The Model 1886 is another result of the genius of John M. Browning and features what is generally recognized as one of the finest actions ever developed. The 1886 was made to stand up to the heavier loads of the day and its basic design resurfaced later in the Winchester Model 71. The Extra Light Weight version of the 1886 was introduced in 1986. These rifles are chambered in .45-70 Gov't and feature a 22-inch round, tapered barrel, a half magazine, a hard rubber shotgun buttplate, and a straight-grip stock. These rifles were built in small quantities (with a Takedown model offered as an additional option), making them a highly sought-after variant. This 1903-manufacutured rifle features a post front sight with Buckhorn and tang-mounted rear sights. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.