WINCHESTER MODEL 94 PENNSYLVANIA LYCOMING COUNTY 24 KARAT GOLD COMMEMORATIVE RIFLE #2 OF 10 MANUFACTURED
Guns International #: 100315539 Seller's Inventory #: 2 OF 10
Category: Winchester Commemorative Firearms - Winchester Collectible Firearms
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Seller: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Company: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Member Since: 5/10/11
Country: United States
Phone: (814) 834-9451
Fax: (844) 553-1123
Number of Active Listings: 3341
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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A TRUE PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY!!!!!!!!!
#2 OF 10 MANUFACTURED!!!!!!!!!!
Factory new in box (old stock) manufactured in the USA! (mid 90"s) Winchester model 94 chambered in 45 Colt. Rifle serial number (IA01732), 20" barrel, drilled and tapped receiver (factory), and walnut stock/forearm. Rifle was gold plated (24 karat) and engraved by Investment Arms INC. Rifle barrel, magazine tube, barrel bands, receiver, and lever have all been gold plated. Top of barrel behind rear sight has engraved scroll work with nickle plated inl;ay. Left side of receiver is engraved with the following: Lycoming County established April 13, 1795 in large scoll around outline of Lycoming County (major towns/citys engraved on county outline). In gold scroll engraved to left of county outline lumber industry and to the right west branch canal. Outter band around receiver is engraved with stars as well as Lycoming College, Peter Herdic house, Bowman Field, Severin Rosen, Community Art Center, and Delaware Indians. Left side of receiver has two pictures in gold plating; one is a lumder yard and other is canal/walkway. Receiver back drop is nickle plated. Right side of receiver is engraved around magazine feed "Lycoming County Pennsylvania" to the left in gold scroll is engraved "under ground railroad". Gold plated engraved pictures enclude under ground rail road and horse drawn trolly. Receiver back drop is nick plated with outter scrolling engraved with stars as well as Pennsylvania College of Technology, Tiadaghton Elm, Appalachian Mountians, Fair Play Men, Cross Cutters, and Pennsdale Quaker Meeting House. Lever is gold plated with nickel scrolling, Top of bolt is engraved #2 of 10. Rear tang is engraved Pine Creek along with fishing pole and fish. Walnut fore are is engraved with Grave vines Lycoming County and black bear on left side.engraved is Pennsylvania as well as grape vines and mountain lion. Walnut stock is engraved on right side with steam powered locomotive as well as "Northumberland Williamsport and stage coach". Left side of of stock has large elk seen as well as river steam boat along with "Susquehanna River". Rifle ships with cloth rifle sleeve and fitted lined case. All paper work encluding Winchester, Investment Arms, and even NRA app. ship with rifle. Please feel free to call with any questions you may have (ask for Greg or Joe) (814)834-9318. Don't miss this chance to own a piece of American history and a Winchester that was made in the USA!!!!!
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