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Winchester (Pre 64) Winchester Model 61 mfg 1951-52


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Location (State):
Texas (TX)
Texas


Member For:
9 Years 5 Months
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WINNER: B*****8
HIGH BID: $810.00
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Auction: 9517205

Auction Type:
Basic
NRA Grade:
Excellent
Current High Bidder:
B*****8
History:
10 Bids ($600.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$10.00
Auction Start:
(January 5, 2010 11:17:49 PT)
Auction Ended:
(January 12, 2010 11:17:49 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - Winchester (Pre 64) -- Winchester Model 61 mfg 1951-52

Winchester Model 61 .22 short, long, long rifle. Excellent condition with no major dings or scratches. Purchased 1952 as only owner. Has a barely discernable blemish on top of receiver. Tried to take photo but could not get it to show up well. If you can find a Winchester 61 in better condition than this one that has never been re-blued or refinished I'd like to see it.

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Questions for Users
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    Q:  like your rifle. does it have any holes for a scope mount?where are you in texas? 01/05/2010
        A:  Hi, no, there are no holes drilled. The rifle is like it was when taken out of the shipping box in 1952. I am in Rockwall, TX. Thanks, Frank 01/05/2010
 
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    Q:  A few quick questions: I can't really tell by the photos, Is there a hair line crack in the stock next to the receiver on the left side? If I'm understanding correctly, Did you buy the gun new? The gun looks good, does it function as good as it looks? Has it been fire a great deal? Hate to be so bothersom but I am very interested. Thanks 01/07/2010
        A:  Hi, No bother at all. There are no hairline cracks anywhere on the stock or forearm. The gun has been used very little and fired very little, I would guess 300 to 400 rounds at most. I have four custom made rifles in 22 Hornet, 218 Bee and 22-250 that I much preferred shooting when I was active. The rifle functions as well as the day it came out of the box when I bought it new in 1952. Trying to downsize a collection (getting too old and beat up I guess) so giving up this one. Thanks, Frank 01/08/2010