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WTS/WTT OR (Price drop, $400) Winchester model 1894 pre 64 saddle ring carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by 4runner, Jul 27, 2014.

  1. 4runner

    4runner Troutdale New Member

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    Looking to sell or trade my lever action 30-30. Rifle is extremely clean & well taken care of. Serial number is 548xxx. I believe was manufactured in 1910.
    Would trade for sig p226 mk 25, p229, h&k usp 9 or compact.
    Interested in ar's or pistol calibur carbines.
    Not interested in shotguns or bolt guns.
    $600
    Call or text Chris 503-919-1862
    Thanks for looking

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  2. HHT

    HHT Forest Grove, OR Active Member

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    That rifle is a thing of beauty. Logged in just to say that :)
     
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  3. joken

    joken Corvallis Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Too bad someone tried to make it pretty. Nice rifle, but it would have been worth a lot more money unmolested
     
  4. HHT

    HHT Forest Grove, OR Active Member

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    Bound to happen when a firearm has been around that long; it's still very pleasing to look at. The old guns, like old wooden boats, are in a different class altogether.
     
  5. 4runner

    4runner Troutdale New Member

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    Truer words have never been spoke sir. Yes it's true. Unfortunately this rifle's previous owner had left it it the laundry room with the drier vent disconnected. Developed a good layer of rust. They went through it extremely well & the rifling is virtually intact. Wish I got my hands on it awhile ago.
     
  6. HHT

    HHT Forest Grove, OR Active Member

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    Not a "sir".....a "ma'am" :cool: You know what they say about "assume"?
    Anyway, there's just no accounting for some of the stuff people do to guns; I wish you had this rifle before it spent time with the dryer, too, because other than what happened there it looks very well cared for. And I still say it's a thing of beauty.
    I love the looks of the old black powder rifles, too, but that doesn't stop me from owning an ugly (but beautiful in its own way) black rifle :p
     
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  7. kevlar

    kevlar Mt.Angel Active Member

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    Is all the bluing scrubbed off?
     
  8. HHT

    HHT Forest Grove, OR Active Member

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    Some of the older rifles did not have bluing....they had "browning" instead ;)
     
  9. kevlar

    kevlar Mt.Angel Active Member

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    Ok did someone scrub the browning off
     
  10. BillM

    BillM Amity OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Looks like someone went after it with some steel wool or a scotchbrite pad.
    Still looks like a solid shooter---and the OP's price does reflect the condition.
     
  11. cclfn

    cclfn Oregon 97401 Member

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    I'll take it per our text messages.
    Thanks
    Wes