Included for your consideration in this lot is an EXCEPTIONAL example of a late production Winchester 1890 Pump Action rifle, chambered in .22 short. The rifle was produced between 1890, and 1932. Production of receivers ceased in 1932, though final cleanup of dead-stock was put to use up until 1941 - prior to the permanent discontinuation of the rifle, due to our entrance of World War II. Actual production between these numbers was about 12,171 guns." This particular final production example utilizes a corn cob style walnut for-grip, and straight style butt-stock, with a steel crescent butt-plate, additionally showing the original buckhorn rear sight and original short blade/bead front sight. lastly, the rifle has a gorgeous 24" full octagon barrel, and a standard magazine tube. The rifle displays all of its correct style markings, including ""Winchester - Trade Mark - Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. & FGN." on the upper tang, Serial Number on the lower tang, and on the bottom of the receiver - in front of the trigger assembly, and "Made in U.S.A. Winchester Repeating Arms CO. New Haven, CONN. PAT. June 26. 88. DEC. 6. 92. NOV. 27. 06. MAY 30. 1911. - MODEL 90.-.22 Short." on the left side of the barrel, in front of the rear sight. Overall, the rifle shows very good condition, with a fantastic BRIGHT bore, very light handling marks on the walnut pieces, and a nice tight action. Serial Number: 634920. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background check.
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