WINCHESTER RIFLES: LEVER ACTIONS - 1860-1964
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HENRY RIFLE Get Pricing

.44 Henry Flat (rimfire) cal., 15 shot, 24 in. barrel with integral slotted tube mag. and loading lever, blue barrel, brass or iron frame. Approx. 13,000 total production, mfg. 1860-1866.

Henry Rifle Iron Frame Model Get Pricing

frame made of iron, round type buttplate, without lever latch, adj. sporting type rear leaf sight, serial numbers are in three digits only. Total production is believed to be less than 300.

$75,000 - $150,000 (Above Ave.) $50,000 - $75,000 (Average) $25,000 - $50,000 (Below Ave.)

Henry Rifle First Model Get Pricing

approx. 3,500 mfg., generally serialized below 3,500, with or without lever latch, perch belly stock and slotted receiver for rear sight.

Henry Rifle Martial Marked Get Pricing

contracted by U.S. military for Civil War use, denoted by "C.G.C." inspector markings on upper barrel breech and stock, approx. 1,900 with serialization scattered.

Henry Rifle Late Model Get Pricing

similar to first model, except buttplate heel has pointed profile, lever latch became standard and receiver is not slotted for rear sight, serial numbers over approx. 3,500, most commonly encountered Henry with approx. 8,000 mfg.

MODEL 1866 Get Pricing

.44 rimfire or centerfire (4th Model only), 24 in. barrel, blue barrel with brass frame, differs from Henry in that it has a wood forearm, frame cartridge loading port, and separate tube mag. Total production reached 170,101 for all models, mfg. 1866-98.

Model 1866 First Model Rifle Get Pricing

"Improved Henry" action, .44 cal. rimfire, without forend cap, serialization is concealed on lower tang inside buttstock, serial range is from mid-12,000 to mid-15,000 (in Henry serial range sequence).

Model 1866 Carbine First Model Get Pricing

same action as Rifle, only with 20 in. barrel, 2 barrel bands and saddle ring.

Model 1866 Rifle Second Model Get Pricing

"New Model" with redesigned frame, with Henry barrel markings, serial number inside on the earlier guns after ser. no. 19,000, outside lower tang beneath lever (approx. after ser. no. 20,000).

Model 1866 Carbine Second Model Get Pricing

frame and other changes similar to Second Model Rifle.

Model 1866 Rifle Third Model Get Pricing

block style serial numbers usually located behind trigger, improved frame. Serial numbered approx. 25,000-149,000.

Model 1866 Carbine Third Model Get Pricing

same changes as Model 1866 Third Model Rifle, 20 in. barrel with 2 bands.

Model 1866 Musket Third Model Get Pricing

27 in. round barrel, 24 in. magazine, 3 barrel bands.

Model 1866 Rifle/Carbine/Musket Fourth Model Get Pricing

.44 cal., twin rimfire and centerfire, script style serial number on lower tang near lever latch, improved frame, serial range approx. 149,000-170,101.

MODEL 1873 Get Pricing

.32-20 WCF, .38-40 WCF, or .44-40 WCF cal., iron frame with sideplates, frame loading port, 20 or 24 in. round or octagon barrel, rifles have forearm caps and carbines have forearm bands, tube mag., blue finish with case hardened parts, oil finished stock, serial numbered on lower tang, 720,610 mfg. between 1873-1919.

Model 1873 First Model Rifle Get Pricing

serial numbers approx. 1-30,000, sliding thumbprint dust cover on 2 guides which are an integral part of upper frame, absence of any cal. marking.

Model 1873 Carbine First Model Get Pricing

20 in. round barrel with carbine style forearm band. Distinctive curved buttplate, with saddle ring.

Model 1873 Musket First Model Get Pricing

30 in. round barrel, 27 in. mag. with 3 barrel bands, approx. 500 mfg.

Model 1873 Rifle Second Model Get Pricing

improved dust cover which slides on center rail on rear section of frame top which is held in place by two screws, serial range 31,000-90,000.

Model 1873 Carbine Second Model Get Pricing

changes similar to 1873 Second Model Rifle, with 20 in. round barrel and 2 barrel bands.

Model 1873 Musket Second Model Get Pricing

changes similar to 1873 Second Model Rifle, with 30 in. barrel and 3 barrel bands.

