July 20, 2009

Model 1892 Takedown Now Available After 76 Years

MORGAN, Utah -- Winchester Repeating Arms and Davidson's Gallery of Guns have begun producing the Model 1892 in a takedown version after a 76-year hiatus.

The takedown version of the 1892 has always been a rare piece to find because they were only produced through special order. The last run of guns was in 1932.

Special serial numbering is sure to make this rifle a much sought after piece by serious collectors.

Winchester Model 1982 Takedown

Winchester Model 1982 Takedown.

The gun will be available with a 20" barrel in 44-40 and 45 LC. That series will be numbered 000-500 for each caliber and have an MSRP of $1875.

The 24" barrel will also be available in 44-40 and 45 LC, as well as 38-40 and 32-20. Serial numbers will run 000-250 for each caliber and sell for $1900.

To order, visit www.GalleryofGuns.com.

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Comments (2)

that is how I feel my friend, maybe I can win the lottery or something, but my luck deff never mind God Bless Ameica and Our Troops Past Present and Future
Locked Loaded and Keeping My Powder Dry

Posted by: bear1 | July 28, 2009 11:36 PM    Report this comment

I'll take on of each! Oh, you want money. Can I write a check? Oh, you want real money. Heck. Nevermind.


Posted by: Lee W | July 20, 2009 6:14 PM    Report this comment

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