C.J Hamilton & Sons Model 35 Military, 22 CAL, MFG:1915-1918, S...
Item # 4315
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Currently US $150 First bid $150
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Started 2021-04-29 00:00:00
Ends 2021-05-21 19:00:00
 
   

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C.J Hamilton & Sons Model 35 Military, 22 CAL, MFG:1915-1918, SN: NONE, Single Shot Tip-Up Rifle, 15 3/4'' round barrel. 31'' overall length. Similar action to the model 31, except the 35 has a longer heavier frame. This model is often called the ''Boy's Military'' rifle because it was fitted with an extra long forend stock with barrel band, sling swivels, leather sling, & a stamped out steel bayonet. The bayonet is seldom found on examples today, but this rifle carries the rare original bayonet. The original straight grip wood stocks are very good & solid, as lightly sanded & refinished. These is one small hairline crack at buttend, with very few tiny contusions or surface marks. The metal blue finish is a combination of original & added blue, with 85% coverage. Steel rolled barrel, with original brass liner. The 12 groove bore with 1 turn in 16'', r.h. twist, is very good. Thumb lever locking mechanism located right of hammer. Comes with original swivels. Thin metal buttplate, has been reblued. Factory front blade & open plate stamped rear sights. In the 3.5 yrs they were sold, sales were considered disappointing & only 11,890 were appx. made. This is a rare example, in surprisingly high condition, with the ultra rare bayonet. FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 300 to 800

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C.J Hamilton & Sons Model 35 Military, 22 CAL, MFG:1915-1918, S...
Item # 4315
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