Some of my old Winchesters (pics)

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  1. Armybrat

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  2. 40Arpent

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    Absolutely beautiful!!!
     
  3. JKTex

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    What a collection!!!

    What I wouldn't do to come across a bunch being sold somewhere. When my Grandfather died, a cousin got his old model 94 I shot as a kid. I got a few others including an old, Winchester model 97 12 gauge, and a old Remington bolt action, single shot .22 but I'd trade both for the 30-30.
     
  4. 40Arpent

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    Man, I bet that thing kicks like a pissed-off mule!

    :tongueout:
     
  5. JKTex

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    Well he did get it a long, long time ago, and dirt farmers and cattlemen couldn't always afford the whole 12. :rofl:
     
  6. Patrón

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    I'm not familiar with those models, tell us what they are from top to bottom.:texas:
     
  7. brickboy240

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    A couple of 1873s, an 1866 and a Henry...very nice!

    Dad has a 73 long rifle in 32-20 that was made in 1889.

    - brickboy240
     
  8. Peter M. Eick

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    Nice henry. What is engraved on the side plate?
     
  9. jamesmp

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    Very nice rifles....:texas:
     
  10. DCortez

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    Did you get an "action job" on any of these? If so, was it worth it?
     

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