I am selling a very nice 1960 Winchester Model 88. The metal is nearly flawless, the wood has normal wear for a 55 year old rifle. It's chambered in .308, no rust, action is tight, bore is shiny, lands and grooves are sharp. I have photographed the only area of concern on the stock, some scratches on the left side by the magazine. Either the prior owner wore a super bowl ring while hunting, or it was in some sort of truck rack that consistently scratched that area? The stock has not been cut down, the butt plate/grip cap are factory, as are the sling swivels, it has one detachable magazine. This is a great example for collection or a wonderful light weight classic hunter. $749 I prefer email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for looking. EDIT: All the talk on this thread about bad trigger/firing pins producing "full auto lever actions" (I think I'd keep that one... or donate it to the Chuck Connor's museum) was well intended but misplaced. Model 88's have no such problems. Buy with confidence.