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Filthy Lucre, 55674L

Navy Arms 1866 44wcf.

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Navy Arms 1866, 44wcf. 24" octogonal barrel. Previous owner installed a new rear sight and had a new dovetail cut. Old dovetail is open. Has had an action job, don't know by whom. Receiver has never been cleaned. Bore is good. $625.00 plus shipping to your ffl. Please e-mail for photos.

 

Original 4 piece cleaning rod for a Winchester 73. Very clean. 225. shipped.

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Very interested, Filthy, would you please send me pictures as well? I'm new to SASS, and only need a rifle to complete my start-up outfit. Have been very keen to get a '66 or '73 in 44WCF. My email is ryan.agadoni@biola.edu

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Photos on their way.

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1866 SOLD pending.

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please tell me more about the original 1873 cleaning rod. What type tip does it have, etc?

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please tell me more about the original 1873 cleaning rod. What type tip does it have, etc?

 

It's 4 piece, slotted end. Great condition, no pitting. 27 3/4"

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It's 4 piece, slotted end. Great condition, no pitting. 27 3/4"

how about the handle end. what is it made of? is there a picture of it? auburn4814@yahoo.com

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how about the handle end. what is it made of? is there a picture of it? auburn4814@yahoo.com

the pic helped , so it was made after 1892, it looks like.

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the pic helped , so it was made after 1892, it looks like.

 

Just found some info. Yes it seems it was made after 1892.

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Just found some info. Yes it seems it was made after 1892.

would you take a personal check or do you need a money order?

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would you take a personal check or do you need a money order?

Personal cheque is fine

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