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… in general, substantiate a 20% premium, maybe up to 30% if in very good to pristine condition, when it comes to the Model 1886 (or 1866, 1873, 1876, 1885, 1892, 1894, or 1895). Years ago, in the late '90's, I did see Winchester 1873 serial number 27 (?) - the question mark is due to trying…

…would pay a premium for a very early firearm, and I know that, most interestingly, the early 1886's contained features similar to those found on the 1876 (among other things, the rear ladder sight says 1876 on it and the calibre markings are in italic).

Others out there may wish to comment.

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February 9, 2014 6:56 am
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… in general, substantiate a 20% premium, maybe up to 30% if in very good to pristine condition, when it comes to the Model 1886 (or 1866, 1873, 1876, 1885, 1892, 1894, or 1895). Years ago, in the late '90's, I did see Winchester 1873 serial number 27 (?) - the question mark is due to trying…

…would pay a premium for a very early firearm, and I know that, most interestingly, the early 1886's contained features similar to those found on the 1876 (among other things, the rear ladder sight says 1876 on it and the calibre markings are in italic).

Others out there may wish to comment.

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February 9, 2014 6:21 am
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… in general, substantiate a 20% premium, maybe up to 30% if in very good to pristine condition, when it comes to the Model 1886 (or 1866, 1873, 1876, 1885, 1892, 1894, or 1895). Years ago, in the late '90's, I did see Winchester 1873 serial number 27 (?) - the question mark is due to trying…

…would pay a premium for a very early firearm, and I know that, most interestingly, the early 1886's contained features similar to those found on the 1876 (among other things, the rear ladder sight says 1876 on it and the calibre markings are in italic).

Others out there may wish to comment.

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February 9, 2014 4:48 am
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… carbine rear sight. I also have several of these "reversed" rear sights in my sight collection that are marked with both the 1873 and 1876 date. It appears that the reversed sight on the 1873 carbine was used until "approximately" serial range 118XXX, according to Jim's book

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January 31, 2014 3:30 pm
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…for your thoughts. Yes, one of only a couple M1876 32 inch barrels made and the only with a heavy 32 inch barrel. Do you suppose the rifle was originally shipped with a .45/70 32 inch heavy barrel

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January 19, 2014 1:25 pm
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…was .45/75? My head spun a while as I pondered this. Other opinions would be appreciated:

http://merzantiques.com/photo/winchester-model-1876-deluxe

What a rifle!

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January 19, 2014 9:39 am
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…have an 1876 in 45-60 with heavy barrel and set trigger that was received in warehouse on Aug. 13, 1881 and shipped on Sept. 7, 1887. Have often wondered why

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January 12, 2014 11:55 am
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…. With that said, it probably needs an explanation.

The 1886, 1892 and 1894 carbine barrels have 3 distinct tapers; unlike the 1866, 1873 and 1876 carbine barrels which have a straight taper.

On the 1892 and 1894 barrels, there is one taper at the breech end, which transitions to a second

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December 25, 2013 12:28 pm
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…reference to the 1876. Some refer to a half magazine and some a button magazine are they the same interchangable terms or is there a difference?

As always thank you for

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December 13, 2013 7:45 am
Topic: 1876
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…said
I would have to say it would be an 1876, checked presentation wood, straight grip, crescent butt, CC receiver and trimmings, with 34" heavy half octagon barrel, full magazine, 7 leaf

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November 22, 2013 1:45 pm
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…would have to say it would be an 1876, checked presentation wood, straight grip, crescent butt, CC receiver and trimmings, with 34" heavy half octagon barrel, full magazine, 7 leaf

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November 20, 2013 5:40 pm
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…of the bore was in for that 45-90? And am I correct in saying that the 86 did not have a pistol grip?

Did you happen to come across an 1876 40-60 I believe with the flip up beech or lyman front and the Mid-Range Vernier Peep sight? Although it wasn't perfect I thought it was in very

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October 27, 2013 6:28 pm
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…of the bore was in for that 45-90? And am I correct in saying that the 86 did not have a pistol grip?

