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…item. It is a FTC regulated law pertaining only to JEWELRY STAMPING. If Jewelry is not stamped, then Buyer be ware. If a, lets say a Winchester 1876 were to be "Gold Filled" using the FTC definition of a minimum of 20% of the weight of the item, imagine how much gold would be required. I, having

   If not a Gold Wash as described was used, then what process was used to Gold plate the early Henry, 1866's, 1873's and 1876's. They were plated in Gold or Silver before the Electroplating system was invented as I understand. If you don't know how the early Winchester

…addition Rick!

I recall some years ago - probably 20 to 30 - Merz had a high dollar M1876 rifle with a sling ring.  I think the price was $20k or so.  I also seem to recall there was no mention of the ring in the letter (and it hadn't

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December 8, 2020 12:53 am
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…the opportunity to acquire a very rare Winchester m1876. Arrived today. My first 76 & a dandy it is. DOM 1886 with 28” barrel in 45-60. I never heard of a SRR. Im careful when using the term rare

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December 7, 2020 3:29 pm
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…Parts, uses the words "Sling Ring and Staple for Carbine" and the price for a Sling Ring & Staple for the Model 1866, Model 1873 & Model 1876 were all each .52 cents. It is also interesting to me to note on the previous page 31 there is no such tern as a Firing Pin. The catalog uses the

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RickC
December 5, 2020 8:10 pm
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…at $47,000:

https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/81/49/jb-stuart-inscribed-engraved-henry-lever-action-rifle

and, his engraved my 1876 .50-95 engraved rifle (estimate $200,000 to $350,000) hammered for $250,000.

https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/81/43/granville…

…-stuarts-engraved-winchester-model-1876-express-rifle

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I would venture to guess an open top receiver for an 1876 was modified in the same manner as the 1873 to accommodate the addition of a dust cover by drilling and tap the top of the receiver to fasten a dust…

…cover rail and dust cover.  No need to change receivers. Now if you have an 1876 that is in the first model serial range that has a receiver that is milled with the dust cover rail as being integral to the receiver, then you would

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November 29, 2020 3:27 pm
Topic: 1876 Rifle
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Just fooling around tonight, I pulled a M1876 out of the safe. I would describe the stock as having a shallow flute:

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Missed this, Steve.  Thanks, I would

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November 29, 2020 12:26 am
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…fooling around tonight, I pulled a M1876 out of the safe. I would describe the stock as having a shallow flute:

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November 28, 2020 11:59 pm
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…an eye out for future episodes where I will show some of these project guns.  Some Examples from among many potential projects:

A heavy-barreled 1876 with a damaged muzzle impinging on the bore and a broken set trigger knockoff spring.

An 1886 with a non-functioning close-coupled set trigger

…this with interest . I have been shooting an original 1876 Winchester rifle that I have re-barreled to 50-95 WCF . The barrel was made by Winchesterbarrels in Florida 24" HRHO  , they did a very good job

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November 27, 2020 2:28 pm
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…barrel.  I really am not going to shoot this gun enough to worry about accuracy.  Same with the 45-75.  It's hard to find smokeless data for the 1876.

I will gradually work my way up.  I will stop when I get to somewhere near 1,400 FPS.  I always use toilet paper with reduced loads. I have

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November 25, 2020 6:35 pm
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…listed. Also early 38wcf 1873 rifles with a shotgun butt not mentioned maybe because they considered it standard for the 38. Some early 50-95 1876 rifles did not mention caliber but sure looked original.

 You add the 1876 26"-28" barrel thing to the above three and that makes four possible

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November 24, 2020 8:34 pm
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 I have had several 1876's with barrel length not matching the letter, 26",28" or 28",26". In all my cases the guns were high condition with other nice special order…

…information. I bought the rifle at a very fair price so I don't think I will lose money if or when I sell it. As you know they didn't make many 1876s. 

Thanks again, Richard

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November 24, 2020 5:36 pm
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…I have had several 1876's with barrel length not matching the letter, 26",28" or 28",26". In all my cases the guns were high condition with other nice special order

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November 23, 2020 3:04 am
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…it was repaired by a non factory gunsmith.   Or, as Jessica mentioned maybe it was repaired in the factory after they quit keeping records on 1876's.  It's possible the original barrel was shot out or damaged and it was replaced with what they could get.  The 28 inch barrel was standard for…

…the 1876 rifles in .45-75, .45-60 and .40-60.  It would have been easier to find a replacement barrel in 28 inch length than 26 inches.  As early as…

…it was repaired by a non factory gunsmith.   Or, as Jessica mentioned maybe it was repaired in the factory after they quit keeping records on 1876's.  It's possible the original barrel was shot out or damaged and it was replaced with what they could get.  The 28 inch barrel was standard for…

…the 1876 rifles in .45-75, .45-60 and .40-60.  It would have been easier to find a replacement barrel in 28 inch length than 26 inches.  As early as

