Here's a Winchester Model 1906, slide-action rifle chambered for .22 Short, Long or Long Rifle cartridges. This particular Model 1906 was manufactured in 1909 and is a take-down rifle with a 20" round barrel. The gun utilizes a tube magazine and has a visible hammer with it's original open sights. The bore is dark and has some pitting but still retains some rifling.
All the blue is gone from the gun and it's mostly turned patina. There is some pitting in the barrel at the muzzle and sides of the receiver. There's also some rust spots in various parts of the gun, but none of the rust is too deep and overall the metal is in decent condition for the age of the gun (see photos).
The gun has an uncheckered walnut forearm and straight grip stock. The forearm and stock both have numerous scratches. There are some chips in the bottom-rear of the forearm and there is also a thin crack in the front-bottom of the forearm (see photos). Besides the scratches in the stock there is also a couple of fair size gouges in the left-side of the stock and a few small chips in the right-side of the stock. There is a fairly large crack in the right-side of the stock, in the grip with a piece of the wood chipped, just below the crack (see photos). There are also a couple of thin cracks in the bottom of the stock, just behind the trigger guard (see photos). The original buttplate is mounted on the stock. The buttplate has some chips has some chips in the corners but does not appear to be cracked.
We test-fired this gun with a few .22 Longs, it cycled the ammunition and fired fine. Overall the gun is in good condition mechanically and fair to good in appearance. Serial #149164B. STK. #16012.
If you're a Winchester collector, this one would make an excellent project gun or with just a little bit of TLC it would make fun little shooter , especially since anything Winchester seems to be sought after more and more each day!
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