I am selling a Winchester 1876 in 45-60 that is in great shape. According to the letter from Winchester, this particular rifle was manufactured in 1883. The letter also states that the rifle was manufactured with a casehardened receiver which makes this gun somewhat rare. The gun is fully functional and shootable with black powder cartridge. The barrel is octagon and a full 28" long. As you can see in the pics, all stampings are still very readable.
The wood on this gun is in great shape with no major chunks missing and the figure in the wood is still beautiful for a 123 year old gun. As I said, you can plan on shooting this one as it is still fairly accurate.
I am asking
$3500 shipped in the CONUS for this gun and will include about 50 rounds of 45-60 ammo and RCBS reloading dies. Due to its age, this gun is not required to be sent to FFL.
Any questions feel free to e-mail me. I have more pictures if you are interested.