The 1876 Centennial Rifle from Uberti is an exact replica of the Winchester Centennial Rifle, but even better.. It has stronger materials and more precise matching to exacting tolerances and specifications Winchester rifle is a comprehensive term describing a series of lever-action repeating rifles manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Developed from the 1860 Henry rifle , Winchester rifles were among the earliest repeaters Model 1876 In 1876, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company introduced the Model 1876 at the Philadelphia Centennial, celebrating the anniversary of the declaration of Independence from British rule. The 1876 was chambered in much more powerful hunting cartridges than the 1873 model Although Winchester had a winner with its Model 1873, its initial .44-40 Win. chambering was underpowered for anything other than small- to medium-size critters. To appeal to the lucrative sport.
A Winchester Model 1876 carbine in .45-75. This carbine was shipped on April 3 rd , 1885, along with 399 similar carbines comprising order number 19819, to the North West Mounted Police in Canada When it was introduced, the .50-95 Winchester was the largest member in the line-up of cartridges for the repeating Model 1876. All of the cartridges chambered in the 1876 Winchester were considered short-range rounds when comparing them to the midrange and long range cartridges that were available only in single-shot rifles at that time
Shooting and discussing a replica of the Winchester 1876. The owner of this rifle at Tennessee Gun Country indicates that the light strikes WERE due to a weak firing pin spring. ----- ----- Please. Winchester 1876 1873 Rifle,Carbine Original,Main Spring pre 64 fits 94 1894 Winchester 1894 1886 1876 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine Stud and Ring Pre 64 Only
Winchester 1876 cal.50/95 Replica by Chaparral Arms ( made in Italy Winchester 1894 1886 1876 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine Stud and Ring Pre 64 Only . $32.49. Top Rated Plus. 1876 Winchester Magazine Tube - Blank. $70.00. FAST 'N FREE Title: Winchester 1876 Gun Parts antique firearms, Winchester, Marlin, Remington Jimenez, Bryco Jennings, Buttplates, Barrels, Sights, Screws Description: Replacement and original parts for Winchesters and other antique firearms plus Jimenez Bryco Jennings, including firing pins, magazine tubes, barrels, receivers, takedown manuals, butt plates.
The Winchester Model 1886 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning to handle some of the more powerful cartridges of the period. Originally chambered in .45-70, .45-90 WCF and .40-82 WCF, it was later offered in a half dozen other large cartridges, including the .50-110 Winchester The Winchester Model 1876 changed that forever. Winchester Model 1873 Cowboy Rifle - New Gun Review Very few guns in history stick out and say hey, I did something significant first time posting. I'm looking at buying this rifle. It looks like it was built in 1885 (ser#48174). This is my first Winchester and if I get it I will deer hunt with it
Winchester Model 1876 sporting configuration in 45-60 WCF with 26 inch barrel 1876 Winchester rifle similar to the one used in Tombstone . Actual Winchester Model 1876 used by Steve McQueen during the filming of the movie Tom Horn Winchester Lever Action Repeating Firearms : The Models of 1866, 1873 & 1876 (For Collectors Only) [Arthur Pirkle] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The lever action repeating rifles produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company are easily the most famous and recognizable firearms in American history. For nearly 140 year
NARROW YOUR SEARCH CALIBER .60 Caliber Ball - (1 Winchester Model 1876 .45-60 (W9273) $19,500.00. Winchester Model 1876 .45-60 caliber rifle. Made in 1883. Excellent condition with 98% of the original finish. About as good as you can get. Barrel is half round, half octagon in 45-60. Bore is excellent. Lever and hammer.. This short rifle is an exact copy of an original 1876 Winchester that was found and brought to Cimarron to see if they would be interested in making a replica of the truly one-of-a-kind piece of history. Cimarron jumped at the chance and is selling these reproductions. I'm not really a collector or competition shooter
The Model 1876 was discontinued in 1898, after 63,871 guns had been produced. Original Winchester factory records are available for this model from the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody , Wyoming , from serial number 1 thru 63871 Description: Winchester 1876 Standard rifle, 28 octagonal barrel. .45-70, full length magazine. The receiver is thinning nickel, blued barrel. Good mechanically, fair bore. There is a little damage on the dust cover where it was pried open, but the rest of the gun is in good condition Winchester 1876 .45-60 caliber rifle. Made in 1881. Very nice sharp gun with a good amount of finish. This gun has around 45% of the original blue on the barrel mixed with some light pitting
This carbine is serial numbered in the 40,000 range and is listed in Winchester's North West Mounted Police Carbines by Lewis Yearout. Yearout's notes about order #11518 are as follows. Early in 1884, an order was placed for 50 1876 carbines. Winchester Shipping order number 11518 was shipped on April 23, 1884 The original Winchester 1876 model was the first big-game repeater, making it the hunting rifle of choice by America's greatest outdoorsman, Teddy Roosevelt (shown at left with his engraved 1876 model)
The Winchester Repeating Arms Co. took these critiques seriously and to heart and thus began producing a more beefed up carbine especially for the NWMP. These new 1876 carbines are referred to in the Force's annual reports as the New Pattern Winchester Carbines Indeed, that is why Winchester produced the Model 1876 to begin with - i.e. to have an action big enough to handle full-size rifle cartridges, rather than the pistol calibers to which all of their earlier models, up to and including the Model 1873 rifle, had been limited (such as .38-40, .44-40 and so on.
