Model: The Targetmaster Model 41
Year of Manufacture: Circa 1936-1940
Caliber: .22 caliber (S, L, LR)
Action Type: Bolt action, with hand actuated cocking knob.
Serial Number: NSNF
Markings: "Remington Arms Co. Inc. Ilion N.Y. Made in USA - Patents Pending"; "The Targetmaster Model 41" and associated identification and caliber are stamped on the barrel, "86" is stamped on the right sight of receiver.
Barrel Length: 27 inches
Sights: Front bead on post, rear adjustable elevator and notch.
Stock Configuration & Condition: Plain wood pistol-grip stock with light varnish finish and hard rubber or bakelite butt pad. Wood is good, with some handling and storage marks, no significant scratches or dings.
Type of Finish: Blue finish on barrel and receiver..
Finish Originality: Original
Overall Condition: Rifle shows wear typical of a rifle of this vintage, with wear to the blue on barrel and frame, handling marks on stock, and some wear to the bore. We place the overall condition of this rifle around 70%.
Bore Condition: Good condition, shows some wear, would benefit from a good cleaning.
Mechanics: Gun functions as designed.
Our Assessment: This rifle is in serviceable condition today, with wear and handling marks, but no signs of abuse. This is the kind of rifle with which generations of American shooters learned to shoot. Simple, robust, and practical, this gun could train a new generation of shooters. The bolt action is durable and reliable, and the manually-activated cocking knob is an excellent method of teaching safety and firearms discipline. Buy this one for your kids or grandkids for Christmas.
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