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…a little bit of writing about his favorite Winchester of the time (1885), a repeater in 45-75. I think we can safely assume it was a Model 1876 even though I didn’t find where he mentioned the actual model.

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Sure, haven't you seen that famous photo of him posing with…

…revisions; that's done, what's next? 

  

As a matter of fact there is a famous photo of a young TR in buckskins holding what appears to be an 1876 and a dagger stuffed in his cartridge belt in the 1909 book I mentioned above. The other photo sounds familiar but I may be confusing it with this

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November 20, 2022 12:38 am
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…a little bit of writing about his favorite Winchester of the time (1885), a repeater in 45-75. I think we can safely assume it was a Model 1876 even though I didn’t find where he mentioned the actual model.

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Sure, haven't you seen that famous photo of him posing with

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November 19, 2022 7:53 pm
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…a little bit of writing about his favorite Winchester of the time (1885), a repeater in 45-75. I think we can safely assume it was a Model 1876 even though I didn’t find where he mentioned the actual model. Apparently it wasn’t necessary. His shotguns were likely custom built by artisans

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November 19, 2022 6:24 pm
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…Hudsons invoice has an item "CF" #23 case hardening, receiver. The charge for this was $1.50. I assume W. O. stands for work order.

Also my 1876  that letters with a set trigger and removed before shipping is stamped 1937  and 102 on tang. I think the 102 is for removal of set trigger. My

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November 16, 2022 8:53 pm
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…Hockett said

What was the configuration and caliber of the 1876 with the R&R sheet?  I assume it is a "special sporting rifle" with pistol grip, deluxe checkered stock, case hardened.  Barrel length 28"?

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November 12, 2022 6:10 pm
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…was the configuration and caliber of the 1876 with the R&R sheet?  I assume it is a "special sporting rifle" with pistol grip, deluxe checkered stock, case hardened.  Barrel length 28"?

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November 12, 2022 4:56 pm
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…said

Bill Hockett said

To keep the topic going, here are the 1876 carbine totals by caliber from the Houze book

.45-75  6814

Express  24

.45-60  2497

.40-60  288

  

So there were 24 M1876 carbines

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November 6, 2022 10:45 pm
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…Humphrey said

Jeremy Scott. said

Burt Humphrey said

mrcvs said

Bill Hockett said

I looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

  

That seems more like what I see!

Anyone have a copy of that…

…were hard to find. Years ago, 76's were just not that popular and were actually hard to sell. I have a friend who has been collecting the Model 1876 for 50 years and he says carbines are still hard to find and he goes to a lot of gun shows. You always hear guys say carbines were tools, used hard…

…Merz has 30 rifles and 2 carbines - Grove has 2, both rifles - Collectors has almost exclusively rifles. Where you really find rarity in the Model 1876 is in checkering, case hardening and 50 caliber. The attached gun has all these features and I am lucky to have it.

  

Hello burt

I am…

…currently working on a survey for all surviving 1876 50-95  guns. would care to share the serial of yours ? you can pm me if you feel better with that. If anyone else has any feel free to contact me

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November 6, 2022 10:42 pm
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…said

mrcvs said

steve004 said

…I did find it appealing and thought to myself that I would likely never own a M1876 SRC with that much original blue.  

  

I thought exactly the same thing.  But even as nice as the bluing is, one should see a scratch or ding,

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November 6, 2022 8:44 pm
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…said

steve004 said

…I did find it appealing and thought to myself that I would likely never own a M1876 SRC with that much original blue.  

  

I thought exactly the same thing.  But even as nice as the bluing is, one should see a scratch or ding,

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November 6, 2022 7:46 pm
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…Hockett said

To keep the topic going, here are the 1876 carbine totals by caliber from the Houze book

.45-75  6814

Express  24

.45-60  2497

.40-60  288

  

So there were 24 M1876 carbines

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November 6, 2022 7:38 pm
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…Scott. said

Burt Humphrey said

mrcvs said

Bill Hockett said

I looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

  

That seems more like what I see!

Anyone have a copy of that…

…were hard to find. Years ago, 76's were just not that popular and were actually hard to sell. I have a friend who has been collecting the Model 1876 for 50 years and he says carbines are still hard to find and he goes to a lot of gun shows. You always hear guys say carbines were tools, used hard…

…Merz has 30 rifles and 2 carbines - Grove has 2, both rifles - Collectors has almost exclusively rifles. Where you really find rarity in the Model 1876 is in checkering, case hardening and 50 caliber. The attached gun has all these features and I am lucky to have it.

  

Hello burt

I am…

…currently working on a survey for all surviving 1876 50-95  guns. would care to share the serial of yours ? you can pm me if you feel better with that. If anyone else has any feel free to contact me

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November 6, 2022 6:25 pm
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…Humphrey said

mrcvs said

Bill Hockett said

I looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

  

That seems more like what I see!