Model 1873 Rifle Third Model Get Pricing

dust cover rail integral with frame, serial 90,000-end of production.

Model 1873 Carbine Third Model Get Pricing

changes similar to 1873 Rifle Third Model, with 20 in. barrel and 2 barrel bands.

Model 1873 Musket Third Model Get Pricing

30 in. round barrel and 3 barrel bands.

Model 1873 .22 Rimfire Rifle Get Pricing

.22 S, L, or Extra L (very rare) cal., 24 in. barrel, no loading gate, the first .22 caliber repeater, 19,552 produced, mfg. 1884-1904. Made in rifle configuration only.

Model 1873 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by color case hardened frame and deluxe checkered stock and forearm, this model was special order only with many features and options available at an extra cost.

Model 1873 Trapper's Carbine Get Pricing

all features similar to .22 rimfire model, except available with 14, 15, or 16 in. barrel.

Model 1873 "One of One Thousand " Get Pricing

special care taken during assembly and testing to guarantee better accuracy, markings on top of breech designate model, deluxe walnut, extremely rare, barrel marked "One of One Thousand" in most cases, 136 mfg. Original cost was $100.

Model 1873 "One of One Hundred " Get Pricing

similar to "One of One Thousand" only rarer, 8 known. Sold new for $20 over the list price of a similarly equipped Model 1873.

MODEL 1876 Get Pricing

.40-60 WCF, .45-60 WCF, .45-75 WCF (first caliber offered), or .50-95 Express cal., 22, 26, or 28 in. round or octagon barrel, similar but larger frame than Model 1873, tube mag., rifles have forearm caps while carbines and muskets have forearm bands and caps, crescent butt, blue finish, straight grip stock, 63,871 mfg. between 1876-1897.

Model 1876 Rifle First Model Get Pricing

serial numbered approx. 1-5,000, distinguishable by no dust cover on frame top.

Model 1876 Carbine First Model Get Pricing

22 in. round barrel, one barrel band, saddle ring, full-length forearm giving a musket appearance.

Model 1876 Musket First Model Get Pricing

32 in. round barrel with 1 band, scarce model because no foreign military contracts.

Model 1876 Rifle Second Model Get Pricing

"Thumbprint" dust cover rail held on by screw, serial range 5,000-30,000.

Model 1876 Carbine Second Model Get Pricing

changes similar to Model 1876 Rifle Early Second Model, with 22 in. round barrel and full length forearm giving a musket appearance.

Model 1876 Musket Second Model Get Pricing

changes similar to Model 1876 Rifle Early Second Model, with 32 in. round barrel and carbine forend tip.

Model 1876 Rifle Third Model Get Pricing

dust cover rail integral with frame, serial range 30,000-end of production.

Model 1876 Carbine Third Model Get Pricing

frame similar to Model 1876 Rifle Third Model, with 22 in. round barrel and full-length forearm giving a musket appearance.

Model 1876 Musket Third Model Get Pricing

frame similar to Model 1876 Rifle Third Model, with 32 in. round barrel.

Model 1876 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by color case hardened frame and deluxe checkered stock and forearm, this model was special order only with many features and options available at extra cost.

Model 1876 "One of One Thousand" Get Pricing

special care taken in manufacture to guarantee better accuracy, markings on top of breech designate model, deluxe walnut, extremely rare, 54 mfg. Original cost was $100.

Model 1876 "One of One Hundred" Get Pricing

similar to "One of One Thousand" only rarer, 8 mfg. Sold new for $20 over the list price of a similarly equipped Model 1876.

Model 1876 Northwest Mounted Police Carbine Get Pricing

.45-75 WCF cal. only, 22 in. barrel, "NWMP" or "MP" marking may appear on stock (with wear, this cartouche may not be visible - the majority were not marked) approx. 1,600 mfg., factory records can only verify 150.

MODEL 1886 Get Pricing

.33 WCF, .38-56 WCF, .38-70 WCF (830 mfg.), .40-65 WCF, .40-70 WCF (629 mfg.), .40-82 WCF, .45-70 Govt., .45-90, .50-110 Express, or .50-100-450 (234 mfg.) cal. available, Browning's first high power lever action design distinguishable by vertical locking bars, .45-70 Govt. most popular cal., 26 in. round or octagon barrel, tube mag., steel forend cap, straight grip stock. Case colored receiver was standard finish until 1901, then blue became the standard finish. Approx. 159,990 mfg. between 1886-1935.

