Massachusetts Arms Co. Edward Maynard, 22 cal. pats., 1851 & 1859



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Auction: 9039899

Manufacturer:   Massachusetts Arms Co.
NRA Grade:   Very Good
Auction Type:   Basic
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Auction Start:
(April 13, 2017 10:29pm)
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(April 27, 2017 10:20pm)

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Your bidding on a very interesting Maynard rifle. O/A length 40 3/4", 24" .22 cal. bbl., About a 14" military style stock with patch box. Stock is very clean leaving no signs of military cartouches? Interesting S/N 5173, Sporting buttplate shows about 70% even wear nickel remaining, Patchbox about 10-15%. Some dark nickel on receiver (left side) pics. should show flaking. Bore is quite worn, showing rifling however. The gun is very tight and well made. Take down lever on right side works but the locking screw is dinged up. At this time I'm not going to try fixing it. I will have more pics for the truely interested buyers. This a very interesting conversation piece! out of my league/area! Very nice piece for 150 years old + or - !! NOTE: I replace the extractor as shown.
Your bidding on a very interesting Maynard rifle. O/A length 40 3/4, 24 .22 cal. bbl., About a 14 military style stock with patch box. Stock is very clean le

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    Q:  Hi: It looks like you have a .22 rimfire barrel, so the bore is just above center. The frame appears to be an 1873 model, and the barrel and frame could be correct for each other. However, I have not seen an 1873 rimfire without a Hadley device. Could be an 1882 barrel. The buttstock with a patchbox is likely from the earlier models that used percussion caps. The .22 Maynard centerfire is a little larger than a .22LR so you could try a .22 LR in the chamber for fit and then try to extract it. The few .22 Maynard centerfire barrels I have seen are bored in the center of the barrel and don't have the raised ring on the firing pin side of the barrel. 05/15/2012
 
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    Q:  I believe your correct, I think it's cambered for the 22 Maynard centerfire cartridge.. I wish the bore was a little better condition, I would have been interested in it. However, if you don't sell it this time around I would like to make you an offer. I could reline the barrel and use it as a shooter.. Jim 05/16/2012