Manufactured in 1916. Blade front sight and folding rear sight graduated to 200 yards. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent date marking ahead of the barrel band and the two line nickel steel/smokeless powder marking and "30 W.C.F." on the left rear. The Winchester oval proof is on the top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. The upper tang is marked with the three line model, make and trademark information. Saddle ring stud and ring mounted on the left side of the frame, full magazine and smooth forearm and straight grip stock with steel carbine buttplate. Accompanied by a letter from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives dated October 17, 2013 listing this carbine as being removed from the NFA (National Firearms Act) and classified as a curio and relic.
Good as refinished. The barrel and magazine show signs of having been cleaned with a smooth gray patina showing strong traces of original blue finish around the front sight base. The receiver has a smooth artificial grayish brown patina with areas of darker brown. The lever and buttplate have a smooth dark patina. The revarnished wood is good with scattered minor dings, dents and scratches. The markings are clear (proofs are light). The action is fine.
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