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 In answer to your first question:

 The 1894 and 1892 models are only letterable for the first part of production so nobody knows.

  The 1886 according to the William Porter research is 60.

  The 1876 is 12 according to Herbert Houze.

  The 1873 records have not been completely

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Elliott
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…all of them still fall into the 19th century. At least one specimen is present of Winchesters I like the most, from the Mod. 1866 through the 1886 (not interested so far in the '92 and '94 models).

At the time is was for me great enough to find here a '66 carbine even though of very late

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…this post (more gamefish in the pond). A&S auction, Waco has an upcoming auction on October 29&30th. Their website mentions 1866,1876,1886, 1892 and 1894’s. A Winchester collection from Mike Elias is also mentioned. I’ve attended their events off and on for forty years and never had a

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Tom Carlile
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…WCF case is not the same case that the Bullard .40-70 uses.  As I stated above, the Bullard takes the .40-65 case (.45-70 length) and the M1886 Winchester in .40-70 uses a .45-90 length case. 

There's an amazing number of cartridges that are covered by approximate three case lengths.

The Winchester M1876 series (all of these were available in the Whitney-Kennedy):

.40-60, .45-60, .45-75 and .50-95

The Winchester M1886 series (all of the below are chambered in the Marlin M1895 except the .38-70 and the .50's):

shorter (.45-70 length):  .38-56, .40…

…two different case length cartridges.  From the M1876 Winchester offering, the Lightning Express rifle came in .45-60 and .50-95.  From the M1886 series, the Lightning Express rifle came in .38-56, .40-60 Colt (really .40-65 Winchester) and .45-85 (.45-70 case)

 

Quite the…

…and familiarity.  There's very few of the cartridges mentioned above that I haven't owned a least one rifle in.  I've never owned a Winchester M1886 in .40-70 but I did have two Marlin M1895's in .40-70 (which is a whole lot rarer find than this chambering in a Winchester '86).  

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…."  I also recall that some of these parts changed from 1st to 2nd generation.  I have no clue about the single set triggers on single shots or the 1886.

Way back in the day, Al Buckingham offered these parts for sale in his catalog.  

Thank you for showing us the ins and outs of these set

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…of smoothbores, we know that Winchester made very limited numbers in various Winchester models.  Over the years, I've seen examples in the M1873, 1886, 1892, 1894.  Off the top of my head, I can't remember one in a M1876 (although vaguely I think I do) and I'm thinking I haven't seen one in Model

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