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Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« on: September 16, 2010, 07:08:27 pm »
I just purchased a Winchester Model 06 22 RF pump that takes 22's  short/longs/long rifles and the serial number tells me its made in 1913.  I shot my grandfathers when i was a kid and i always wanted one. I also shot one at a carvinal at targets but i think it was in 22cal shorts only.  Does anyone have one or has shot one?

I've been biten by the bug to collect more of these older 22 rifles.

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Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
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Re: Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2010, 07:41:39 pm »
I have a mint, unfired Winchester model 62A. I have another Winchester 62A that I shoot with, that I have used for over forty years. Of all of the pump guns, I think winchester made the best.

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Re: Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2010, 06:27:08 pm »
I just picked up a remington 1906/36 model 12A 22cal pump also it takes 22 shorts/longs/long rifle. One more for the grandsons to play with.

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Re: Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2010, 09:05:52 pm »
I just purchased a Winchester Model 06 22 RF pump that takes 22's  short/longs/long rifles and the serial number tells me its made in 1913.  I shot my grandfathers when i was a kid and i always wanted one. I also shot one at a carvinal at targets but i think it was in 22cal shorts only.  Does anyone have one or has shot one?

I've been biten by the bug to collect more of these older 22 rifles.


I just got an 06 a couple weeks ago.  Also made in 1913 by the s/n.   Fun little gun to shoot.

Mike

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Re: Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« Reply #4 on: October 28, 2010, 10:49:27 am »
I was back on the home farm last weekend and brought back the Winchester 1906 that belonged to my father.  I learned to shoot with it over 50 years ago.  It was made in 1919 so it may also have belonged to my grandfather.  The exterior looks like a gun that has spent a lot of time on the farm but the bore is still bright and shiney.  I expect that it will have a lot more years left in it when I pass it down to my grand daughter.

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Re: Old Winchester pump 22cal s/l/lr
« Reply #5 on: October 28, 2010, 01:24:53 pm »
I have my fathers 06 that he had before I was born which is now over 62 years ago. The s/n , yes both the same, indicates is was mfg in 1937. The books say that in 37 a lot of them were assembled from existing parts. I have never seen another 06 like this one, the slide is the same size and shape as a 62 and the stock has a steel butt plate like an 1890. I always asked him about the combination and his reply was, "thats the way it was when I bought it".

 

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