Cooey Arms of Canada made inexpensive .22 rifles and single barrelled shotguns from 1927 or so on. In 1961 they were bought out by Winchester who continued to make the line until 1979. They stamped them Cooey Winchester hoping the Winchester name would boost sales. The 39 was considered a boy's light weight single shot as opposed to the heavier "man sized" 75. Both models were staples in Canadian hardware stores and on farms for decades. None of the Cooeys have much collector value and not really a lot of shooting value either, in my opinion. They sell cheaply.