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Winchester Model 1895 Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF102587810

Key Features

  • Action - Lever Action

  • Caliber - .30 U.S.

  • Barrel Length - 28"

  • Weight - 8.4 Lbs.

  • Sights - Post Front/Adjustable Rear

Our Price   $2,999.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
The Model 1895 was the final gun designed by John M. Browning and has a long-proven record of durability, ease of use, exceptional accuracy, and power earned in big game fields across the globe. With its quick handling characteristics, box magazine and pointed bullet capability, the Model 1895 changed the world of sporting rifles forever. This 1910-manufactured rifle features a post front sight with an elevation-adjustable rear sight. Its wood and metal are in fair condition and its bore is in good condition.
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Specifications
Model Model 1895
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Lever Action
Caliber .30 U.S.
Barrel Length 28"
Weight 8.4 Lbs.
Sights Post Front/Adjustable Rear
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock Condition Fair
Metal Condition Fair
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 12-7/8"
Date of Manf. 1910

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