Winchester, Model Self Loading 1907, marked 351 Cal., MFG. 1907,...
Item # 4200
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Currently US $300 First bid $150
Quantity 1 # of bids 3
Time left 6d 6h 9m 19s+
Started 2021-04-29 00:00:00
Ends 2021-05-21 19:00:00
 
   

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Winchester, Model Self Loading 1907, marked 351 Cal., MFG. 1907, SN: 7725, Semi-Auto Rifle, 20'' Tapered round barrel. 1st yr rifle. The original wood stocks are fair, having some of the original finish remain & an added layer of stain & finish. The stock has a couple of tight 2'' cracks at the receiver on the wrist. The forend has 3 of the typical 3'' to 5'' cracks, which are tight & appear to have been glue repaired. Stocks has a small chip along edge of pistol grip & numerous other small scratches, scrapes & contusions. Stock has numerous other small scratches, scrapes & contusions. The original metal blue finish is 80% on barrel with some speckling & 10% on receiver, with the worn areas developing a thin brown patina. Stock carries a Winchester hard rubber buttplate, with small chip at toe & a set of added sling studs. Bore is excellent. Adjustable rear & period front sights. 5 shot box magazine marked -.351 cal.-. Very shootable example. FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 300 to 600

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Winchester, Model Self Loading 1907, marked 351 Cal., MFG. 1907,...
Item # 4200
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