The Winchester Model 1876 Rifle was introduced as a large-caliber big game rifle. Originally intended to chamber the popular .45-70 Government cartridge, the toggle and link system was not strong enough to handle this ammunition Winchester 1876, .45-75 Post by Jim Stewart » Fri Jun 18, 2004 8:17 am This is off topic, but I don't know a better pool of knowledge about loading obsolete black powder cartridges Winchester produced the 1876 to try to get in on military sales (the .44-40 was deemed too weak) and to horn in on the buffalo hunter market. The 1873 Winchester was arguably the best rifle for what it was designed for in that era
. Early attempts to enlarge the 1873 action to use the .45-70 Government cartridge were unsuccessful, for two reasons Beautiful antique Winchester 1876 in cal 45-60 rifle. Still a lot of original blue on the barrel, bullet tube and receiver. This big brother of the Winchester 1873 is designed to be able to deviate heavier calibers without too many changes in the design of the 1873 Winchester Owners Forum is privately owned and operated. It is not affiliated or operated by Winchester company. Views and opinions expressed here are not necessarily that of Winchester Winchester Model 1876 Winchester rifle is a comprehensive term describing a series of lever-action repeating rifles manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company . Developed from the 1860 Henry rifle , Winchester rifles were among the earliest repeaters
I bought an old Winchester 1876 circa 1884, in 40-60. The gun is in good condition, with correct bore, but with some few pitting. The groove diameter is .407,5, and the bore is 403,5, so the groove depth is only 0,002 (all grooves the same) Description. This Winchester Model 1876, manufactured in 1883, has been fully restored and upgraded to include 3X fancy stocks and H pattern checkering, and the addition of engraving - a Ulrich style scroll with gold wire on hammer and barrel, which would have been used as a factory pattern, completes the upgrade Model 1876 Centennial 40-60 Winchester 28 Straight Grip Standard Blue . $1,300.89 Buffalo Arms is closed on the Following Holidays so that our employees can.
PHONE (218) 739-3255. This is the best way to reach us. Generally someone is available to answer your call from 9am to 5pm, Central Time Winchester 1876 .45-60 Lever Action Round Barrel Full Tube Magazine Manufactured 1882 Antique .45-6 Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle in .45-60 caliber showing 28 octagon barrel, More information Find this Pin and more on leverguns by Jesse Thorstad
Because this public debut occurred on the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the new Winchester Model 1876 was named the Centennial Rifle. This exquisite example of a Model 1876, made in 1880, is caliber 45-60 with a 26 inch octagonal barrel, frosty bore, good rifling, and deluxe walnut stock checkered at wrist and forearm The Winchester Model 1876, or Centennial Model, was a heavier-framed rifle than the Models 1866 and 1873, chambered for full-powered centerfire rifle cartridges suitable for big-game hunting, rather than the handgun-size rimfire and centerfire rounds of its predecessors. While similar in design to the 1873, the 1876 was actually based on a. 1876 ROSSER Ln is a house in WINCHESTER, VA 22601. This 1,438 square foot house sits on a 4,217 square foot lot and features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This property was built in 2000 and last sold on November 01, 2016 for $249,000 Find a variety of Winchester rifles for sale at Cabela's. Our huge selection of popular models includes the legendary 1873 - Cabela's CLUB. Cabela's Canada
Oliver Winchester buys control of New Haven Arms Company and changes name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Model 1866 Yellow Boy lever action introduced -- first gun to bear the Winchester name. 1868: Assets of Spencer Company purchased by Winchester. 187 Parts of a Rifle 1876 Winchester : Be sure gun is unloaded before beginning to disassemble! Click to enlarg Chaparral Winchester Instruction Manual. Chaparral Arms Brings You. The Winchester Model 1876 The Winchester Model 1873 The Winchester Model 1866. Chaparral Arms is pleased to offer the classic Winchester Models 1876, 1873 and 1866 lever action rifles to the American market After using both the Uberti and Winchester Model 1873's, I developed a very slight preference for the Winchester version. This is mostly because I like a straight hand stock and the Winchester's increased stock pitch fit me somewhat better
.C. Smith. 1876, and Hotchkiss serial number. Know what your Winchester firearms are worth with this up-to-date 64-page .PDF download from the Standard Catalog of Firearms. * Completely updated pricing for Winchester firearms with new entries and photo Home » Categories » Uberti » Rifles » Uberti 1876 Rifle. Uberti 1876 Rifle. Item 2. Code UB:2500002. Description Uberti Hammer (1876) Check Stock. Price US$75.00. in original Winchester Model 1876 rifles. As of this writing, TEN-X Ammu-nition is the only company offering factory loads for the .45-60 WCF
