Single shot, lever action with the S/N 128663 with "A" under the trigger guard behind the S/N. "22 Short" appears on the barrel next to the receiver. Also has "Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT, Pat. October 7, 1879. Has peep site with windage/elevation adjustment. It appears the sight has a patent date of July 1804 if I am seeing it correctly. Also has "US" stamped behind hammer with the flaming ordinance bomb. Gun in good condition (stock good+); however, the block drops a very little bit when fired which results in the firing pin striking a tad too low -- other than that, in operational condition to the best of my knowledge -- one small screw missing on plate. I've had since childhood (68). Obviously, needs new blueing. Walnut wood stock in good condition and has never been modified. A natural, hand-rubbed appearance, although it has a bit of a shiny appearance in some of the photos. Barrel length - 28". Overall length - 44". Round/plain barrel. We recall this was a military training rifle. Need to get a good idea of value as we have someone who is interested in seeing this piece soon. Have posted some pix -- sorry some could not be better. Only have "Smart Phone" to take photos with right now. If you need more pix, let me know. Have a .pdf file showing more views. Thanks in advance for your input.