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    Martini-Henry Long Lever Single-Shot Military Rifle. Serial no. D4062, 577/.450 caliber, 33-inch barrel with military sights and bayonet lug. Inspection and broad arrow condemnation stamps. Dropblock action. Frame marked: V.R./Enfield/1887/IV./1. Long lever. Varnished walnut stock and fore-end. Buttstock with multiple ordnance inspection stamps and dated 1906. Two barrel bands. Cleaning rod. Sling mounts. Condition: Very good as refinished. Retaining approximately 60-70% reblued finish with scattered light pitting and wear overall. Minor spots of rust present on lower tang. Wood with light wear and bruises. Action good.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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