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February 21, 2022 10:05 pm
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…am trying to pin down what model rifle he's holding. My expertise is not advanced enough to pin in down, but my guess is that it's an 1873, 1876, or 1886. Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks!

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February 21, 2022 10:01 pm
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February 21, 2022 11:50 am
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February 18, 2022 5:56 pm
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February 18, 2022 5:21 pm
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…m far from being an expert, but these look pretty good to me: https://homesteadparts.com/shop/saddle-ring-and-stud-winchester-1876-1886-1894-1895-p-805.html?cPath=87_95

 

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February 14, 2022 10:23 pm
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… For now I only own 1894’s, in 30 WCF and 32 Win Special, but I’m now hot after a 38-55. I lean towards the rifle length, but own both rifles and a carbine length. I’d still like an SRC at some point, but haven’t found one in the right condition. I kick myself for passing on an 1894 that was part of

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February 10, 2022 4:54 am
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…and high condition. My collection included every model from the Henry thru the 88 and had both deluxes and standard grade. I had both rifles and carbines where they made them and I even had nice Model 87's and 01's. I have never bought a gun on the internet and I have never bought a gun at an auction…

…by Tommy Rholes as an example of how I would find out about good guns. Think about what Tommy said in this letter "I have just acquired the best 73 carbine I have ever seen" - don't think that did not make the short hairs on the back of my neck stand up.

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January 20, 2022 12:24 am
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January 19, 2022 11:36 pm
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January 19, 2022 8:34 pm
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…it had a crescent buttolate.  I’d be surprised if it had a rubber buttolate.  

  1873s and 1876s came standard with a blued receiver. The 1886 came standard with a case colored receiver until about s/n 122,000 when blue was standard. The exception was the 1886 take-down, it came blued

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January 16, 2022 3:04 am
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January 14, 2022 8:01 pm
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… Some are a cartridge less or more but the Winchester catalogs seem to include one in the chamber for most descriptions. In the 1891 catalogue under 1886 model, Winchester states “a rifle with 26 inch barrel and full magazine will carry 9 shots.”

Just below that it states “half magazine rifles will…

…not include one in the chamber”.

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Model 1866 rifle with 24″ bl – 16

Musket, 27″ bl – 16

Carbine, 20″ bl, – 12

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Model 1873 Rifle cal 44/38/32, 24″ bl – 14

Half mag – 5

Musket, 30″ bl – 16

Carbine, 20″ bl – 11

22 cal…

…rifle with 24” bl – 24 shorts and 19 longs

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Model 1876 Rifle, 28″ bl – 11

Musket 32″ bl – 12

Carbine 22″ bl – 8

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Model 1886 Rifle, 26″ bl, (45-70/40-65/38-56) - 9

Half mag - 4

50 EX, 45-90, 45-70-500 etc – 8

Half mag…

…- 3

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Model 1892 rifle 24” bl – 15

Carbine 20” bl – 12

Button mag carbine 20” bl – 5

Musket 30” bl – 17

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Model 1894 30WCF rifle 26” bl – 8 confirmed

Half mag 30 WCF rifle 26” – 3

20” 30WCF Carbine

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January 14, 2022 5:27 pm
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This rifle is no ordinary .32-20.  

We know that the chambering often has a strong bearing on the desirability/value of a Winchester.  In the M1886, the .45 and .50 calibers are much more desirable than the .38 and .40 calibers (and the .33 caliber). However, as a generality, for special

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January 14, 2022 1:56 pm
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                                                          Musket, 27" bbl,    17 shots

                                                           Carbine, 20" bbl,   13 shots   (Note:  I do not know if one in the chamber counts)

                                          Model 1873 Rifle, 24" bbl, …

…                                                         Musket, 30" bbl,     17 shots

                                                             Carbine, 20" bbl,     12 shots   (nothing reflected ref custom mag length)

                                            Model 1876  Rifle, 28" bbl,      …

…                                                         Musket 32" bbl,   13 shots

                                                                Carbine 22" bbl,    9 shot

                                                                 Express Rifles with 26" and 22" show no capacities listed

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…                                           Model 1886 Rifle, 26" bbl, 9 in .45-7-405, and of that length.  4 in half length magazine

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…catalog, it repeats the same data but adds the model 1892.  However I did not see any magazine capacities for the new 1892 listed, nor did it show a carbine nor musket version.  I suggest you pursue documenting data as you can, and putting it into a matrix for your and our edification.  Not a question I

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January 12, 2022 8:40 pm
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January 10, 2022 2:20 pm
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…an interest in the terminology Winchester used vs. the terms collectors came along with.  For example, Winchester didn't use the term, "saddle ring carbine."  Winchester used the term, "carbine" and, "sling ring" for those equipped with a ring.  On the topic of the single shot model, as I understand it…

…Shot Rifle" and no reference was made to, "Model 1885."  Additionally, nearly every Winchester lever rifle from that era (e.g. Models 1873, 1876, 1886, 1894, 1895) were marked on the tangs with the numerical (i.e. year of origin) model number.  The the tangs on the Single Shot rifles were not

… please send me a PM and I will give you one or several (your choice) serial numbers to search.  The Winchesters used were Models 1873, 1876 and 1886.

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January 6, 2022 9:10 pm
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January 5, 2022 5:17 pm
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…an interest in the terminology Winchester used vs. the terms collectors came along with.  For example, Winchester didn't use the term, "saddle ring carbine."  Winchester used the term, "carbine" and, "sling ring" for those equipped with a ring.  On the topic of the single shot model, as I understand it…

…Shot Rifle" and no reference was made to, "Model 1885."  Additionally, nearly every Winchester lever rifle from that era (e.g. Models 1873, 1876, 1886, 1894, 1895) were marked on the tangs with the numerical (i.e. year of origin) model number.  The the tangs on the Single Shot rifles were not

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December 28, 2021 11:59 pm
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December 26, 2021 3:43 pm
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…://firstwesternauction.com/

According to the flyer this auction has a lettered "One of One Thousand" 1873

Several other 1873s

1876 and 1886s

Model 12 28 gauge deluxe 

Model 1894 deluxe 

Just North of Kansas City on January 1 if anyone is ion the vicinity

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December 23, 2021 8:05 pm
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