Model 1886 Standard Rifle Get Pricing

various cals., color case hardening was standard on the frame, buttplate, and forend cap until 1901 (approx. 122,000 ser. no. range), when the standard finish became blue.

Model 1886 Carbine Get Pricing

same general specifications as Rifle, except 22 in. round barrel and saddle ring, solid frame only.

Model 1886 Musket Get Pricing

almost all are chambered in .45-70 Govt. cal., 30 in. round barrel, full-length military style forearm, military sights, only 350 mfg., very rare.

Model 1886 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by deluxe checkered pistol grip walnut stock and forearm, color case hardened frame, this model was special order only with many features and options available at extra cost.

Model 1886 Lightweight Rifle Get Pricing

.45-70 Govt. or .33 WCF cal. only, 22 (.45-70 Govt. cal.) or 24 (.33 WCF cal.) in. round nickel steel tapered barrel, half mag., rubber shotgun buttplate.

Model 1886 Deluxe Lightweight Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy checkered wood stock.

MODEL 1892 RIFLE Get Pricing

.25-20 WCF, .32-20 WCF, .38-40 WCF, or .44-40 WCF cal., 24 in. round or octagon barrel, blue, tube mag., forend cap, crescent butt. Approx. 1,000,000 mfg. between 1892-1941.

Model 1892 Rifle Antique Get Pricing

.25-20 WCF, .32-20 WCF, .38-40 WCF, or .44-40 WCF cal., 24 in. round or octagon barrel, blue, tube mag., forend cap, crescent butt, ser. no. range under 168,000. Mfg. 1892-1898.

Model 1892 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip checkered wood. Mfg. 1892-1941.

MODEL 1892 CARBINE Get Pricing

20 in. round barrel, 2 barrel bands, and saddle ring, except one barrel band and one rifle style mag. tube retainer on cals. .25-20 WCF and .32-20 WCF.

MODEL 1892 TRAPPER'S CARBINE Get Pricing

all features similar to standard SRC, except has a 12, 14, 15, 16, or 18 in. barrel, so called Trapper's Model because it was handy for trappers who had to carry a powerful but lightweight repeating rifle.

MODEL 1892 MUSKET Get Pricing

most are chambered in .44-40 WCF cal., 30 in. round, full length military style forearm with military style rear sight.

MODEL 1894 RIFLE Get Pricing

.25-35 WCF, .30-30 Win. (.30 WCF), .32-40 WCF, .32 Spl., or .38-55 WCF cal., most common (and popular) is .30-30 Win. cal., tube mag., 24 or 26 in. round or octagon barrel was standard, blue, straight grip stock, Model 1894 barrel marking changed just before ser. no. 500,000 circa 1908, tang marking changed after ser. no. 500,000, "18" was removed around ser. no. 1,000,000 circa 1927. Over 5,000,000, mfg. 1894-2006.

Model 1894 Rifle 1894-1898 Mfg. Get Pricing

antique mfg., pre-148,000 ser. no.

Model 1894 Rifle 1899-1929 Mfg. Get Pricing

Model 94s built 1899-1929. After 1929, only the Model 1894 carbine was produced up until 1940.

Model 1894 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip checkered wood. Mfg. 1894-1929.

MODEL 1894 TRAPPER'S CARBINE Get Pricing

all features similar to the standard SRC, except with a 14, 15, or 16 in. barrel.

Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Antique Get Pricing

20 in. round barrel, antique mfg., pre-148,000 ser. no.

Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine Eastern Get Pricing

features long forearm, early stock design, early style carbine post or hooded ramp (later mfg.) front sight, and without saddle ring, mfg. late 1920s-early 1930s.

MODEL 1894 1940-1964 PRODUCTION CARBINE Get Pricing

1940-1964 mfg. without saddle ring, barrel is marked Model 94.

MODEL 1895 RIFLE FLATSIDE Get Pricing

.30 US (most common), .38-72, or .40-72 cal., early model, distinguishable in that frame does not have fluting or ridge contouring, serial range approx. 1-5000. Mfg. 1895-1896.

