Gun Revision Number 3 Updated on: April 11, 2012

Note: Values with green color has been updated in newer version

Title: Winchester Model 1885 Traditional Sporter — Case Hardened

Specifications

  • Type: Rifles
  • Make: Winchester
  • Model: 1885 Traditional Sporter — Case Hardened
  • Production:
  • Caliber: 38-55 Win., 45-70, 45-90, 40-65
  • Capacity: 1
  • Barrel Length: 28
  • Total Length: 44
  • Designed By:
  • Make Year: 0

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Website: http://www.winchesterguns.com/products/catalog/detail.asp?family=002C&mid=534183

Details

The Model 1885 Traditional Sporter from Winchester Repeating Arms is a case hardened old west styled gun that weighs in at a heavy 10 lbs 8 oz. We say heavy as most modern rifles weight around 7 or 8 lbs so this gun i a bit heavier. The 1885 Traditional Sporter comes in 4 calibers; 38-55 win, 45-70, 45-90, 40-65. If these rounds sound a bit strange that is because most are from around the late 1800's. You may have to hit up specialty ammo store depending on what caliber you get.

Nothing can be more representative of the opening of the American West and the early days of the Winchester Firearms brand than a single-shot rifle. They were the days of the great cattle drives, westbound wagon trains and herds of buffalo roaming the dusty plains. It was a time when men of courage and vision ... and their Winchester rifles led the way. They still do.

RECEIVER – Steel; Case colored; Drilled and tapped for tang sight
BARREL – Gloss blued; 28” round
ACTION – Single shot lever-action
STOCK – Satin finish; Grade I walnut; Cut checkering; Case colored
BPCR style buttplate; Schnabel forearm; Case colored lever
FEATURES – Marble’s® gold bead front sight

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