For bidding in this lot is a third model Winchester Model 1890 slide action rifle, chambered in .22 Short, designed by the famed John Browning. This early gallery gun was manufactured in 1913, and features a walnut stock, with a corn cob grip and crescent butt-stock, blue'd receiver, 24" full octagon barrel, and a 15-round tube magazine. The rifle is marked numerous times, reading; "REG. In U.S. PAT. OFF. - WINCHESTER - Trade Mark" on the tang, "Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms CO. New Haven, CONN. U.S.A. PAT. JUNE 26. 88. DEC. 6. 92. NOV. 27. 06. MAY 30. 1911 - MOD. 1980" on the left side of the barrel, "PAT. JAN. 29. 1901" on the top of the rear sight, and finally "22 Short" near the beginning of the barrel, in front of the receiver. The rifle shows two matching serial numbers, one on the trigger assembly, and one on the receiver, both read "492824". The rifle is in good condition, with wear indicative of age - the barrel shows darkness, with light rifling, and slight pitting. The exterior of the rifle shows 70% + blue finish, with surface rust, and light pitting. The stock shows wear in the form of scattered dents. This is a Curio & Relic long gun, and requires NICS background check, or FFL transfer. Serial Number: 492824.