"MODEL 1886 STANDARD GRADE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. SN 14040. Cal. 40-65 WCF. 26" round bbl with full magazine, half nickel front sight, and serrated side V-notch sporting rear. Mounted with straight grain uncheckered walnut with straight grip and crescent butt. Accompanied with Winchester Firearms Museum fact sheet identifying as a 40-65 round bbl rifle with plain trigger, shipped September 13, 1888 on order #12322. CONDITION: Extremely fine. Bbl and magazine-tube retain 98-99% of their fine original factory blue with only a few very minor light handling marks. Receiver has 95% plus original strong, bright, brilliant case colors. There is a slight amount of thinning on forward left portion of receiver and across the bottom, but colors are still visible. There are a few minor nicks and scratches. Hammer has nearly all of its fine original case colors with just a couple of minor spots that are silver. Lever has nearly all of its fine original case colors and is strong in nearly all areas. Forend cap has nearly all of its bright brilliant colors. Butt-plate shows thinning but visible colors. Stocks are solid and have just a few light nicks, dings, and a couple of storage scratches and retains nearly all of its original factory varnish that appears to be carrying a coat of waxy preservative. Mechanics are crisp and bore is bright and shiny as rifle shows to have very little use. 4-33730 BDT226 (18,500-25,000)"
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