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    A most rare Winchester in superb condition.

    Near Mint Winchester M1894 16" Barrel "Trapper" carbine, #889223, Manufactured 1921, Caliber .30 W. C. F. The gun retains 95% of the original blue with just fading/loss on the barrel band and minimally on the lever. Mechanically perfect, mint bore. Address markings forward of the barrel band, 7 7/8" fore end and shotgun butt with factory hard rubber butt plate, displaying the Winchester logo. The gun is fitted with both a standard carbine sight and a Lyman receiver sight, bearing the June 25, 1895, patent date, as fitted at the factory. There is a loop for attaching a sling on the butt and the barrel band. Wood very fine retaining most of the original varnish with just a few scratches on the underside of the fore stock. Although a factory letter is not available for this specific serial number block, the gun is unequivocally a factory "trapper," with shotgun butt and 16" barrel, as is evidenced by the unique details, markings, etc.

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    December, 2009
    12th Saturday
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