Colt Burgess Lever Action Rifle .44-40
Guns International #: 100482762 Seller's Inventory #: 4331856
Category: Colt Rifles - Antique - Burgess Rifles
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Seller: Cabelas Boise
Company: Bass Pro - Cabelas
Member Since: 3/19/07
Country: United States
Phone: (208) 672-7922
Fax: (208) 672-7940
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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Manufacturer: The Colt-Burgess lever rifle was manufactured from 1883 to 1885, this rifle is serialized 786.
Caliber Info: .44-40
Metal Condition: Full patina. The Rampant Colt stamping on the receiver is visible but worn (see last photo, and or see "Description" about more photos).
Wood Condition: The forearm wood has the usual hole caused by loading and cycling of rounds in the magazine tube, otherwise the forearm and the butt-stock are sound with no cracks (the photos tell the rest of condition).
Bore Condition: The bore is typical for firearms of this time period. There is some small areas of good rifling, but for the most part the bore has corrosion and pitting.
Barrels: 25 1/2" Octagon
13" Length of pull.
Butt Pad: Crescent metal butt-plate.
Weight: 8 1/4 Lbs.
Sights: Brass blade front, semi-buckhorn rear but missing elevator.
Item Location: Boise, ID