Winchester Model 1886: Mfed 1893, Case hard receiver / frame ( Standing Rock )
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Category: Winchester Rifles - Antique Lever - Winchester Rifles - Model 1886

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Seller: Collection Sales
Member Since: 11/15/10
State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Phone: (602) 359-4190
Number of Active Listings: 0
Total Number of Listings: 51
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Buyer pays shipping both ways. Must be returned in condition shipped to you.
Payment Types Accepted: Cashiers Check, Money Order


Description:
 
Model 1886, Sporter,  45-70 Govmt, 26 in round barrel, half magazine, crecent metal butt plate, Case hardend receiver and frame, blued round barrel. Serial # 807xx.
All original: Bluing is excellent except one faint spot, case harding showing no brown petina, all proof marks very visible. The Stock shows some wear , however it could be touched up and refinished. Barrel is very good condition with no pitting, very bright, with very visible lands and grooves. Very, Very little tooling marks on the screws.  Very minor scratches around the barrel muzzle.
Additional pictures upon request.
Based upon John Browning patent, one of the finest, strongest lever actions utilitized in a winchester rifle.
I call this rifle the ( Standing Rock ). I purchsed this rifle in about 1985 from a friend of mine whom ranches close  to and on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in northern South Dakota close to the Missouri River, and the North Dakota border, and within a 30 minute drive of where Sitting Bull's grave is. . He inherited several rifles from his grandfather whom homesteaded in that area in the 1880's era. My friend told me his grandfather had was in the habit of buying guns from the Native Americans whom were issued guns to hunt game, after they were settled on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. The origin of this firearm, was probably issued to the 8th US Cavalry, then upon or toward the decommissioning of Ft. Yates in 1903 it was probably sold or given to the Native Americans.  The Native Americans however with all or most of the bison and other game gone or overrun with domestic beef had no use for firearms thus sold or traded them just to survive.
Now is your chance to own a true real piece of Americania in its pristine original condition. The condition of this firearm is as such as if well maintained (cleaned and oiled) as it has been with my friends grandfather's care for 80 some years will last another 100 plus years or longer,  in its existing condition.
Thank you.
 
 
Will ship to your FFL.
You to pay all shipping and insurance.  
PRIVATE I WOULD LIKE TO DISPOSE OF THE BALANCE OF MY PRIVATE COLLECTION AS FOLLOWS: 1) End date of July 31, 2013 2) You mayon one or several guns as a group. 3) Upon and with youryou must send your FFL destination & licensee information as well as your own name, address, phone as to verify a valid bid. 4) Within 24 hours of notification of me acceptance of youryou must be prepared to send me overnight mail good funds (bank draft etc.). 5) Within 72 hours of receipt of good funds I will ship the firearm or firearms to your FFL. 6) I reserve the right to counteroffer your bid. 7) I will give more consideration of bids that include several guns or other items as listed on my GI listings. 8) The additional shipping charges within the 50 US states is $ 40 per firearm for Priority 2-3 day delivery for most of US, USPS postage. 9) Upon your I expect 10 % of yourin good funds which will be held until my acceptance of youror end of (July 31, 2013). If I don't accept youror your not the high , I will return the un-cashed good funds to you. 10) If I accept your offer (bid) and you don't respond with good funds for the balance, upon of notification within 3 days, your 10 % will be forfeited. 11) I reserve the right to end at any time and returnfunds, or accept a winningprior to July 31, 2013. 12) I have been selling my private collection on GI for three years and if I was not in compliance they would not allow me on their . Amazingly: Someone stole one of my listings pictures and verbal exactly and listed it as their gun on a Canadian. Thank you. GWS / Phone: 602-359-4190

Price: 10,000

Curio/Relic: Yes
Antique: Yes