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    Colt Burgess Lever Action Rifle. Serial no. 3941, .44-40 caliber, 25 1/2-inch octagonal barrel with front blade sight and elevated rear sight. Blued finish with wood stocks. Standard markings including Colt company name and CT address on barrel and Burgess's patent on bottom of lever. Rampant Colt visible on left side of frame. Manufactured between 1883-1885. Condition: Fair. Retaining approximately 5-10% finish throughout, mostly to protected areas, the rest is a mottled gray patina. Wood stocks are replacements. Fore-end is in poor condition. Buttstock has been revarnished. Replacement parts present, including screws and fore-end cap. Overall gun with various dents and bruises, mostly to tube magazine. Action is fine. Bore dark and pitted.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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