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    About Mint M1886 Winchester Rifle # 96557, Cal. 45-90, Manufactured December 1894. 26" octagonal barrel, full magazine. Factory letter states the gun was received in the warehouse January 19, 1895, but does not include shipping information. Gun overall retains 99% original bright blue with just a few tiny spots of wear at the muzzle and a few tiny scratches. Frame, lever, and forend cap with 99% of the original bright case colors. Mechanically perfect, mint bore. Stocks also about perfect retaining all of the original varnish with just a few tiny, really negligible, shallow dents. A straight '86 rifle in a very desirable caliber and superb condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2011
    25th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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