This is a very clean Model 64 in the rare carbine configuration, and .32 Winchester Special caliber. It has also been fitted with an extremely rare Model 98 bolt peep sight. The gun was made in the WWII era (serial #1,316,xxx), but the barrel is stamped "37" on the bottom, indicating it was made in 1937. The gun is overall 80%, with minor wear showing on stocks with various dents and dings. The metal shows wear on edges and bottom front of receiver, where it was carried. There are several horizontal scratches on the left forward part of the receiver below the lever link pin holding screw. Slight wear is visible on the barrel top where a sight elevator was mounted in a rear sight at one time, but is has been replaced with a proper original sight blank going with the bolt peep. Both receiver and barrel have the beginnings of patina, with very light, fine pitting. The 20" barrel is fitted with a sight hood, and the whole gun is factory correct and original, with fine bore and in perfect working condition. We will consider trades and can take VISA and MasterCard for an additional 2% fee.
Priority U.S. Mail, insured.
Trades Accepted: No
With two partners, I own Pawnee Sportsmens Center LLC, near Fort Collins, Colorado. We have trap & skeet, sporting clays, rifle/pistol, cowboy action shooting, and upland game bird hunting. I also have done antique firearms restorations and appraisals for 35 years. We also deal in Lever Action Winchesters and Colt Single Action Army revolvers, among others. We have quite a few lever action parts and I manufacture the Columbia Precision Tang Peep Sight for lever guns and some single shots. If you will Google Columbia Precision, you can get to my direct email address and phone number.