Manufactured circa 1915. This Ulrich shop factory engraved Winchester Model 1907rifle features a mountain scene of a bugling elk in a circle on the left side and a mountain goat on the right side. In addition the receiver is engraved with floral scroll designs. There is a 1 1/2 inch wedge of the same engraving design on top of the barrel at the breech. The trigger guard and forend cap are lightly engraved. The top of the barrel ahead of the rear sight is marked with the three line address/patent dates followed by ",351 CAL.", the two line nickel steel/smokeless powder marking is on the left rear next to the rear sight, and the Winchester oval proof is on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Matching serial numbers. Dovetailed blade front and adjustable rear sporting sights, tang mounted short range peep sight, blue finish and mounted with a nicely figured deluxe checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a hard rubber Winchester grip cap and checkered buttplate. Comes with a Heiser triple magazine pouch with three "-.351 CAL.-" marked 10 round magazines.
Very good. The rifle retains 30% plus original thin blue finish with extensive areas of smooth brown and gray patina on the balance. There is some light oxidation on the peep sight. The wood is very fine with a few minor dents on the forearm and overall crisp checkering. The markings and engraving are clear. Mechanically excellent. The three extra magazines are very good, and the pouch is good plus with some stains, scratches and tight stitching. One will look a long time to fine another factory engraved Winchester Model 1907!
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