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Remington No. 4 Rolling Block 32 RF Take-Down Rifle Number Four Lever Rel.

The Remington No. 4 Rolling Block Take-Down rifle with the lever release take-down was introduced in 1901 and was wildly popular with those seeking a strong, accurate rifle that could be packed along easily and stored compactly while made to a higher standard than the inexpensive boys rifles of the day. It features a 22-1/2 octagon barrel with a post front sight (period but not original) and V notch rear sight, rolling block action with extractor, lever take-down and walnut stocks with contoured steel butt plate. Upper tang and barrel address markings are shown in the photos while the bottom flat is marked with a sideways 32 and long-ways J186336. It retains about 90% of faded blue that is now closer to dark brown with some scattered old rust spotting and edge thinning while the bore has evenly scattered moderate pitting which grows shallower towards the muzzle and good, fairly sharp rifling and the stocks are sound with perhaps 85% original finish remaining and scattered light to moderate handling marks. The frame retains some case color in protected areas and the action works perfectly in every respect, locking up tight as a tick. The take-down feature works perfectly as well and locks the barrel firmly with zero movement. A super nice No. 4 that is an excellent candidate for use as-is or sleeving to something even more exciting. If you have questions please email us at This will be listed for auction on Gun Broker the evening of April 13th. Please go to the top of the page and click on the Gun Broker button to see all our listings there. 04-09-20A--20-26-01