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Old 12-23-2006, 12:36 PM
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20m3s emailed these to post......

Both pre-64's, one a 52C, the other a Model 70 in 220 Swift. The scopes are both Unertl 10x.

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Old 12-23-2006, 01:08 PM
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A couple of 75 Targets. The lower one shoots real well. The target was shot from the bench at 50 yards using Wolf Match Extra.

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Old 12-23-2006, 03:17 PM
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52's




assorted 52s

pre A ,B, C sportings




75 target with factory scope and hanging tag believed to be unfired serial 44X

I still need a A stamped sporting and a D international

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Old 12-23-2006, 04:06 PM
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Rafter-7, what an amazing collection! Very impressive, thanks for sharing.

Explains why I've not seen many 52's at gunshows, you've cornered the market!
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not hardley

there are a lot of 52's out there! but now that I have your attension have you found us a A stamped sporting

the sporting that is in the gun vice is a C and i believe its unfired the pre A w/scope Cody wants us to send it down for aunth. we believe its factory D&T for blocks

I took the preA to the club to shoot it off hand a 50 ft. man its nice to shoot a vintage sporter

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Old 12-23-2006, 04:29 PM
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second picture, top rifle, left side is and experimental semi auto loading /bolt action 52. when the bolt is up its a semi auto when the bolt is down its a single shot

the factory scraped this idea due mainly to the over complicated trigger mechanism they could not get it to work right

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Old 12-23-2006, 04:35 PM
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Rafter you dog...

Wow....what a collection....and I remember on levergun you mentioned a large # of other 22s.....so this is just a sampling of what you have.....its times like this that I am happy for the rifles I have, see what you have, and others in the forum......but think about is sitting in closets, safes, on peoples walls etc....Winchester and others made a lot of great guns, and we are the minority that show what we have, and are happy to have and display them.
Merry Christmas to all................Kevin
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Old 12-23-2006, 04:51 PM
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yes there is more, there is the other wall and the racks. these are my dads 52s my 75 for this thread I wanted fresh photos of new never been on the "net"guns. I could post my old photos of vintage winchesters but that would be boring. My dad and I both got started very young collecting

we like rimfires

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Old 12-23-2006, 05:12 PM
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Rafter7,
Your Winchester rimfire bolt "wall" is as impressive as MM93's single shot display, from our August show.

Maybe more so, since it looks like you already have every variant covered.

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Old 12-23-2006, 07:53 PM
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thanks, Dad and I have covered many miles and countless shows to put that all together.

I am going to post a couple rem 40X in the remington section

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rafter-7 and Rembrandt, Those are truely beautiful rifles and I am humbled.



I may just go throw rocks at my old junk.
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Old 12-26-2006, 09:28 AM
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Old 12-27-2006, 08:38 AM
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Here is my few:

75T and a Pre-A(Factory Stainless barrel):


52B


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69A Squirrel gun

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Tell us what was done to the 69A with the short barrel, length, etc....looks pretty cool.........Kevin
I got the rifle for $40 at a pawn shop, cosmetically challenged (looked like it had spent a week on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean) but mechanically tight. Cut barrel to 16 1/2", sprayed-on Brownells hi-gloss epoxy on metalwork, amazingly durable, I let it cure three weeks then 0000 steel wool rubout, before assembling-- recrowned but flat-faced muzzle, the stock has been reshaped slightly and 18 lpi checkering of a rounded pattern put on by me. The trigger has a stop, and the spring inside was modified, so now the trigger is 3 1/2 pounds and breaks clean. Drilled three longitudinal holes into the buttstock under the plate for weight reduction, put super-light aluminum rings and a 1-7x variable Leupold (modified by them for a 50 yard parallax-FREE OF CHARGE!), barrel & receiver was bedded into the stock full length, hasn't been pulled since (5 years). Sling swivels installed. Will shoot an honest 1/2" at 50 using Federal subsonic match. Entire rig with scope weighs exactly 5 1/2 pounds.


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Figured I would add one we havent seen on this post. Brian.
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