Remington Lee - Navy
Guns International #: 100349520 Seller's Inventory #: Antique
Category: Antiques - Remington Rifles - Antique
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Company: The Rifleman
Member Since: 7/23/12
First Name: Mark
Last Name: Mann
Country: United States
Phone: (478) 784-2767
Fax: (478) 784-8088
Number of Active Listings: 0
Total Number of Listings: 727
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Inspection and return only if not as listed
Payment Types Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier Checks and Money Orders
We are in the process of moving so responses might be a bit slow. Our new location is larger and has better parking, but type the address (7209 Hawkinsville Road, Macon, GA, 31216) and you will se we are moving about a quarter of a mile. Our tlelephone number is still going to be 478-784-2767
The M1885 Remington-Lee (also known as the M1885 Lee, and "Navy M1885") is a bolt action, box magazine repeating rifle designed principally by James Paris Lee. It first appeared in 1879, manufactured by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company. Eventually Remington took over production and produced copies in .45-70. Arguably the most modern rifle in the world until the introduction of the 8mm smokeless powder using Lebel M1886 rifle.
This is a very nice example of the rifle chambered in .45/70. It comes with one box magazine. It does have some slight damage on the stock in two places. One being on top of the comb near the end of the stock and the other on the right side of the stock under the bolt. Both are shown in detail in the pictures. All prices reflect a 4% discount for cash, money order or cashier’s check. There is a 4% surcharge for all credit cards. Shipping charges and insurance are not included in the product for sale. Georgia 7% sales tax is required on all purchases unless you provide a EIN or tax number ID. “ALL SALES ARE FINAL” 3 day inspection period applies for items damaged in shipping and handled by insurance procedures.