Enfield 1917 U.S. Winchester .30-06 Excellent WWII
Used Condition
FFL is required
Current Bid
Starting Bid
No Reserve!
22 Bids Bid History
Time Left 15 min rule
Item has Ended
7/30/2017 10:31 PM
Item 670843245
Location Mount Morris, IL 61054
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Checkout Yes, Immediate
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IL 6.25%   
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This auction is for a very nice U.S. Winchester Enfield 1917 in excellent condition. The condition of the metal and the finish is amazing as well as the wood stock and probably a WWII rebuild. This is the cleanest 1917 I have ever seen. The wood is excellent and has a nice dark finish. The bore is lightly frosted but still ok to shoot. It has a 26” barrel that is chambered in .30-06 (6 shot). The butt plate is in good condition (there are no tools under the trap door). The front and rear swivel are intact and ready for a sling. The mechanics function and lock up as it should. The parts condition and markings are as shown in photos.

It's common to find a mix of parts from different manufacturers on rifles that have been repaired or rebuilt at the arsenal. There are three different markings on this rifle E is for Eddystone, R for Remington, and W for Winchester you can see there markings on the barrel bands, the rear sight, the bolt, the firing pin on the front sight, the (JA) Johnson Automatics indicates it has a replacement barrel; Johnson Automatics is a company that made replacement barrels for the 1917. If you look at the end of the stock just under the muzzle you will see (W) pressed in the wood, this mark indicates that Winchester manufactured the stock. There is an arsenal repair to the wood stock right under where the bolt handle rest. This repair is from a time when real wood crafters were employed at the Arsenal as you can see the joint is almost seamless. (can be seen in the photos)

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