I just wanted to share with you guys what I have inherited.. It's been at a restorer for the past 5 months so I couldn't really do much research. So, turns out I have a Winchester Model 1873 in .32 WCF with a full Octagonal barrel. I would call it weathered, but is in amazing shape to have been manufactured in 1889, 99 years before I even came into existence and is now somewhere near 123 years old. All of the stamped letters are CLEARLY visible and readable. It's amazing to me a company has been around this long, much less a rifle. & it brings me chills to think about the stories this rifle has to tell, and the things it could have been a part of. The rifle still cycles and fires which again, is amazing to me.. This is truly an classic and from what I've seen a collectors item. My grandfather probably didn't know what he even had. If anyone enjoys researching the Serial # is 329154B Enough from me babbling about it, here's some old skool gun PRON.. The inscribing here reads "Winchester's Repeating Arms. New Hartford Conn. U.S.A.