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Bidding for “Western Heritage” Winchester 1866 SHOT Show Rifle Approaches $15,000

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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com

Ammoland – Before the doors to the 2016 Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) have even opened, bidding on a special SHOT Show Auction edition of the 150th Anniversary Winchester Model 1866 is approaching $15,000.00 on www.GunBroker.com.

The “One of One” Western Heritage edition of the re-introduced Model 1866, featuring Serial Number 1WIN662016, is available for bidding on GunBroker.com. As of Wednesday afternoon, January 13, bidding had soared to $14,450.00.

The special rifle features intricate hand engraving from forearm to butt plate by the artisans at Baron Engraving in recognition and celebration of the return of this classic lever action Winchester. The Winchester Model 1866 was the first rifle to carry the Winchester name.

This 2016 “SHOT Show Auction Rifle carries a “Western Heritage” theme, highlighted by the engraving of the authentic Texas Ranger Badge RIFLE01 on the receiver.

The SHOT Show Auction Winchester Model 1866 may be viewed athttp://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=531725298

The GunBroker.com auction will close on the final afternoon of the SHOT Show, Friday, January 22, 2016. All SHOT Show auction items will be on display at the GunBroker.com booth #15147 at the SHOT Show.

The SHOT Show auction is administered for the National Shooting Sports Foundation by the Hunting Heritage Trust.

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