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Old 07-10-2011, 02:44 PM   #1
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Default .22 magnum pump rifle?

My nephew called to tell me his neighbor is looking to sell his .22 magnum rifle to raise some funds for his truck. He said it was a scoped pump-action. He also said i could probably get it for as little as $100 (not stolen).

I checked Bud's & Gunbroker and didn't see any inexpensive .22 mags, much less in pump-action. Anybody got a guess as to what it might be? The nephew is supposed to check in with dude this afternoon or so to get more info on what brand & model it is & a final price.

I think i will be on this like a fat kid on pancakes.
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Old 07-10-2011, 02:51 PM   #2
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I'm going to take a WAG and say you'll be buying a Henry.

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Winchester use to make a pump 22 mag. Google Winchester model 275.

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Winchester model 61
worth alot of money

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How about a winchester model 61 for $1,800. Man for $100 I'd throw in my daughter. I seed them people on that show what hunt gators and they use one of them pump guns.

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Lets see some pics when you buy it.

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Browning BPR?

Henry Model H003TM Pump?

Winchester Model 61?

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Well, it is suposed to be a Rossi Model 62 in .22 mag. I'm buying it, and i will post up when i know more about it.

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my dad has a pump 22 by Winchester he went to a pawnshop to see how much it was worth the guy said he could have any gun he wanted for a trade

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Well, it is suposed to be a Rossi Model 62 in .22 mag. I'm buying it, and i will post up when i know more about it.
Good deal on that Rossi, tough little guns
Clean the heck out of it before you shoot it, no telling how badly it was abused before you got it.
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