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The Rifle I learned to shoot on: Winchester model 60

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Deer Hunter, Oct 19, 2008.

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  1. Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter Member

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    I was at home this weekend helping my dad check racoon traps. My dad grabs a few .22 CB rounds and an old, little bolt action .22.

    I recognized it as the gun I learned to shoot on.

    Sadly, the BC round got caught in the barrel when we were trying to dispatch a racoon, and I used my CZ 75 w/ Kadet on the coon. In any case, it was fun to handle the old gun that was used to teach me how to shoot.

    However, I know next to nothing about the rifle. All I know is that the gun was bought by a great great uncle for 7 dollars out of a Sears and Roebucks magazine.
     
  2. rangerruck

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    pour some oil down it, and take a steel cleaning rod, and knock that round out.
    that winny in all origional condition, proly has some real monetary value now.
     
  3. Deer Hunter

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    Oh I got the round out just fine. No problems there. It's completely stock. However, it'd be the last gun I'd ever sell.

    Anyone else own one of these? I took a look at the bolt, and man are they simple.
     
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