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Winchester Model 1876 continued!

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by Flyingbullet, Jun 23, 2013.

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  1. Flyingbullet

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    For the people who saw my last post about the Winchester model 1876 I acquired, I have done some work on it to make it a wall hanger. Got some better pictures and made some cool mounts for it out of antler sheds. If you did not previously see my original post and pictures its under "Winchester Model 1876?"
     

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    Its hard to see the second picture but it says 45-60.
     
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    Wow! That pump .22 looks great! I have really enjoyed cleaning this gun. I hope I can find more guns that need TLC. Being 15 it keeps me occupied!
     
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    No one would call it NRA Excellent, but compared to what it was, it looks great! I confess when I saw the first pictures I thought it was some kind of dummy gun - it didn't even look real.

    Jim
     
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