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Old 05-10-2013, 01:15 PM   #31
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Wanted to get better pics, but my round tuit is in my other pants pocket. Lol

First five on the left are Winchesters. First three are 22's and the next two are 30-30's. The tallest one, a model 94 was made in 1898. Nice having a gun not under all the stupid gun laws that have followed.

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Man that's pretty sweet how dose it shoot?
So far so good. I'm heading out to the rifle range this weekend to check it out some more.
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Just had to show this one, it was given to me by a OLD friend, its now in the process of being redone...................Its a Model 370.

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I bought it from a gun show about 12 years ago for $1500. One gun i just can't sell.
I came across one a long time ago for 1200 they dated it back to the early 1915 I believe
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Wanted to get better pics, but my round tuit is in my other pants pocket. Lol

First five on the left are Winchesters. First three are 22's and the next two are 30-30's. The tallest one, a model 94 was made in 1898. Nice having a gun not under all the stupid gun laws that have followed.
Got to love the old 94s lol
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Just had to show this one, it was given to me by a OLD friend, its now in the process of being redone...................Its a Model 370.
Man that gun looks like it been though he'll and back lol
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My 1873 was made in 1883 the same year as my great grandpas parker bros. Double 8 gauge which weighs about 15 lbs. Try to take pictures of it next week.

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My 1873 was made in 1883 the same year as my great grandpas parker bros. Double 8 gauge which weighs about 15 lbs. Try to take pictures of it next week.
Man you have one heck of a piece of history there
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Man that gun looks like it been though he'll and back lol
Yes it has, from what I take, it spent most of its life in a barn...............
Here is another Winchester that is a little better looking, I got it from my son 10 years ago Fathers Day, never been open.............
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