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Winchester Model 290

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by cmaMath13, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. cmaMath13

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    I am looking for an online manual for a Winchester Model 290 22 rifle. I can't find one. Would anyone have one they could scan for me? Or perhaps I am looking the wrong way (google).

    Thanks.
     
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  3. cmaMath13

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    Thank you. I saw that manual, but I didn't realize it was same as 290. The 290 is an auto loader. The 190 looked like a lever action.
     
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    The Model 150 is a lever gun. The 190 and 290 are the same (semi auto) there were quite a few variations made with the exact same receiver and barrel. Usually the 100 series were plain jane and the 200 series had fancier stocks.
     
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    Excellent! Good information. Thank you!
     
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    The 270 was a pump action.
     
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    Here is a You-Tube video that I just used to replace a broken recoil plate in my Winchester 190.... sure made it easier to know how it all came apart ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPLidjrvwjs

    Ordered the recoil plate from Numrich Arms... they have a parts list also...
     
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