Photos are representative, but buyer will receive a virtually identical Mossberg 464 with the same features, from the same shipment, Mossberg #41010. This is Mossberg’s 464 Lever Action descendant of John M. Browning’s 1894 Winchester. Type is lever action repeating carbine. Manufacturer and warrantor is O.F. Mossberg & Sons of New Haven, CT, and Eagle Pass, TX. We believe its production utilized Winchester Machinery; Winchester closed in 2007, and the 464 appeared in 2008, only 9 miles from the Winchester plant. Construction is blued steel metal, with polymer cartridge follower and tang safety button. Shell carrier is contoured milled steel, a vast improvement over the stamped carriers from 1960s Winchesters. Forend and buttstock are satin finished smooth hardwood. Barrel is 20 inches with six groove 1:10 right hand rifling; chambering is .30-30 Winchester caliber. Tubular magazine holds six rounds, so 6+1 capacity. Front sight is dovetailed steel blade, with brass tip. Rear sight is blued steel windage and elevation adjustable cantilever folding leaf type with white diamond inlay, no step elevator needed, and 94 Winchester elevators frequently got lost in the woods anyway. Action includes the traditional lever safety, where the hammer will not fall without the lever being firmly gripped; it also includes a tang safety that prevents the hammer from contacting the firing pin while it is engaged. Receiver has a steel connector section that is drilled for a Weaver 403 scope mount base, front and rear, or similar rail. Hammer is drilled for a screw in spur, not included. Trigger is two stage .270 smooth face steel, and pulls in a crisp 5 pound vicinity with negligible felt creep. Buttstock is classic straight tang 1894 Winchester type, oil finished hardwood; its length of pull measures 13 7/8 inches from the trigger face to the end of the 1/2 inch lined rubber recoil pad. Buttstock cant is mild, less than 3/4 inch right hand, so this rifle is relatively southpaw friendly. Weight empty is 6 pounds 12 ounces, with center of gravity at the breech face. This 464 and its mates come to us from Mossberg’s distribution system. They served light duty, likely with Mossberg’s reps and writers. We call them factory demos. Each one has the letter U stamped near its serial number. Surface detractions are minimal, really no more streaking and faint edge whitening than what one sees on many new display guns in stores. Each 464 comes in a relabeled factory box with lock and instruction manual that contains Mossberg’s warranty statement. If it has been fired at all, we estimate it was fewer than 20 times. No more than 1 in 5 of its mates left any green copper on our cleaning patches. We rate them as Excellent, 90 to 95 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. Replacement pricing is $530 on mossberg com. Replacement pricing on a Japanese 1894 Winchester is $1200. We’re offering the Mossberg 464 Blue & Hardwood Lever Action in the photos, however, for only $ 319.00. Any ammunition or personnel showing in our photos are Not included.
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