Yes, that sounds like a very good deal. If it is functional and the stock is not damaged it would bring that or more on e-bay in pieces.
I don't know how involved you are with the old Winchester .22's, but buying one could lead you down the road to spending thousands. First the cheap little 1902, then a 1904, a thumbtrigger, 1890's, 1906's...........
61's, 62's, 63's...... pumps, bolts, semis..Arrgh! There's no end in sight.
I would buy the 1902 if I were there, because I need more .22's. :silly: :smashfrea
I unfortunately already have the disease for any old - reasonably priced - .22 (and just about anything else that shoots - picked up a Remington Model 25 in this same shop for a song - cool rifle); and they just keep coming. Have really thought about Guns Anonymous...but just can't bring myself to admit that I've got a problem....my wife and everyone else around me say that it is pretty obvious???
Thanks for the response, I really have not done much with Winchesters because seems most people know what they bring.
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