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where can i find a manual for a winchester model 60 .22lr

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by shayn, Jun 19, 2011.

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  1. shayn

    shayn Member

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    ive been searching the net and i cant seem to find one.
     
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    Jack First, Inc.
    1201 Turbin Drive
    Rapid City SD, 57701
    Phone: 605-343-8481

    Call him see what he tells you.
    He was listed on Winchester's website for a parts guy.


    Firearm Information: If your question hasn't been answered in the Frequently Asked Questions and it is a question about manuals, catalogs, & products please call our Consumer Department directly at: 800.333.3288 or 801.876.2711 & for Parts & Service call: 800.322.4626

    Or call Winchester
     
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    There is a site called "steve's pages" around here somewhere in this internet mine field. Google it and see if your needs can be filled there.
     
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  5. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    There was no Owners Manual back when the Model 60 was made between 1931 and 1934.

    At most, it would have had a Winchester string hang-tag on the trigger guard with the place for the dealer to write the price, and "pull the trigger to get the bolt out for cleaning", or some such "instructions".

    Back in those pre-lawyer behind every tree waiting to sue somebody days, they figured everyone was bright enough to operate a single-shot bolt action .22 rifle without publishing a book about it.

    PS: Don't waste a phone call to Winchester.
    That was about five companies ago, and the present company will only laugh at you!

    rc
     
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