Winchester 1876 .45-60 Made in 1883 NO RESERVE!
Used Condition
FFL is not required
Current Bid
Starting Bid
No Reserve!
8 Bids Bid History
Time Left 15 min rule
Item has Ended
7/30/2017 4:00 AM
Item 669794820
Location Sequim, WA 98382
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Sales Tax
Seller must collect sales tax from the following states:
WA 8.7%   
Inspection/ Return Policy
AS IS - No refund or exchange

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

NO RESERVE!! Here's an antique Winchester Model 1876 rifle that was manufactured back in 1883. It is an early production "3rd Model" with the integral dust cover on top of the receiver. It is chambered for the .45-60 cartridge and unmarked in regards to caliber. It wears the standard 28" octagon barrel with full length magazine. This rifle is in fair condition with none of the original blue finish. The metal is mostly a smooth silver/brown. There are a few spots of minor pitting but really not a whole lot of it. There are a few handling marks as you might well expect of a rifle that's 134 years old. The sights appear to be original and the ladder type rear barrel sight is marked "1876". The stocks are in fair condition and have not been sanded or refinished in the past. There are some handling marks, small dings and scratches as well as a gouge on the left side of the forearm and a small chip behind the lower tang. The rifle appears to be in good mechanical condition but is in need of a good cleaning as the action is a little sticky. The bore is poor with visible rifling that shows typical black powder pitting. Essentially a scaled-up 1873, the Model 1876 was the largest of the Winchester lever rifles and had an enormous receiver to handle the large cartridges it chambered. Production was somewhat limited however, partly due to the introduction of the mechanically superior Model 1886. The 1876's were typically "working guns" which saw heavy use, many shipped out West. Buyer pays actual shipping. This is an antique rifle and as such, no FFL is required for transfer and in most areas it can be shipped directly to the winning bidder. There are exceptions (New Jersey, New York City, Maryland etc) where an FFL transfer may still be required. Please know your local laws before bidding. Bidder must be a minimum of 21 years old and willing to provide proof of age with payment. Sorry but no sales to California.
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