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The following information was taken out of the 28th edition of Blue Book of GUn Values by S.P. Fjestad Pg. 582
Cooey, H.W., Machine & Arms Co. LTD.
Previous manufacture located in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada, 1903-1961. During 1961, Cooey was sold to the Olin Corp. and placed under the supervision of the Winchester Western Division. At this point, the manufacture of Winchesters (Primarily for Winchester Canada) began and continued through the mid 1970's (see Iver Johnson).
To date, their is limited collector demandfo most models in this trademark and values should be based on the shooting utility rather than collector premiums due to rarity. Values for average condition gun will typically range between $75 $150.
Cooey manufactured a wide number of rifles, including bolt action, single shot, and semi-autos. During the late 1920's-early 1930's, Cooey manufactured the Model X and model 2X for Iver Johnson
Pre-1961 Cooey Mfg. models include: 25, 35, 39, 55, 60, 62, 75, 78, 82, Ace, Ace1, Ace2, Ace3, Ace Repeater, Ace Special, Bisley Sport, Canuck, Canuck 25, Canuck Jr., Canuck Western, Cooey Repeater, HWC, Mohawk, and several unnumbered single shot and repeating sporter rifles. Post-1961 Cooey Firearms made by winchester were Model 10, 39, 60, 600, 64, 64 Delux, 64A, 64B, 71, 71 Carbine, 75, 750 delux, 710, and Ranger.