Remington M1879 Argentine Remington Rolling Block: (Modelo Argentino 1879 E.N.,aka Remington "Patria") The E.N. stands for Ejercito Nacional, i.e. National Army. The caliber is .43 Remington Spanish. The three line Remington patent markings on the tang are there but the top line is unreadable. The barrel is affixed with a sabre bayonet lug on the right side and held with three screw-retained barrel bands. The breech end also sports a 2.25 inch octagonal knoxform with "Modello Argentino. The original cleaning rod is intact and affixed. The site is a folding ladder type and is operational. The site is modeled after the Austrian Werndl sight. Operationally the rifle is tight. The barrel has the correct Remington "R" stamped on it. This is a surplus Rolling Block which has been reblued & the stock refinished. no import marks. Some light surface rust in areas. The bore is bright & shiny with good rifling except for a spot about 2" from the chamber which is very slightly pitted on the side of the bore for a length of about 1". NO FFL REQUIRED! No California, Hawaii or Alaska or out of country buyers. Make sure your state allows you to accept antique firearms. Driver’s license required as proof of age, make sure you send it with your payment. Get it checked out before firing. I accept USPS money orders and bank cashiers checks.
Remington M1879 Argentine Remington Rolling Block: (Modelo Argentino 1879 E.N.,aka Remington Patria) The E.N. stands for Ejercito Nacional, i.e. National Arm
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