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Old 07-13-2013, 07:28 AM   #1
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Not a big question here, but just wondering how to take it apart so i can redo the barrel and stock. I'm thinking the screw at the bottom of the stock, but I don't want springs flying all over!

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Old 07-13-2013, 11:30 AM   #2
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Haha ok just making sure, thanks!

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Not a big question here, but just wondering how to take it apart so i can redo the barrel and stock. I'm thinking the screw at the bottom of the stock, but I don't want springs flying all over!
Can't help you on the model 75, I have my fathers model 60 that was given to him as a wedding gift in 1946. I shoot often with it, and don't think I'll change the looks of it. Have fun..............
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Can't help you on the model 75, I have my fathers model 60 that was given to him as a wedding gift in 1946. I shoot often with it, and don't think I'll change the looks of it. Have fun..............
I have a Cooey 75...just wondering how I cn find the year made on it? Trying to establish a value... may just keep for my grandsons?
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I have a Cooey 75...just wondering how I cn find the year made on it? Trying to establish a value... may just keep for my grandsons?
Don"t let them pawn it,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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No, not gonna pawn it. Might try shooting it tomorrow infact!
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I have a Cooey 75...just wondering how I cn find the year made on it? Trying to establish a value... may just keep for my grandsons?
Very hard to find a year on, the 75's were built before winchester bought (1903 - 1961 i believe) this was also before serial numbers were made mandatory! So your cooey can be 50 years old or it could be 100 years old, either way its an old rifle. I'd say heck with it and keep it for the grandchildren. Good little rifle, loads of fun!
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Correction*

Before winchester bought out the company

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