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John Browning Patent 376576 – Winchester

| John Browning | July 26, 2011

376576 John Browning US Patent Drawing 1

John Moses Browning was granted US Patent 376576 on January 17th, 1888 for this design.
He had applied for this Patent on November 2nd, 1887.

The patent was categorized under Magazine Firearm.

This design was for an absolutely beautiful lever action rifle. The rifle was chambered in .45 caliber and purchased by Winchester. Unfortunately, Winchester would never send this particular design to be manufactured.

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John Browning Patent 356271 – Winchester

| John Browning | July 26, 2011

356271 John Browning US Patent Drawing 1

This was another pump action shotgun design that Winchester purchased, but did not manufacture.

This patent was dealing with a 10 gauge shotgun “Magazine Firearm”.

It was on January 18th, 1887 that John Moses Browning was granted US Patent 356271.
He applied for this patent on September 6th, 1886.

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John Browning Patent 336287 – Winchester Model 1887 & Model 1901

| History, John Browning | July 22, 2011

John Browning Winchester Model 1887/1901 US Patent 336287 #1

On June 15th, 1885 John Moses Browning applied for the patent on this design.
It was approved on February 16th, 1886 and granted US Patent 336287.

The design became the Winchester Model 1887 lever action repeating shotgun available in 12 gauge. The Model 1887 was the first fully functioning repeating shotgun and it’s design would be the foundation to the Winchester Model 1901, a 10 gauge.

The historical importance of this design is the fact that it was the first successful repeating shotgun.

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John Browning Patent 324297 – Winchester

| History, John Browning | July 22, 2011

John Browning US Patent 324297 Drawing 1

John Moses Browning applied with the US Patent Office on May 26, 1885 for this patent.
It was approved on August 11, 1885 and granted US Patent 324297.

This design was also purchased by Winchester but again did not get manufactured. The design was a lever action chambered in .45 caliber.

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John Browning Patent 324296 – Winchester

| History, John Browning | July 22, 2011

John Browning US Patent 324296 Drawing 1

John Moses Browning turned in the application for this patent on March 5th, 1885.
It was approved on August 11th, 1885 as US Patent 324296. This patent design was another of his lever action rifle designs.

Winchester purchased this design by John Browning but never manufactured it.

This patent covers:
1. The locking bolt providing dead lock for the bolt.
2. Improved ejector
3. Construction of the Carrier

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John Browning Patent 306577 – Winchester Model 1886 & Model 71

| History, John Browning | July 22, 2011

John Browning Winchester Model 1886 Patent Drawing 1

On May 26th, 1884 John Browning applied for this patent.
It was later that same year on October 14th, 1884 that he was granted US Patent 306577.

This US Patent became the famous lever action repeater rifle, Winchester Model 1886. The design would also become the Winchester Model 71.
Most of these early patents by Browning were purchased by Winchester.

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John Browning Patent 220271 – Winchester Model 1885

| History, John Browning | July 22, 2011

John Browning Winchester Model 1885 US Patent 220271

John Browning applied for this US Patent on May 19, 1879 and was granted patent 220271 on October 7, 1879.  This was John Browning’s first patent.

This patent became the Winchester Model 1885 single-shot rifle.  It was a falling block single shot rifle and known as the High Wall and Low Wall.

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