Winchester Model 1886 WF Sheard Express Sight

Winchester Model 1886 WF Sheard Express Sight

You are considering a vintage Winchester Model 1886 WF Sheard Express Sight — these sights are INCREDIBLY rare to come by and were one-off manufactured by WF Sheard of Montana from 1880-1895 and then from Tacoma, Washington in the early 1900s. He manufactured all kinds of sights and held patents for a number of them. He was also well known for inscribing his name in the firearms he modified and sold. This particular sight is in good shape with light wear from usage, storage, and handling. The blued finish is roughly 50% complete and there is light surface oxidation throughout (easily cleaned up). All the leaf’s function as they should.


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