<P>Winchester Model 1902 Boy's Rifle, .22 Short & Long, Single Shot Bolt Action, Mfgd. Prior To 1914. No Serial Number. FFL Required.</P> <P>This boys .22 rifle has the gumwood stock. The caliber marking is for short and long indicating production prior to 1914 when the "extra long" was introduced. Top of the barrel is marked: Manufactured By the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. - Model 1902 - Winchester / New Haven, Conn, U.S.A. Patented August 29, 1899, - .22 Short & Long - Trade Mark. About 20% or less original bluing remains and the remainder is a nice plum brown. Has some very light freckling and a few light scratches. The butt plate is the black hard rubber version with "Winchester Trademark." 90% or better stock finish with a few light scratches and dings, and no cracks or chips. The gun must be manually cocked after the bolt is closed, but the bolt will not catch properly and will not cock every time (probably an easy fix for a competent gunsmith, as the sear is probably worn). The bore grades bright, excellent. The front sight is marked "Pat. Nov. 4, 1902." A hard gun to find in decent shape.</P> <P>Condition Very Good. FFL Required. </P>
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