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Caliber .22 H-P, Barrel length 20”. The Model 1899-H featherweight take down rifle was manufactured from 1912-1919. Referred to in the catalog as the “Imp”. One of the early small bore, high velocity rifles with a velocity of 2800 feet per second. Standard features: a rust blue barrel with matte blue frame, sporting rear sight with integral pinned front sight, case colored lever, serrated steel shotgun butt plate, with oil finished walnut stocks and take down feature. This rifle remains in original condition retaining virtually all its original factory finish on both wood and metal with a couple of minor high spots of wear and very minor age freckling on frame. Stocks are excellent, proud to metal, no cracks or chips with minor impressions. Brilliant case colors on sides of lever, thinned on bottom. Very good rifled bore with light frosting. Perfect action. Due to the high velocity, these rifles are usually found with completely washed out bores and cracks at wrist. This example remains in stellar, all original condition.
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Minimum Bid: $175.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $1,560.00
Estimate: $700 - $1,200
Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Saturday, April 9, 2016.
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