"Winchester Lever Action Repeating Firearms, Volume 1: The Models of 1866, 1873 & 1876" Book by Arthur Pirkle
Publisher: North Cape Publications
Date of Publication: Jan 1995
Number of Pages: 1202
From the publisher:
by Arthur Pirkle. The famous "Big Three" of lever action repeaters are completely analyzed part-by-part by serial number range in this first new book on these fine weapons in twenty years.
"This book is truly for the serious collector... Mr. Pirkle's scholarship is excellent and his presentation of the information.. is to be commended." H.G.H., Man at Arms. The first new book on these earliest Winchesters in twenty-five yearss, and the first to provide a complete, part-by-part description including dimensions, finishes, markings and variations. The venerable, and very collectable "Yellow Boy," the "Gun the Won the West" and the scarce Model 1876 are completely analyzed and described in text and charts. All serial number lists have been revised and are included, courtesy of U.S. Repeating Arms Company.
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