Did you happen to come across an 1876 40-60 I believe with the flip up beech or lyman front and the Mid-Range Vernier Peep sight? Although it wasn't perfect I thought it was in very

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October 27, 2013 10:50 am
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…Bert , non standard carbine barrels are rare or common ?

regards francolt

Bert H. said
Hello francolt,

The standard barrel length for a Model 1876 Carbine was 22-inches.

Bert

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October 25, 2013 11:56 pm
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…francolt,

The standard barrel length for a Model 1876 Carbine was 22-inches.

Bert

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October 25, 2013 8:12 pm
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…guys , I have two 1876 winchester SRC both in 45-75 cal , both guns with 24" barrel , is common this barrel lenght ?

One is a full nickel with poor finish serial

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October 25, 2013 6:17 pm
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…smaller than last year with many Dump Obama posters. For the Winchesters I saw 1 trapper collection and 1 1895 collection. Hardly any 1886's and 1876's. A few 73's 92's and 94's. Few if any model 70's. Don D was there with a few Winchesters and parts. Very few Winchester collectables. Did see

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October 24, 2013 3:07 pm
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…is a photo of the nicer one of the two Model 1876 Winchesters I have owned, showing the barrel address. It looks similar, but the imprinted letters and periods don't seem to go anywhere near as deep

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October 15, 2013 4:20 pm
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…I have seen, which tend to be a little on the shallow side (although my sampling is quite limited, especially of supposedly pristine mint Model 1876's).

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October 15, 2013 12:25 pm
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…have looked at very few Model 1876 rifles compared to others in the Winchester line up. But I have never seen a barrel address where the upper and lower line of type are diagonally

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October 15, 2013 11:41 am
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…A great story item is the coat that is up for auction that is claimed to belong to George A. Custer and was with him on that fateful day of June 25, 1876.

http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/59/lid/3310

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October 7, 2013 4:45 am
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…of pics of the 1876.

http://s389.photobucket.com/user/6101975/media/1876/3_zps826b6d56.jpg.html

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October 1, 2013 9:46 pm
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…just went to look at the guns....man I wish I had an extra 110k layin around! The 1876 Deluxe is factory engraved on the lever and forend, matted barrel, 1/2 mag and about 50%+ case colors still there. Gun ovrral is still 70% or

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October 1, 2013 11:02 am
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Trigger: Set

Extra Heavy Barrel

Received in warehouse on November 26, 1888 Shipped from warehouse on November 26, 1888, Order number 15447

1876

WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 - SERIAL NUMBER 53066

Serial number application date not available

Type: Rifle Caliber: Express

Barrel Type: Octagon

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September 25, 2013 9:38 pm
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…just ran up on a Henry, 3 1876's(1 deluxe 50-95), a mint 73 in better shape than this one(hard to believe) and a 95%+ 1886 CC 40-82.....needless to say, I need cash.

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September 24, 2013 6:47 pm
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Casehardened

in 1-24-1887

ship 1-24-1887 order number 14832

Paul

Thanks for the cricket explanation>

This rifle was paired up with an 1876 with 1/2 OB that I was interested in. I think that they paired it up with th 76 to get rid of it.

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September 13, 2013 12:51 pm
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…there this winter I'll be sure to get a picture and dimensions. I just had a feeling by looking at it that it was something you'd see on a 1873 or 1876 too.

Brad

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August 29, 2013 2:23 pm
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…was a decent looking restoration by Rogers I noticed awhile back. Looks like it was a lot of work.

http://www.antiquearmsinc.com/winchester-1876-deluxe-rifle-rogers-restoration-case-colored-checkered-3x-wood-antique-pre-1898-guns.htm

The colors are great!

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August 26, 2013 8:45 pm
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…was a decent looking restoration by Rogers I noticed awhile back. Looks like it was a lot of work.

http://www.antiquearmsinc.com/winchester-1876-deluxe-rifle-rogers-restoration-case-colored-checkered-3x-wood-antique-pre-1898-guns.htm

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August 26, 2013 6:16 pm
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…marked with a year code like the later model guns

I would agree with this statement. And a SN of just under 20,000 is from production during 1876 (as per data listed in Redbook) so that does not correlate.

Michael

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