Manufactured in 1915 with standard markings including Winchester factory oval proofs on the barrel and receiver at the breech. These guns were incredibly popular working guns and are generally found showing signs of significant use, but remain highly desirable in almost any condition. It is fitted with pinned beaded blade front and folding ladder rear sights. Mounted with a smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a carbine buttplate. This carbine is listed by serial number by the BATFE as exempt from the National Firearms Act and classified as a "curio or relic" in the "Curios or Relics List." Also includes a copy of an ATF letter dated 1985 listing the carbine by serial number and stating that it has been removed from the purview of the NFA. Provenance: The Brandhorst Collection
Very good, retains 20% of the original blue finish on the barrel and magazine in sheltered areas with the balance mostly a smooth grey patina and some scattered patches of light surface pitting. The wood is also very good with some minor handling marks scattered throughout. Mechanically excellent.
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