Winchester, Model 1894, 30-30 Cal., MFG. 1971, SN: NRA15864, Lev...
Item # 4054
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Winchester, Model 1894, 30-30 Cal., MFG. 1971, SN: NRA15864, Lever Action Musket, 26'' Tapered round barrel, Created to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the NRA, 23,000 muskets were made & offered in 1971 for $150. The musket harkens back to the military configuration of earlier days, offering a 26-inch barrel for increased velocity & longer, more precise sight radius; a ladder-type rear sight for extreme-range fire; a full-length musket-style forearm to protect the hand when shooting became hot & heavy; a barrel band & sling swivels; & a shoulder-friendly carbine-type buttplate. The original walnut wood stocks are excellent & solid, with the original dark rich finish. There are a few minor handling marks or scratches. The stock carries a silver medallion with eagle commemorating the 100 years of the NRA. The original high polish blue is 95%, but with numerous locations of cleaned rust pitting & scarring, but mostly on the barrel. Receiver carries light scroll machine engraving & NRA 1871 1971 on the left side. Bore is excellent. Mounted with a musket style ladder sight & tall blade front sight. Factory drilled & tapped at the rear left side of the receiver for an aperture-type sight. Interesting commemorative 1894 musket. FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 400 to 800



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Winchester, Model 1894, 30-30 Cal., MFG. 1971, SN: NRA15864, Lev...
Item # 4054
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