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…gauge said

 I have a Model 1894 loading die and bullet mould in 50-100-450.The markings on both are 50-100 with the 450 marked under the 50-100.Have a bullet mould for

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…said

I bought this image at an antique show over the weekend and 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!  

The Model 1873 was offered with a standard 24 inch barrel while the 1876 came with a 28 inch.  If we assume that the rifle is not a special order then based…

…on the overall length I would agree that it is a Model 1876.  Not certain of the caliber though!!

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I bought this image at an antique show over the weekend and 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

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…Tom - rare caliber for sure. I saw the 629 number in the Pirkle book. In the Summer 2018 edition of the Collector, there is a John Madl article on Model 1886 carbine research - he indicates a survey of all available 1886 records indicates 29 carbines in 40-70. You might want to do some research of

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…where the rifle is likely going to take some significant abuse from the elements, a modern reproduction can step in. I use my Miroku/Browning Model 1886 SRC 45-70 if weather conditions are going to be bad or there might be risk of scuffing one of my old Winchesters. I bought it new when it

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…Winchester interests.'

I like Miroku Winchesters work as reflected in my couple 1886 editions in 45/70.  From '92, a Browning Carbine.  Great model at expense of bit over-buffed deep shiny blue achieving "bit gaudy"!  Finish corrected in my about 2012 vintage Lightweight Rifle. Yet 'net', less

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…seems to think is a crazy price is because of the caliber. A few years back when I decided to drastically scale back my collection and only keep one Model 1886, I chose to keep a deluxe 45-90, case hardened with a matted barrel. At the time I had a beautiful deluxe 50-100-450 which I had owned for

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…seems to think is a crazy price is because of the caliber. A few years back when I decided to drastically scale back my collection and only keep one Model 1886, I chose to keep a deluxe 45-90, case hardened with a matted barrel. At the time I had a beautiful deluxe 50-100-450 which I had owned for

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…and upward to the next one!

Thanks again everyone!  

There's a lot of fish in the sea.  However, if for example, you have your heart set on a Model 1886 in .50 caliber and a take-down version, and not have any refinishing done to the wood or metal, you'll be hard pressed to find one in your

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…said

I agree.  If you order a rifle of a certain model in a certain caliber how could you be assured you'd get the octagon barrel and not the round barrel?  Something "special" had to be done.  I just

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January 17, 2022 7:35 pm
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…over the years. My 1916 catalog clearly states that shotgun butts (rubber or steel) or half magazines were available, "at no extra cost."  In the Model 1886, an octagon barrel was more expensive, but it was not listed as a special order or and option to choose.  Rather, it was simply a different…

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My point exactly steve, when referring to a particular Winchester with  a "no cost option" or "special order feature" etc. we must look at the model,year produced and refer to what winchester was or was not offering at that time.. as I said before different years bring different rules.. 

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