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Offer valid April 1 - April 30, 2017
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WINCHESTER 1885 HIGH WALL SHORT HUNTER 405
Action: Single Shot Lever, Steel Receiver, Falling Block Action • Finish: Gloss Blued • Barrel: 22" Octagonal • Sights: Drilled and Tapped for Scope - Marbles Blade Front Sight and Rear Tang Mounted Peep Sight, Semi-Buckhorn Rear • Stock: Checkered Walnut Straight Grip Stock and Crescent Buttplate with Top Strap • Weight: 8.5 lbs. • Overall Length: 38.5" • MSRP: $1,632.00
Are you ready for the best single shot ever? The 1885 Single Shot was the first and perhaps one of the greatest of all the John Moses Browning designs. It was 100% conceived of and created by Browning in the frontier pioneer town of Ogden, Utah in 1878. Not only was it the first he produced, but it was the gun that started his relationship with the Winchester Repeating Arms company. They knew it was a superior single shot design and they knew it had to be a Winchester. The partnership began in 1885 and the Single Shot became the Model 1885 Winchester.
Still superior. Today's Winchester 1885 rifles have changed only in minor ways since those days -- all for the better. The stout falling-block action is as impressive as ever. The precision barrel is famous for uncanny accuracy. Today's trigger exceeds the original with a crisp, clean (adjustable) break, . When you enjoy the precision of a fine rifle that imposes a degree of seriousness with each shot fired . . . if you enjoy the concept of "one shot one kill," then you are a candidate for a Winchester 1885.