For sale is a great Winchester Centennial 1966 30-30 rifle. There is fading of the bluing on one spot on the magazine and some of the gold plating has worn off on one side if the receiver.
Also included is 100 rounds of Winchester 30-30 170gr Power Point ammo.
1966 was the Winchester Repeating Arms Company's 100th year of operation. To commemorate this occasion, Winchester produced a run of fancy Model 94 rifles. These were based on post 1964 Model 94's actions with a gold plated receiver and forend cap, brass "rifle" (curved) buttplate, saddle ring, and a heavy octagon barrel with a full length magazine that was nicely polished and deeply blued. The straight hand stock was select walnut. All were in caliber .30-30 Winchester.
The point to all of the gold and brass was to make the 1966 Centennial reminiscent of the brass framed Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" rifle that was Winchester's first product.
Caliber - .30-30 Winchester
Magazine capacity - 8 cartridges
Barrel - 26 inch octagon
Twist - 1 in 12 inches
Sights - Adjustable semi-buckhorn rear and blade front
Length of pull - 13 1/8 inches
Drop at comp - 2 inches
Drop at heel - 2 3/4 inches
Overall length - 44 1/2 inches
Weight - 8 pounds