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      Top three are 22 cal. Bottom one is a mystery. Asian military of some sort? Don't know the caliber.

      All 22's are Remington. No model number on the pump, that I can see. The second and third rifles are models 512 and 514.

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      Very nice. The pump is maybe a model 12 or model 121.

      Here is a little bit of interesting read on both.

      https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?
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      https://www.gunsinternational.com/gu...n_id=101617892

      Read the description on the list above. Very informative.

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      I have an old Winchester Model 90 WRF with an octagon barrel that I was about to throw out until I began reading this post. It's missing some parts and indefinitely a project for someone who's interested. Instead of disposing of it I'm making it available to anyone who's interested. If it's a gun that's worth a lot of money when finished then I'd like a little share of the proceeds. If it's just a fun gun to shoot that your grandkids can have fun with then you can have it. PM me if interested.
      I notice some screws missing and what appears to be the loading block on top. Wood is in good shape and metal parts have some rust but pretty sure it's salvageable.

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      Just added another to my wish list. Winchester model 63 semi-auto. Does anyone have one or have experience with them? They are quite unique with how the action works.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jigaman View Post
      Just added another to my wish list. Winchester model 63 semi-auto. Does anyone have one or have experience with them? They are quite unique with how the action works.
      Yes. Same as the 61, the later versions have a grooved receiver for scope mounting and all things being equal are more desirable/expensive.

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      Model 63 info


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      I don't know which specific model it is but I have my father's old .22 special (special cartridges) Remington "x" 1908 pump with octagon barrel. I've had it for years and just keep it inside of the rifle carry. Can't imagine what price that thing may be worth after 112yrs. Problem is my father tried to blue the barrel himself and didn't know what he was doing. Uggghh!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Up Y'oars View Post
      I don't know which specific model it is but I have my father's old .22 special (special cartridges) Remington "x" 1908 pump with octagon barrel. I've had it for years and just keep it inside of the rifle carry. Can't imagine what price that thing may be worth after 112yrs. Problem is my father tried to blue the barrel himself and didn't know what he was doing. Uggghh!
      That sucks but just adds more character to a special family heirloom.

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      I have a remington 514 that I need a bolt for. Had the gun for years but the guy that I got it from didn't have the bolt. I have looked for one but it seems those that say they have them on the internet really don't when you try to order one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SDMF View Post
      Running joke amongst Winchester collectors (probably other brands as well):

      You never overpay for a Winchester, however, sometimes you do buy early..........
      This old Winchester Model 62A followed me home yesterday. I don't think I over-paid but I may have bought early lol. That's alright though, she's a beauty!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jigaman View Post
      This old Winchester Model 62A followed me home yesterday. I don't think I over-paid but I may have bought early lol. That's alright though, she's a beauty!

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      Chip out of the toe?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jigaman View Post
      This old Winchester Model 62A followed me home yesterday. I don't think I over-paid but I may have bought early lol. That's alright though, she's a beauty!

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      looks a lot like my Rossi.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SDMF View Post
      Chip out of the toe?
      No, just a little fade in the stain.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Captain Ahab View Post
      looks a lot like my Rossi.
      False. Your Rossi looks like my Winchester.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Captain Ahab View Post
      looks a lot like my Rossi.
      No, your Rossi looks a lot like it.

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