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My Dad was the original owner. I got it for Christmas. It has to be 70 years old?

It seems to be in decent shape. It has an old heavy oiling. The loading tube (not pictured) is in the stock butt. The serial number is a six digit #117xxx.

It came with some old ammo from back in his day. The boxes are not in good condition.

What does 911Addicts think? I have a couple of Winchester Model 94's in 30-30 (lever action).

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The bolt is in good condition.
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The Winnie Model 74 was built and shipped in 1942 (according to their website). It must have been one of the last civilian guns made until after WW2.

I plan to shoot a bunch of .22LR. I was ready to go twice, and the weather was raining hard. It should clear out soon.

I'll bring my S&W 15-22 16" to compare.






The 23" will win. ;)
 

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