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There were model 1887 lever action shotguns made by Winchester ( I have a 12 ga). These are worth in the range of $1200 to $5000 depending on condition. I am not aware of any Model 1886 Winchesters in a shotgun.

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Depending on its condition, a Winchester model 1901 10 gauge lever action shotgun could be worth around $2,0000. In lesser condition it is still worth $500-$800.


The Winchester model 1901 shotgun was made between the years 1901-1920.


Winchester made a Model 1887 lever-action shotgun from 1887 - 1899. Norinco currently makes a reproduction of the Model 1887.


Rifle or shotgun? What type of action; bolt, pump, semiauto, lever? What caliber or gauge?


You did not tell us what MAKE your shotgun is. The two 1895s that come to mind are a lever action Winchester RIFLE, and a Davenport shotgun, which had a prominent release lever right behind the hammer.



What you have is a Model 1885 Single Shot (high-wall) shotgun that was manufactured in the year 1913.


From your question I would believe that you have a Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun.These shotguns were available in 10 gauge,or 12 gauge,with a 4 shot magazine tube,and a 30in or 32in barrel with a full choke fluid steel barrels.There were 64,855 made between the years 1887-1901.


Your Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun in 10 gauge will bring between 675-1,600 dollars based on it having between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining.The higher the finish percentage the higher the value.The 10 gauge shotgun began at serial number 22148.



well if you mean as in lever action there is winchesters with lever action ive seen a 10 gauge Winchester with lever action its a fine piece of wor i wish i could have shot it


I have no idea of what it is?Please describe the Winchester firearm with this serial number.Is it a rifle,shotgun?Is it a lever action,pump action,semi-auto,or bolt action?What caliber is it?what gauge is it(if a shotgun)?describe the barrel length.All this is required to get a answer to your question.


There was/is no such thing as a 1940's vintage Winchester lever-action .410. Winchester did make a slide-action (pump) .410 shotgun called the Model 42 during the 1940s.


With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 1901 lever action shotgun was 1 of only 307 made during the year 1915.The model 1901 lever action shotgun will bring between 550-2,200 dollars for a shotgun having between 10%-70% of its original finish remaining,and a half way decent bore.There were only 13,500 manufactured between the years 1901-1920.


A PIG TAIL IS THE LEVER ON THE TOP OF THE GUN TO OPEN THE ACTION


A Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun is worth between 675-1.875 dollars for a shotgun with between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.


these 410 ga lever action shotguns were made from 2001-2006.


Less than 100 to multiple thousands depending on specifics.



Yes, the model 1887 was a lever action shotgun for 12 and 10 gauge. They made some takedown models also. A quick search on www.gunbroker.com should give several variations and pictures. There is a new Chinese import copy of the 1887 with 20" barrel in 12 ga. They seem to be a very strong gun and fairly well made.


12 gauge winchester 1900 made in 1899.In order to assist you in defining a value to your Winchester shotgun I will need to clarify some info provided and ask that you give a more detailed description of the shotgun in question.First I will say that Winchester made the model 1897 pump action shotgun,they made a model 1901 lever action shotgun in 10 gauge only.They also made the model 1911 semi-auto shotgun.So you must determine the model of your shotgun first.Then provide more info on the overall condition of the shotgun to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,type of barrel(plain,vent rib,solid matte rib).All these things will help me assign a more accurate value to your shotgun.


This question cannot be answered unless you provide what model of Winchester you have.A example would be the model 12,model 1894,the model 1897 etc.Please state if you have a shotgun or rifle,and a brief description if it is a lever action,bolt action,pump action and caliber or gauge.



The 1886 date you reference is the patent date for the Model 1887 lever-action shotgun. The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth. Bert H.


Marlin made a lever action .410 gauge shotgun from 1929-1932.These were made as a stockholders promotional firearm.The New model .410 was made from 2004-2005.



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