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    Rare Half Magazine Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine. Serial no. 116662, .30 caliber, 20-inch barrel with dove tailed brass blade front sight. Adjustable rear sight. Half-magazine. Blued finish. Smooth walnut stock. Curved steel buttplate. Conditon: Fair to good as configured. Barrel with dark brown patina, scattered staining and fine pitting. Rear sight mounted over caliber marking. Receiver a mottled gray-brown patina with numerous scratches. Saddle ring and loop have been removed. Hole is filled. Stock is fair to good with heavy soiling and moderate wear. Barrel band screw absent. Fair bore with heavy wear. Manufactured 1898.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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