MODEL 1895 RIFLE Get Pricing

.30-03, .30-06, .30-40 Krag, .303 Brit., .35 Win., .38-72, .40- 72, .405 Win., or 7.62mm Russian cal., 24-28 in. barrel, blue action, box mag., straight grip stock, 425,881 mfg. from 1896-1931.

Model 1895 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip checkered wood. Mfg. 1894-1929.

MODEL 1895 CARBINE Get Pricing

.30 US (.30-40 Krag Army - most common cal.), .30-03, .30-06, or .303 Brit. cal., 22 in. round barrel, military style top handguard wood and military sights, with or without saddle ring.

MODEL 1895 FLATSIDE MUSKET Get Pricing

early models have serial range under 5,000, no flutes on frame, .30-40 Krag only.

MODEL 1895 MUSKET Get Pricing

.30-03, .30-06, or .30-40 Krag cal., 28 in. round barrel with handguard over barrel, military sights.

MODEL 1895 NRA MUSKET Get Pricing

.30-03, .30-06, or .30-40 Krag cal., similar to Standard Musket grade with 24 or 30 in. barrel, 1901 Krag style rear sight. NRA approved for official NRA competition.

MODEL 1895 RUSSIAN MUSKET Get Pricing

7.62mm Russian cal., over 293,000 mfg. for Imperial Russian Govt., mfg. 1915-16, various Russian Ordnance stamps should be present.

MODEL 53 RIFLE Get Pricing

.25-20 WCF, .32-20 WCF, or .44-40 WCF cal., 22 in. round barrel, 1/2 tube mag. holding 6 cartridges, solid frame or takedown, blue finish, pistol grip or straight grip stock, serial numbered both separately and within the Model 92 range. Mfg. 24,916 between 1924-32.

Model 53 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip checkered wood.

MODEL 55 RIFLE Get Pricing

.25-35 WCF (rare), .30-30 Win. (takedown only), or .32 Win. Spl. cal., lever action design, solid frame (less common) and takedown (more common), 24 in. round barrel, shotgun style buttstock with serrated steel buttplate, tube mag., holds 3 cartridges. Approx. 20,500 mfg. between 1924-1932. Serial numbered independently to approx. 2,865, then serialized with Model 1894 production on underside of receiver. Simply could not compete with the Model 1894.

Model 55 Rifle Standard Cals. Get Pricing

.30-30 Win. or .32 Win. Spl. cal.

MODEL 64 RIFLE Get Pricing

.219 Zipper (very rare), .25-35 WCF (rare), .30-30 Win., or .32 Win. Spl. cal., 20 (may be referred to as carbine) or 24 in. round barrel, with standard 26 in. on the .219 Zipper, blue metal, pistol grip stock, revamped Model 55 action with increased mag. capacity, 66,783 mfg. between 1933-1957 and 1972-73 (over 8,250 mfg. in .30-30 Win. cal. only - these last two years with minor changes).

Model 64 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy checkered wood stock with pistol grip.

MODEL 65 RIFLE Get Pricing

.218 Bee (introduced 1939), .25-20 WCF, or .32-20 WCF cal., 22 in. round barrel (except .218 Bee - 24 in.), 1/2 tube mag. holding 7 cartridges, blue with pistol grip stock. Mfg. 5,704 between 1933-1947.

Model 65 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip checkered wood.

MODEL 71 RIFLE Get Pricing

.348 Win. cal., 2/3 tube mag. holding 4 cartridges, improved Model 1886 frame, blue metal with pistol grip stock, 20 or 24 in. barrel, short or long tang. Mfg. 47,254 between 1935-1957.

Model 71 Deluxe Rifle Get Pricing

distinguishable by fancy pistol grip cap, sling swivel studs, checkered wood.

MODEL 88 RIFLE Get Pricing

pre-ยด64 version with diamond cut checkering, no barrel band, 22 in. barrel. Mfg. 1955-63. Total production for all varieties of the Model 88 Lever Action was approx. 284,000 units. Mfg. 1955-1963.
WINCHESTER RIFLES: LEVER ACTIONS - 1860-1964 Values by percentages are not listed on the Models Henry and 1866, as original condition over 30% is seldom encountered.
Volcanic pistols and carbines may be found under the Volcanic listing.

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