Thread: 1873 Winchester
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Old February 2, 2013, 07:17 PM   #5
PetahW
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It's so rare, that none of that matters - UNLESS you start fooling with it.

FWIW, many collectors value guns still in original, un-restored/unrepaired, condition to one that's had less than a museum quality restoration - which not many folks can do in their home workshop, much less on the kitchen table.

You could easily do what a lot of unknowing folks do - turn a rifle worth several thousand dollars into a $500 (or less) parts gun.



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