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November 23, 2020 1:15 am
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…it was repaired by a non factory gunsmith.   Or, as Jessica mentioned maybe it was repaired in the factory after they quit keeping records on 1876's.  It's possible the original barrel was shot out or damaged and it was replaced with what they could get.  The 28 inch barrel was standard for…

…the 1876 rifles in .45-75, .45-60 and .40-60.  It would have been easier to find a replacement barrel in 28 inch length than 26 inches.  As early as

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November 22, 2020 10:04 pm
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…All, about a year ago I bought a Winchester 2nd Model 1876, serial #17099 in 45 - 60 cal. It has a 28 inch barrel with a Lyman globe front side and what I believe is a Mid-Range Winchester rear tang sight…

…been sent back to the factory for re-barreling and she said there was no record of that. Jessica also said they don't have records on Winchester 1876s after about 1906, so if it was changed after that they would have no record. 

The patina on the barrel matches the receiver, so they have been

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November 22, 2020 9:32 pm
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…a few Winchester lever guns to hunt with. I now have the 71, a 1895 sporting rifle in 30-40 and a pre-64 model 94 30-30. I would like to add a 1876 and 1886 to the mix someday.  

I cut my teeth on the savage 99! Several Calibers, but mainly the 300! I took it upon myself to take a Deer from

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November 10, 2020 11:58 pm
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…a few Winchester lever guns to hunt with. I now have the 71, a 1895 sporting rifle in 30-40 and a pre-64 model 94 30-30. I would like to add a 1876 and 1886 to the mix someday.

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November 10, 2020 12:57 pm
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…a Mountie with an 1895 in any photos that I have seen. The Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield in .303 seems the be the long guns of choice after the 1876's were obsolete. The name change to the RCMP did happen until 1920. You might contact the RCMP Museum on Regina, Saskatchewan for any information

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November 9, 2020 12:25 am
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…don't know about four-legged dangerous game, but for two-legged dangerous game Winchester's big bore levers (1876 and 1886) were considered very adequate in the 1890's.  During the 1892 Johnson County, Wyoming war, the invading cattlemen and their hired Texas…

…gunman used at least three (3) Model 1876's and seventeen (17) Model 1886 rifles.  Most of the big bore rifles were carried by the wealthy cattlemen and the stock detectives.  Most of the

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November 7, 2020 4:10 pm
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…makes sense.  My dad told me he received a number of deluxe or special order 1873 or 1876 rifles in the early 1970's that he purchased from a guy in Montana.  Said they had to be in high condition otherwise he wasnt interested, or so the

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November 6, 2020 12:16 am
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…would venture to guess an open top receiver for an 1876 was modified in the same manner as the 1873 to accommodate the addition of a dust cover by drilling and tap the top of the receiver to fasten a dust…

…cover rail and dust cover.  No need to change receivers. Now if you have an 1876 that is in the first model serial range that has a receiver that is milled with the dust cover rail as being integral to the receiver, then you would

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November 5, 2020 8:51 pm
Topic: 1876 Rifle
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…round, DT. As my late friend JT said we can’t have too many hog guns and I’m betting he would have gotten pretty excited about shooting hogs with an 1876 in 40-60. 

Have you tried 5744? Seems to work quite well in several other hyphenated/BP cartridges and I’ve considered trading a shelf full of…

…good results using it in a different cartridges . The 3031 load listed above works very well . I am not looking for a Smokeless load to use in my 1876 40-60 WCF rifles .  Bp. loads I  have used for yrs . work just as well today as when designed , and give a feel of nostalgia  when using them .

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November 5, 2020 10:32 am
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…round, DT. As my late friend JT said we can’t have too many hog guns and I’m betting he would have gotten pretty excited about shooting hogs with an 1876 in 40-60. 

Have you tried 5744? Seems to work quite well in several other hyphenated/BP cartridges and I’ve considered trading a shelf full of

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November 5, 2020 4:09 am
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…of Jamison brass in place of the 45-70 cut down brass with good results . Have taken many wild hog and deer with the 40-60 WCF in a few different 1876 rifles using the bullet cast in original mold SPG over 57 Gr, ff2 Bp. seated with the Winchester tong tool Std. Cap . Primer !. Plenty fun to

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November 5, 2020 12:26 am
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…. Oh, the actual barrel length seems a red flag.

https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/81/72/special-order-winchester-deluxe-model-1876-lever-action-rifle

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November 5, 2020 12:23 am
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…rifle.  I wonder if the Remington box specified what rifles it would have been correct for?  Of the lever action repeating rifles, the Winchester M1876 and the Whitney-Kennedy are the only ones I can think of off the top of my head.

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November 4, 2020 11:37 pm
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…have 1876 rifle # 1685 which ledger records show was part of an order with guns 1682, 1683, 1684, 1686, and 1688. I am looking for 1 or more of these other

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November 4, 2020 10:45 pm
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