This is a Model 65 in .218 Bee, c. 1939 (serial #1005xxx) which is probably 70% overall. There are dings and dents in the stocks, but no cracks or splits, and probably 95% original varnish. There is some pitting on the right side of the receiver and more serious pitting on the left side. It originally had a bolt peep sight when shipped from the factory, but this has been removed. It has also had a receiver sight mounted to the left side, as evidenced by the two screw holes upper left side near the hammer. The barrel would appear almost new, inside and out. That is because is has been replaced at one time or another. It is a Winchester factory barrel (still .218 Bee), but has the double proofs on top, in front of the receiver, which means the barrel was shipped from the factory for a gunsmith to install, not the factory. It cycles and shoots very well. We can take credit cards (VISA or MasterCard) for an additional 2% fee.
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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.