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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by Rifling82, Mar 4, 2019.
Post a pic of your Pre 64's..... I don't have one .. YET
Bottom is a Winchester 1894 made in 1918 IIRC, chambered in .30 WCF
The rifle on the right is a custom .30-06 pre-64 Model 70 action and custom stock.
Awesome collection Wambli!
To me that is just beauiful
Hold the trigger back and start pumping. Tried that once. Won't try it again.
Now I want some Pre-64 Winchesters.
This can’t possibly be it!
My only pre-64 so far is my Winchester Model 50. It's sentimental because it was my Grandpa's, so I don't keep it at my apartment. If I remember, I'll take a picture this weekend.
That is a VERY cool gun. Have you seen this NRA video (I have this Old Gun) about that shotgun? Good history on a very interesting piece of firearms history.
I tried to watch that but it wouldn't load. I'll try again later. I'm suprised there'd be anything that interesting about it. I see a lot of them around here and they sell for cheap.
A 1947 Win model 1894 in 32 Win SPL.
Also known as the "flatband" given the flat surface shape of the forward barrel band:
1940 Winchester 74 in 22lr. It was my grandpa's on my mom's side when he was young & he gave it to me for christmas a few years back.
They have not yet attracted collectors even though production numbers where low. I think that will change in time as it has with other Winchesters. The video will give you the whole history includuding why it’s a historically significant design and who cooperated in the design (that’s the interest part).
I still can't get the video to load. I know it has a floating chamber, was it Carbine Williams? Maybe John Pedersen?
Carbine Williams is correct!
Awesome. My regular watching of Forgotten Weapons has paid off.
I got some m50's for sale. just ask.