Anyone have a copy of that…

…were hard to find. Years ago, 76's were just not that popular and were actually hard to sell. I have a friend who has been collecting the Model 1876 for 50 years and he says carbines are still hard to find and he goes to a lot of gun shows. You always hear guys say carbines were tools, used hard…

…Merz has 30 rifles and 2 carbines - Grove has 2, both rifles - Collectors has almost exclusively rifles. Where you really find rarity in the Model 1876 is in checkering, case hardening and 50 caliber. The attached gun has all these features and I am lucky to have it.

  

Hello burt

I am…

…currently working on a survey for all surviving 1876 50-95  guns. would care to share the serial of yours ? you can pm me if you feel better with that. If anyone else has any feel free to contact me

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November 6, 2022 11:35 am
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…said

Jeremy--I owned 1876 50-95 SN 7758, OB CB  Sold ..Bill

Leroy Merz has one for sale on GI SN available to you..

  

thank you Bill I have added that one to the

…said

…I did find it appealing and thought to myself that I would likely never own a M1876 SRC with that much original blue.  

  

I thought exactly the same thing.  But even as nice as the bluing is, one should see a scratch or ding,

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November 5, 2022 4:14 pm
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…to have gone back to the factory..." are red flags.  However, I did find it appealing and thought to myself that I would likely never own a M1876 SRC with that much original blue.  

I'm interesting on hearing about what I am probably not seeing.

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November 5, 2022 2:38 pm
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…--I owned 1876 50-95 SN 7758, OB CB  Sold ..Bill

Leroy Merz has one for sale on GI SN available to you..

…thoughts on this one?  It’s still a nice Model 1876 carbine.  You just don’t see them around much.

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November 5, 2022 11:11 am
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…to make a post  about the ongoing survey's I have been doing. I would like to ask all fellow members if they have any or know of any winchester 1876 north west mounted police carbines and winchester 1876 50-95 caliber guns to contact me please if you would like to share the details. 

for the…

…school corps,governor general body guards, queens own rifles just to name a few. 

 

the other survey I am working on is for all winchester 1876 50-95 cailber guns, this is a relative new venture .

the main purpose for this survey is to document all known surviving specimens and cross

…keep the topic going, here are the 1876 carbine totals by caliber from the Houze book

.45-75  6814

Express  24

.45-60  2497

.40-60  288

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November 3, 2022 8:51 pm
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…said

Bill Hockett said

I looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

  

That seems more like what I see!

Anyone have a copy of that…

…were hard to find. Years ago, 76's were just not that popular and were actually hard to sell. I have a friend who has been collecting the Model 1876 for 50 years and he says carbines are still hard to find and he goes to a lot of gun shows. You always hear guys say carbines were tools, used hard…

…Merz has 30 rifles and 2 carbines - Grove has 2, both rifles - Collectors has almost exclusively rifles. Where you really find rarity in the Model 1876 is in checkering, case hardening and 50 caliber. The attached gun has all these features and I am lucky to have it.

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November 3, 2022 3:56 am
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…remarks is "SM". Does SM stand for SmoothBore? Or does this mean Short Magazine? No mention of the swivel eyes. It is noted shipped August 2nd, 1876, so I suppose that lines up with the August 3rd inscription?

Assuredly a "Story Gun" that would need explaining as why it is in the condition its

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November 2, 2022 3:10 am
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…Hockett said

I looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

  

That seems more like what I see!

Anyone have a copy of that

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October 31, 2022 4:41 pm
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…looked in Herbert Houze's 1876 book and came up with the following numbers.  I didn't count muskets or entries that said receivers only.  I also ignored rifles changed to…

…carbines and carbines changed to rifles to keep it simple.

Total 1876 rifles:  53,367

Total 1876 carbines:  9,623

That looks closer to 1 in 5.5 ratio of carbines to rifles

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October 31, 2022 3:21 pm
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… set trigger, decorative rings cut around the smoothbore barrel, mortised type dust cover, and engraved "H. G. H. Reed Milwaukee Wis Aug. 3rd 1876". The article goes on to list several discrepancies, a good read with pictures. T/R  

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October 31, 2022 1:44 am
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…rifle caliber cartridges.

  

It would have been interesting to do the test on rifle cartridges with 36 inch barrels.  I'm referring to Models 1876, 1886, 1894 and 1895's made with 36 inch barrels. Come to think of it, Mark Douglas was shooting a 36 inch barreled M1895 in fairly recent times. 

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October 29, 2022 8:26 pm
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…rifle caliber cartridges.

  

It would have been interesting to do the test on rifle cartridges with 36 inch barrels.  I'm referring to Models 1876, 1886, 1894 and 1895's made with 36 inch barrels. Come to think of it, Mark Douglas was shooting a 36 inch barreled M1895 in fairly recent times. 

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October 29, 2022 8:19 pm
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…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 surveyed so who knows.

  The 1866 records are not complete, most

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October 29, 2022 12:58 am
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….  This time the letter read it being both received in warehouse and shipped in October 1887, eleven years prior the end of production for the Mod. 1876.  Author H. Houze in his very interesting 'The Centennial' book clearly states that even if end of production is always showed as 1898, actual

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