Got,as in, "bought"..I DO speak English.. As I was told,it's a Spencer "Buffalo" rifle..anyone know about them? I know the history of the Spencer,just not the "Buffalo" part.Obviously it's a hunting conversion,but I need to know more about the conversion. I am going to sell this thing,so any ideas about value would help too. It's marked "Spencer repeating rifle co,Boston,Mass ,Pat'd March 6,1860" The number on the left rear of the receiver is "754". The barrel is also marked "754" under the foregrip. When the lever is down,there are 3 stamps on the right side,all are "472". The barrel is octagon,no stampings or caliber marking.Good,deep rifling but has some surface rust.(I'm going to give the whole thing a good cleaning) Barrel has a provision for a cleaning rod.Has a dovetail at the rear of barrel which looks to have been for a sight.The previous owner says it had a scope. Receiver has 2 threaded holes at top rear.I assume for a flip up sight,similar to a Marbles or something. Wood is in decent shape,the buttstock seems to be customized. Front band has some initials or rudimentary graffiti,and looks to be made of soft metal,possibly lead? Magazine tube and internals are all there. Rifle seems to function well,and I'm guessing it'll clean up real purty. Thoughts,opinions,or offers are truly appreciated!