Thread: Value of .25-35
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Old January 2, 2010, 03:29 PM   #3
PetahW
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That serial number may have been made earlier, but not used until the .25-35 chambering was introduced in 1896.

The 3/4 mag config on a full-length rifle is exceedingly rare, since that combination wasn't popular due to the long/unsupported area between forend & mag tube cap prone to damage and/or mis-alignment.

If it's an original rifle, I would think it's value very high - if not, then it's just "interesting", IMHO.

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