Winchester (Pre 64) Winchester Model 100-.284 Caliber

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Location (State):
New Mexico (NM)
New Mexico

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13 Years 11 Months
WINNER: r***a
HIGH BID: $700.00
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Auction: 9104718

Manufacturer:   Winchester
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Auction Start:
(August 1, 2010 22:40:29 PT)
Auction Ended:
(August 8, 2010 22:40:29 PT)

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Guns For Sale - Winchester (Pre 64) -- Winchester Model 100-.284 Caliber

Free shipping and handling to the lower 48 only. Nice rifle. Rare caliber. Made between 1961 and 1963. Bluing about 90%. Wood about 95%. Early hand checkering not the later pressed stuff. All stock except Pachmeyer recoil pad. Front sight hood still there. Original clip. Firing pin recall done but hasn't been fired since. Requires FFL signed in ink. It has come to light since I first posted the auction that the rifle has been re-blued some time in the past. See Q&A below.

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Questions for Users
    Q:  Hi Just Want to know lt of pull Thanks fo your time Tracey44 05/06/2009
        A:  Hello Sir...the LOP is thirteen and five-eighths inches. The OAL is forty two inches. 05/07/2009
    Q:  Greetings, What is the length of pull over the pad on this rifle? Thanks, CR 05/20/2009
        A:  Hello Sir...The LOP is thirteen and five-eights inch. 05/21/2009
        A:  Hello Sir.....Gun Traders Guide puts the barrel at twenty two inches. Measuring from the receiver ring forward is twenty one and one-eighth inch showing. 07/05/2009
    Q:  Who did the work on the firing pin recall? 08/16/2009
        A:  Hello Sir and thanks for your inquiry. I did the firing pin replacement. It's not that difficult. If you have ever taken apart a Garand or M-14, which I have, it's fairly easy. Thanks again. 08/16/2009
    Q:  Who did the work on the firing pin recall? 08/16/2009
        A:  See previous question. 08/16/2009
    Q:  Hello, Was the stock cut to take the pad? What is the LOP? Thanks, Bill 11/20/2009
        A:  Hello Sir and thanks for your inquiry. The LOP is 13 and 3/4 inches. The pad is 1 inch thick. I don't know what the original LOP was with the plastic buttplate, but I'm pretty sure it was not 12 and 3/4 inch. If the original plastic BP was between 1/4 and 1/2 inch thick, we can assume the stock was shortened probably between 3/4 and 1 inch. I'm sure the stock was shortened, but I don't exactly how much. Hope this helps. Thanks again. 11/22/2009
        A:  Hello Sir and thank you for your comments. It does appear to be a very well made rifle and everthing I have read about the cartridge is very complimentary. I just did a small ammo trade with a guy down the street that included about half a box of .284's in the old yellow Winchester box. Hopefully I can get around to firing a few soon. Thanks again for your comments. 12/13/2009
    Q:  I WILL GIVE YOU $550.00 12/26/2009
        A:  Hello Sir and thanks for your offer. At this time, I must respectfully decline for two reasons. First, looking around the web, I feel I have priced this arm at a very reasonable starting point, taking into account rarity and condition. Second, I don't do this for a living so immediate sales not important to me. I'm merely disposing of items I am not going to use and therefore have time to wait until my minimum is reached. Thanks again for your offer. 12/26/2009
    Q:  Hi, Can you tell me what the smears are on the barrel just above and ahead of the left side of the stock? Are they scrapes, pits or some kind of substance? Thanks, CR 12/30/2009
        A:  Hello Sir and thanks for your inquiry. I have added three pictures for you. The scrape forward of the wood is one-half inch long. I can feel a slight disturbance when I run a fingernail across it. The scrape above the wood is about five-eigths long and I can feel disturbance when I drag a fingernail across it. I added a pic of the top of the receiver where a scope mount was. I forgot to add it in the original posting. what caused the disturbances? I can only guess that they might have come from being shoved in a gun case with the old metal zipper as opposed to the newer cases with nylon zippers. Perhaps this was somebodys truck gun and was shoved under the seat. Anyway, what I didn't take pics of was the rest of the bluing which is a real shiny, high-gloss blue. Hope this helps. Thanks again. 01/02/2010
    Q:  all these assalogist!!!! what the hell are you people/losers doing! the owner has stated everything this is a beauty and it is Rare!!!! Now bid you losers. quit screwing around. 03/02/2010
        A:  Hello Sir and thanks for trying to rattle the masses. I've dropped the price several times already. If I dropped any more, I would be giving the thing away. Sooner or later someone will realize it's a helluva gun at a helluva price. Thanks again. 03/04/2010
    Q:  I have read this auction several times to make sure that my question is not redundant, the writing on the barrel looks like the gun has had a re-blue job at some time in the past, I would like to know for sure, however you may have obtained this long after the work was done, and might not be aware of this, if so please give me your best opinion. Larry 06/06/2010
        A:  Hi Larry and thanks for your inquiry. I had to wait until I went to town again before I could take it to the gun shop and get their collective opinion. It had never occured to me that it might have been reblued. I had assumed that it was just the old-fashioned high-lusture blue that was in vogue at the time. They are about 99% sure that it has indeed been re-blued at some point in time. They are also of the opinion that, considering the rarity of the caliber, my price is about right. Had it not been re-blued, they feel, the price could be 400 to 500 above what I'm asking. I will edit the auction to show that it has been re-blued. Thanks again. 06/10/2010
    Q:  I'm wondering if you sold your Winchester 100 rifle 284 caliber? 01/31/2012
        A:  Yes Sir. I sold it in August of 2010 to a gentleman in South Texas. Thanks. 02/01/2012