In 1876 Winchester introduced a new lever action rifle. The Winchester 1876 rifle was called the Centennial Rifle, in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the United States. Favored by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, the 1876 Centennial Rifle was the king of its day RS-WIN-66-U Tang sight, Lyman No. 2 sight, for Uberti Model 1866 Winchester Rifle,. Price: $89.99 RS-WIN-73-U Tang sight, Lyman No. 2 sight, for Uberti Model 1873 Winchester Rifle , includes tang bolts for both straight and pistol grip model Standard Model 1876 rifles weigh at least 10 pounds, but this round won't beat the ballistics of a hot loaded .41 Magnum revolver! Original factory loads carried 62 grains of powder, but my cut-down Winchester .45-70 cases would only hold 55 to 57 grains Winchester 1876 NWMP Saddle Ring Carbine This Model 1876 Saddle Ring Carbine was issued to the Canadian North West Mounted Police. These carbines saw service in the NWMP as well as other groups like the Legion of Frontiersmen from 1878 until the beginning of the First World War
.5 bath home sold in Winchester, Virgini Winchester Model 73's with 7 leaf express sights were manufactured for the India and South Africa markets and are hard to find today in the United States today. The first Winchester Model 73 Winchester's had thumb print dust covers with 5 different ones made in the first and early second model 73's Styles of the Model 1876. You have determined the model of your Winchester. Now you will need to determine what type STYLE of 1876 you have. All three style rifles were produced in the First, Second and Third model series
Dust cover operates on one central guide held in place with two screws: Checkered oval finger guide stamped on top of dust cover in early guns: Later 2nd Model guns have serrated finger grips on rear of dust cove Winchester 1876 Centennial . Charles Rodney ordered a Winchester Model 1876 full-stocked carbine, as used by the Canadian North West Mounted Police (the mounties), but died before he could claim it. Rafe Covington purchases it and uses it to dispatch a multitude of bad guys Winchester COOEY $80. Canadian 22 Automatic Stock New. Same stock as. the Iver Johnson Trailblazer ===== See the stock page for LOTS of. Winchester finished and semi finish. Stocks. Walnut, Laminated, Thumbhole etc. Click GUN STOCKS ===== WINCHESTER STOCKS . AND PICTURES CLICK ON Winchester Stocks ===== Parts NET Cost. Winchester 1876 . Rifle.
. The Model 1876 Winchester uses the same basic design as the Model 1873, adapted for larger cartridges. The majority of Winchester '76's are in a rifle configuration, but occasionally carbines and muskets are encountered Home > Gun Parts > Parts For Original Longarms > Winchester Longarms > M1876 Rifle M1876 Rifle SP0457 Sideplate Screw For 1876 Winchester Rifle & Carbine
Winchester 1876 .45-60 It had been stashed for decades. I dont know much about the history of the .45-60 although Im sure it's a rich one, just curious if anyone might have an idea of it's possible antique value Winchester 1876, .45-60, very nice condition with lots of bluing. Manufactured in 1882 complete with a factory letter from 1978. I bought this from the person whose name is on the letter so he had it for almost 40 years
The Winchester Model 1876 by Kirk Durston As the eastern Arizona sky paled into dawn on July 17, 1882, Na-tio-tish, and his band of more than fifty Apache warriors waited quietly on the far side of a fork of East Clear Creek The Winchester Model 1876 (Centennial Model) was Winchester's answer for a repeating gun that could handle larger and more powerful calibers. At the time only single-shot rifles could handle those calibers and Winchester saw the need for a repeater. The gun is based on the Model 1873, but with a larger and stronger receiver Original Winchester 1876 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine .45-75 Here is a beautiful 1876 Winchester third model saddle ring carbine in the infamous 45-75. caliber. Everything is here, nothing missing. The action is tight and works flawlessly. The wood is breathtaking as is the over all condition of this historic 1800's Winchester American.
Winchester Firearms Winchester Model 1860 Winchester Model 1866 Winchester Model 1873 Winchester Model 1876 Winchester Model 1886 Winchester Model 1894 Winchester Model 1895 Winchester various Models. Marlin Model 1881 rifles Marlin Model 1888 rifles Marlin Model 1889 rifles Marlin Model 1893 rifles Marlin various models. US Antique Gun Winchester wanted to compete in the marketplace and hence the 1876. Produced from 1876 until 1886 approximately 63,871 1876s of all types were built. The last 1876 rifle left the factory in 1897 and was likely made up of various unused parts Winchester Model 73 - Model 1873 Originally chambered for the .44-40 cartridge, the Winchester model 1873 later was chambered in .38-40 and .32-20. Winchester produced three variations of the Model 1873 lever action Winchester Model 73 Custom Parts Part # Description ( DIFFERENT FROM 1876 ) $20.00: W73039: Winchester Bob - Custom built parts for vintage Winchester arms. Some one was aking about the CHAPARREL copy of an 1876 WINCHESTER. I have owned and shot several WINCHESTER rifles in the past, mostly at SASS long range events. I have used them in 40-60 and in 45-60. The weight of the rifle seems to takes most kick out of the recoil and of course the use of Black powder versus Smokeless makes a big difference