Winchester Model 1895 Receiver (Stripped) MFD 1900

Winchester Model 1895 Receiver (Stripped) MFD 1900

  • Make: Winchester –
  • Model: 1895 –
  • Caliber/Cartridge: n/a –
  • Capacity: 4 to 5 –
  • Serial Number: 27,635 –
  • Barrel Length: n/a –
  • Finish: Well-Worn/In-the-white –
  • Action Type: Lever-Action, Magazine Fed –
  • Details: 1900 MFD Project Winchester 1895 Stripped Receiver –
  • Condition: Fair to Good; the metalwork is well-worn/in-the-white, exhibiting scattered small gouges, marring, and surface pitting, it has been tapped once in the receiver sight location and the hole has been partially filled with an epoxy, the barrel threading shows some rust and roughness and may require chasing –


Only 1 left in stock

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