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This is an outstanding, high condition pre-World War II Winchester Model 94 saddle ring carbine as manufactured in 1920. Finding these pre-war examples in near new condition is becoming extremely difficult, and this example is certainly a stunner! The carbine is fitted with a pinned blade front sight and a folding ladder rear sight. A saddle ring is mounted on the left side of the receiver. The left side of the barrel carries the two-line Winchester address/patent dates marking, two-line nickel steel marking, and the caliber designation. A Winchester factory oval proof is stamped on the barrel and receiver at the breech. The upper tang has the three-line Model 94/trade mark information. Mounted with a plain carbine forearm and buttstock.
Excellent plus, retaining 98% plus original blue finish with several spots of slight flaking visible on the right side of the receiver and the rear barrel band mostly a smooth brown patina. The wood is also excellent plus with the slightest handling marks. Mechanically excellent. An absolutely beautiful example of an interwar era Winchester Model 94 saddle ring carbine.
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