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176. Remington M. 14 R.Offered at $575.00
176. Remington M. 14 R.
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176. Remington Model 14 Pump-Action Take Down Rifle. .30 Rem. caliber, original 22" barrel, near fine bore, crisp mechanics. Sights include a Sheard front, replacement buckhorn rear and original Marbles flip-up tang peep. Barrel retains approximately 70% darkening blue, 70% receiver finish is intact and has turned a dark blue starting to turn a plummish blue patina. Walnut is generally very good plus with a tiny crack in the lower right wrist area. Correct hard rubber butt plate with small chip missing from the upper right portion. Overall a nice looking 14. Modern, FFL required.
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136.Winchester M. 1894 SRCOffered at $1,595.00
136.Winchester M. 1894 SRC
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136. Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine; .30 WCF caliber, desirable special order two-thirds length magazine, fine bright shiny bore, 80% barrel blue, 40% magazine blue, receiver flaked to a gray patina. Tight crisp action. Sights include Marbles front and flip-up rear tang plus a three-leaf express rear sight. Nice looking wood- very lightly cleaned with some finish added. Cool looking SRC which was made circa 1929. Modern, FFL required.
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97. Colt Berdan R.Offered at $11,500.00
97. Colt Berdan R.
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97. Super Extremely Rare Colt Berdan Rifle in 45-70 Caliber! This is one of only twenty manufactured in circa 1869- survival rate is unknown (30,000 were made for the Russian Contract in .42 Berdan caliber). Some features of this rifle that differ from the Russian contract examples include the following: Colt barrel address is in English, "H. BERDAN'S" is stamped atop the breechblock, correct rear sight graduated to 1100 yards, lack of finger rest on the lower tang and longer breechblock. Col. Hiram Berdan's rifle became the first cartridge rifle produced by Colt and was instrumental to the survival of the company following the Civil War. Overall near excellent condition, smooth clean metal has turned to a dark blue-plum patina, excellent bright shiny bore, correct ramrod is present. Near excellent walnut with virtually all original varnish intact. Correct 32.5" barrel bears 'N0. 22' near the breech and a '22' is also on the underside of the breechblock. This is the first Colt Berdan Rifle I have owned in cal. 45-70 and I doubt that I'll ever encounter another! Antique.
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3.Winchester 1873Offered at $12,500.00
3.Winchester 1873
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Winchester Model 1873 Bull Barreled 2nd Model Rifle, 31,XXX S.N. range, .44-40 cal., 26" extra heavy weight full octagon barrel and full magazine, VG shootable bore, metal is smooth and clean and turned a dark plum brown patina, traces of blue in protected areas, correct thumbprint dustcover, set trigger, crescent buttplate, correct sights. VG wood. Hard to find.
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