Winchester model 1895 parts.

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Elevators -3C - Lever Action Winchesters (st24)

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This is the rear sight elevator for the lever action winchesters. It fits 1873, 1886, 1894 (pre and post 64) and 1895. This is the 3C elevator and was added in the late 20's as a special for some guns. Later it became standard for the model 64's and model 94's

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Finger lever catch plunger (wp727)

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This plunger is surrounded by the finger lever catch spring and presses against the catch to engage the milled slot in the finger lever and hold it under spring pressure until the lever is lowered.

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Finger lever catch spring (wp721)

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This spring fits the Winchester model 1995 that used the type 1 & 2 finger levers. They are one piece lever that used a spring and plunger type lever catch on the trigger link to hold the finger lever closed. This spring coils around the finger lever catch plunger. (type 3 is not one piece).

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Finger lever link pin Winchester 1895 (wp7213)

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This is the finger lever link pin for the Winchester 1895. It is a split pin and the flanges on each end retained the pin the the hole on the receiver.

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Finger lever pin Winchester 1895 (wp7211)

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This is the finger lever pin for the Winchester 1895

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Firing Pin Winchester 1895 (wp3295)

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This is the firing pin for the Winchester 1895

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Firing pin lock (wp725)

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This is the part on the Winchester 1895 that (unlike mod94) does not fully block the rear of the breechbolt. It slides up into milled section on each side of the rear face. The rails leave and opening in the cener for the hammer to strike the fifing pin.

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Firing pin lock pin (wp724)

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This pin retains the firing pin in the breechbolt on the Winchester 1895

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Firing pin recoil lock (wp723)

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This sits inside the firing pin lock held in place by the firing pin lock pin on the Winchester 1895.

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Forearm Stud Win 1895 (wp722)

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This is the stud for the Wnchester 1895 rifle. It is threaded to fit the forearm screw which attaches the forearm to the barrel.--(Note.. Carbine model forarm studs are not threaded and used only to stabalize the forearm while the barrel band hold the forearm in place)

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Hammer screw Win 1895 (wp729)

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This is the screw that holds the hammer in place on the Winchester model 1895

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Mainspring Winchester 1895 (735)

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This is the Mainspring (Hammer spring) for the Winchester Model 1895

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Mainspring screw Winchester 1873 / 1895 / 1866 (621)

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This is the screw that holds the Hammer spring (also called mainspring) in place on the Winchester 1873 and 1895 lever action rifles. It will also fit the 1866

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Musket lower wood Winchester 1895

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This is the lower wood for the Winchester 1895 musket.

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Saddle Ring and Stud Winchester 1873 / 1886 / 1892 / 1894 / 1895 (wp4)

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The complete saddle ring and stud fit (screw) directly into the left receiver side of any (pre 64) 1894 or 1892, 1895, 1886, 1873 Winchester saddle ring carbine.(NOTE: the screw in type saddle ring was not installed from the factory on the model 1892's- only the u shaped staples were used on the 1892's)

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Saddle ring Winchester 1873 / 1886 /1892 / 1894 /1895 (wp5)

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This saddle ring fits into the saddle ring stud on the side of the 1894,1892,1886, 1895, 1876, & 1873 Winchester saddle-ring carbine.

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Saddle ring stud Winchester 1873 / 1886 / 1892 / 1894 / 1895 (wp6)

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This saddle ring stud, screws directly into the left receiver side in any 1873, 1892, 1894, 1895, & 1886 saddle ring carbine.

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Sear Spring (wp726)

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This is the sear spring for the Winchester 1895

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Sear pin Win 1895 (wp728)

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The sear pin will fit both type 1 and Type 2 recievers on the Winchester model 1895

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Sight - Front Winchester 1894 (st5)

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This is the front site for the 1894 Winchester. It fits onto the ramp on the end of the barrel. It has the Gold bead

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Sight - front- Marble gold bead .375 (st3)

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This is the Marble front sight for the lever action, pump .22 or bolt action rifles. It fits into the 3/8 inch dovetail on the front of the barrel. This sight height is .375

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Sight - front- Marble white bead .375 (st4)

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This is the Marble front sight for the lever action, pump .22 or bolt action rifles. It fits into the 3/8 inch dovetail on the front of the barrel. This sight height is .375

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Sight - front- Marble white bead .410 (st2)

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This is the Marble front sight for the lever action, pump .22 or bolt action rifles. It fits into the 3/8 inch dovetail on the front of the barrel. This sight height is .410

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Sight - rear Marble Full buckhorn carbine (st14)

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This is the rear Marble sight (num 65) for the lever action carbine rifles. It has a full buckhorn view that is adjustable with a screw. The elevator for this sight is part number st18

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Sight - rear Marble Full buckhorn rifle (st12)

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This is the rear Marble sight (num 68) for the lever action rifles (measure fit if you have carbine) It has a full buckhorn view that is adjustable with a screw. The elevator for this sight is part number st17

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