Full mag. The original wood is excellent & solid. Stocks has a flat hand rubbed oil appearance, having been cleaned & waxes added. There is a 1/4'' contusion fill on the right side of the forearm which matches almost perfectly & does not distract. The is a 1'' tight hairline crack at the bottom of the forend tip & a small contusion on at the left wrist against the receiver. There are very few other minor handling marks, giving the wood a very nice overall appearance. The factory metal blue finish is 50% with even wear loss, which is quite rare amongst trappers as most are worn silver or are brown guns. The bore is excellent, bright & shinny with strong rifling. Fitted with standard factory carbine flip-up rear ladder & standard front sights. The steel carbine buttplate still carries blue. Original saddle ring on left side This Trapper is listed with the ATF by SN as an exempt trapper rifle. This is your opportunity to purchase a very rare 14'' Trapper in even rarer above average condition. Truly a wonderful little 92 Trapper in the highly preferred 44 WCRF.* FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 10000 to 15000



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VERY RARE Winchester, Model 92 SRC TRAPPER, marked 44 WCF, MFG. ...
Item # 4043
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