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Old 12-10-2011, 05:58 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Lol ill get some photos tomorrow, all i have is ****ty photos from an ipod. I have to wake up in five hours for biathalon (Skiing and shooting if ya didnt know )

Basically the 1906 and 1890 are the same. Small differences.
First or all - Very cool! The Biathalon run is, next to Curling, my favorite olympic sport. Good for you man!


Second -

*GASP* I think not good sir! Wile the actions of both rifles were the same later on in production, the 1890 was much more elegant. The 1890 underwent several changes since it first entered the Winchester line in 1890. But throughout the 42 years it was made, a 24" Tapered octagon barrel, Walnut stocks and crescent buttplate was a standard. The first model was a solid frame where in two halfs of the action were pined together and the bolt did not show from the side of the action........



....... later on, the takedown and new style bolt was made......



This was mine, once apon a time. Very sadly missed.........











I'm a bit passionate about these kinda things, wouldn't ya say?

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Old 12-10-2011, 06:48 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Couldn't be bothered to go out all the way to the garage and take photos today. So for now ****ty pictures it is. Nothing but the best for you guys!
These are the old photos without the new wood furniture, ill get newer better pictures eventually.

The rifle! With octagonal barrel as mentioned by Ti, and chambered in .22 short. Also has the takedown screw.


Stripped to three main groups, front receiver, (barrel, body, pump) rear receiver, (trigger group and stock) and magazine.



Annnndddd with the bolt open. This is amazing how they did this. I love the gun. Cant wait to shoot it sometime.



So thats the 1890!
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Old 12-10-2011, 09:10 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Oh, how I love those Winchester .22's. And oh how I miss mine. The cool thing about being chambered in short is there are lots of different loads available from Winchester, CCI, Remington (<< dont tought this stuff), ect. Long, not so much.

Good looken rifle there Smith. Hows the bore?
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Oh, how I love those Winchester .22's. And oh how I miss mine. The cool thing about being chambered in short is there are lots of different loads available from Winchester, CCI, Remington (<< dont tought this stuff), ect. Long, not so much.

Good looken rifle there Smith. Hows the bore?
Decent, but it could be better. The thing i i've dry fired it about 100 times, and just recently i learned that that really hurts the firing pin on rimfire rifles.
(oops ) Next time i take it apart ill take apart the bolt and make sure its still decently pointy

Where did you do your PAL exam?
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Old 12-11-2011, 02:35 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Decent, but it could be better. The thing i i've dry fired it about 100 times, and just recently i learned that that really hurts the firing pin on rimfire rifles.
(oops ) Next time i take it apart ill take apart the bolt and make sure its still decently pointy

Where did you do your PAL exam?


Actuly, it's really cool how the firing pin was thought out. If you pump the bolt back, put a stright edge across the face of the bolt and push the firing pin/ button on the back of the bolt, you will see that the striker does not touch the stright edge! Therefore, the rim of the barrel is unharmed from a dry fire! And the firing pin is around 3/8" thick, so your going to have a hard time damageing it.
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Old 01-02-2012, 06:39 PM   #36 (permalink)
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YAY, the pic's are working again!
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Old 05-20-2012, 10:29 PM   #37 (permalink)
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You know, I sold this rifle awile ago and now I miss it. If only the rifle it's self was in better overall shape (action was a tiny bit sloppy), I would have kept her. Some of my best work right there..........
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