Turnbull Finished Winchester 1895 – SOLD
Do you already own a factory-original example of this model, and are interested in adding period-correct finishes and touches by Turnbull Restoration? Visit the Turnbull Finished Services page to learn more about the possibilities.
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Since the days of President Theodore Roosevelt’s African safaris, the Winchester Model 1895 has gone on to become recognized as a wonderful woods rifle, one with John M. Browning’s most innovative features and an interesting heritage.
The most distinctive feature of this ready-to-ship expression is the bone charcoal color case hardened receiver, hammer and finger lever lock. Color case hardening was very rare on the original 1895s, typically as a special order item. Rounding out the 95’s transformation is our tang safety conversion process, taking this example back to a half-cock safety as it was originally designed over a century ago. And last but not least, we refinish the factory American walnut stocks in a hand-rubbed oil finish to match Winchester’s classic red shading. Note that blued parts and wood checkering remains factory-original.
This is an excellent opportunity to add a distinctive example of the much-loved Winchester 1895 to your collection.
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Buckhorn rear, Marbles gold bead front
Grade I American Black Walnut
2-7/8" x 3-5/8" x 13-1/4"
Checkered Straight Grip
8 lbs 0 oz