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Old 02-16-2019, 07:28 PM
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Well lets see..

From the bottom up

1890 22 long - Made 1903 with Barrel replaced in 1911 at the factory
Mdl 62 1955 nice shooter. I've put thousands of rounds through that guy
Mdl 61 - 1953 nice shooter - First Slide action I bought. When I got it home and cleaned it the finish came off the left side of the receiver. Was drilled for weaver mounts. Many an afternoon shooting with that guy as well.
Mdl 9422 - 1995 - This is a high grade gun with the coon and dog on it. Beautiful wood. Yes I have fired the heck out of it too and it still is 95% or better.
Mdl 63 - 1940 - This is another sweet shooter with the lyman peep site on it.
Mdl 62 - 1958 - this is probably 98% or better. I have had it for 20 + years and never fired it. Not sure it's been fired outside testing.
Mdl 75 Target - 1939 - Great shooter and very accurate.
Mdl 75 Sport - 1950 - Have not fired this one yet
Mdl 69 Match - Great shooter there too.

Thats it for this table..all but the two have been shot a lot and many carry a lot of memories of fun summers plinking away all afternoon.

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Old 02-18-2019, 06:42 PM
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My 9422 Trapper. 14 1/2 inch LOP 15 1/2 inch barrel
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This one was purchased years ago from its original owner who bought it new in 1924 from William Crites Gun Shop in San Antonio, Texas.







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Old 03-30-2019, 10:46 AM
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local gun store score. Now if I can just learn to shoot like little Henry Bowman.

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Old 06-14-2019, 04:33 PM
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New Pawn Shop Find - 1959 Model 77 Tube-fed

77 Tuber
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Old 06-14-2019, 04:43 PM
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Just to keep the thread going, here is my 69 Dual Sight. There were just over 2,000 69 Dual Sights and 697s produced. The 697 is the factory scoped 69A.
This is a very early one and has seen service in the UK. The scope is a Winchester 8X

The M697 is not a M69-A. It is a sightless M69, and not quite as scarce as a M69 with a factory scope. Only 769 of those were made. Big Larry
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Has anyone read the article called Factory-Scoped .22 Caliber Rifles by Col. Vincent Rausch, USAF (Ret.) #6140? It's in a Winchester Collector magazine. I'm wondering how factual it is as it states the 8x scope was only available on the model 75.
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Old 08-31-2019, 05:38 PM
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My First Rifle

Also a Model 69A. Christmas 1970. Scoped, Monte Carlo stock, chopped barrel.
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I was 30 years old before I knew it was supposed to look like this:
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Finally found an unmolested one last month and she’s a beaut.
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Old 09-02-2019, 01:30 PM
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My model 69 dual sight with Winchester 5x scope. No import marks but I haven't disassembled it yet.
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