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Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT 967
blued overall 21 pistol grip 19 barrel 187 repeating 61 ebony stock tip one-piece walnut 14 round barrel 64 magazine 88 rear sight 51 detachable clip (missing) 2 sporting 150 deluxe checkered tapered 20 front sight 59 stock 186 monte carlo cheekpiece checkered steel buttplate 6 finish 98 ramp 2 varnished 52 receiver mounted lyman peep
firearm 4093
ca. 1935
L: 42.25 in, Barrel length: 22.75 in
Due to wide use in World War I, the bolt action rifle became popular in America during the 1920s. A concurrent interest in precision small bore competitive shooting led Winchester to produce the Model 52. Designed by Thomas Crossley Johnson, the Model 52 has become the leading arm in small bore accuracy. It is available in a variety of styles and weights, and has a magazine capacity of 5 cartridges. This Model 52 rifle is one of a sample lot made in Winchester's experimental shop, before fixtures were ready for regular production. It was made in 1919 for a shoot at Caldwell, NJ, and placed in the factory collection on October 25, 1921. Special features include: snap-on sling mounts, serrated trigger for pull and over travel, and receiver tapped for scope mounts.
Needs inscription and dimensions. | Lyman rear sight. Sling ring missing . Box magazine missing. Monte Carlo stock . Two piece stock, dove tailed at breech.
Model 52
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