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MODEL 1885 Get Pricing

available in most popular rimfire and centerfire cals. between .22 S-L-LR and .50, falling block trigger guard activated action, John Browning's first high power single shot rifle design, many variations were made and we will list the standard types. Over 139,725 mfg. between 1885-1920.

Model 1885 Sporting Rifle Low Wall Get Pricing

24 or 26 in. round or octagon barrel was standard, open sights, solid frame, standard trigger.

Model 1885 Sporting Rifle High Wall Get Pricing

30 in. barrel, standard trigger, open sights, solid frame. Available in various size and weight barrels numbered (in front of forearm) from lightest to heaviest: 1, 2, 3, 3 1/2 (introduced 1910), 4, and 5. Case hardened frames standard until 1901 when bluing became standard, three different frames depending on caliber. Heavier barrels in rare calibers will bring a premium.

Model 1885 Schuetzen Rifle Get Pricing

high wall, 30 in. octagon barrel, double-set triggers, spur lever, aperture sight, Schuetzen style stock, adj. palm rest and buttplate.

Model 1885 Deluxe Sporting Rifle Get Pricing

various cals., available in Low Wall, High Wall, or Schuetzen configuration, distinguishable by case colored receiver and fancy pistol grip checkered wood.

Model 1885 High Wall Musket Get Pricing

usually found in .22 LR cal.

Model 1885 Low Wall Musket (Winder Musket) Get Pricing

low wall, 3rd model, .22 Short or LR (most common) cal., 28 in. barrel, standard trigger and lever, military style stock and sights, grooved forearm, one barrel band.

MODEL 1885 (RECENT MFG.) Get Pricing

please refer to the RIFLES: SINGLE SHOT, POST 1964 MFG. section for these listings.

MODEL 1900 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

.22 S and L cal., bolt action, 18 in. round barrel, blue metal, open sights, one-piece straight grip gumwood stock without fitted buttplate, takedown, not serial numbered. Approx. 105,000 mfg. between 1899-1902.

MODEL 1902 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

similar to 1900, bolt action, with minor improvements. Distinguishable by specially shaped extended trigger guard. Not serial numbered. Approx. 640,299 mfg. between 1902-1931.

THUMB TRIGGER MODEL 99 Get Pricing

similar to 1902, with button behind cocking piece used to fire with thumb instead of trigger, not serial numbered. Approx. 75,433 were mfg. between 1904-1923.

MODEL 1904 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

improved version of 1902, 21 in. round barrel, chambering included .22 Extra Long in 1914, not serial numbered. Approx. 302,859 mfg. between 1904-31.

Model 1904-A Single Shot Get Pricing

introduced 1927 with new sear bar and chambered for .22 LR.

MODEL 47 Get Pricing

.22 S, L, or LR cal., single shot bolt action, 25 in. round barrel, unique bolt design, uncheckered walnut stock, 5 1/4 lbs., approx. 43,000 (not serial numbered) mfg. during 1948-54.

MODEL 52 Get Pricing

please refer to listings in the Rifles: Bolt Action section.

MODEL 55 Get Pricing

.22 cal. only, top loading single shot, bottom ejection, 22 in. round barrel, open sporting sights, not serial numbered. Over 45,000 mfg. between 1958-61.

MODEL 58 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

similar to Models 1902 and 1904, .22 LR cal., 18 in. round barrel, open sights, takedown. Approx. 38,992 mfg. between 1928-31.

MODEL 59 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

improved Model 58 with 23 in. round barrel and pistol grip stock with buttplate. Approx. 9,200 mfg. between 1930-31.

MODEL 60 Get Pricing

.22 S, L, or LR cal., improved Model 59, 23 in. round barrel increased to 27 in. 1933. Approx. 160,754 mfg. between 1930-34.

MODEL 60A SPORTER Get Pricing

.22 S, L, or LR cal., sporter variation of Model 60, pistol grip walnut stock. Disc.

MODEL 60A TARGET Get Pricing

similar to Model 60 with Lyman 55W aperture rear sight, heavier target stock, and 27 in. round tapered barrel. Approx. 6,118 mfg. between 1932-39.

MODEL 67/67A Get Pricing

.22 S, L, LR or .22 WRF (introduced 1935) cal., 20 in. (Boys Rifle), 24 (miniature target boring), and 27 in. (sporting or smooth bore) round barrels, same basic action as the Model 60, not serial numbered. Approx. 383,000 mfg. between 1934-1963.

MODEL 677 Get Pricing

same basic specifications as Model 67, except no iron sights or sight cuts in barrel, not serial numbered, supplied with Win. 5-A scope, .22 WRF is scarce. Approx. 2,240 mfg. between 1937-39.

MODEL 68 Get Pricing

.22 LR or .22 WRF cal., bolt action single shot, similar to Model 67, walnut stock, supplied with aperture sight (no rear sight), not serial numbered. Approx. 100,000 mfg. between 1934-46.

MODEL 121 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE Get Pricing

.22 LR cal., bolt action, 20 3/4 in. barrel, open sights, plain pistol grip stock. Mfg. 1967-73.

MODEL 121Y SINGLE SHOT RIFLE Get Pricing

similar to 121, with shorter stock.

MODEL 121 DELUXE Get Pricing

similar to 121, with ramp front sight and sling swivels.

MODEL 310 SINGLE SHOT Get Pricing

.22 LR cal., bolt action, 22 in. barrel, open sights, checkered pistol grip stock, swivels. 13,544 mfg. 1972-1975.

WINGO "ICE PALACE" RIFLE Get Pricing

5mm shot cartridge, 22 in. round barrel with vent. rib, modified lever action Martini type single shot, walnut Monte Carlo stock and forearm, marked "WINGO" on both sides of receiver, mfg. in England for Winchester "Ice Palace" shooting center, electrical cord extends from the magazine connecting to a target throwing device which threw black clay mini-pigeons, approx. 20 mfg.
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