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Article on it in a 1998 NRA Rifleman
Fort Worth Arms' new Woodchucker bolt-action rifle is one of the best training rifles for young shooters. Chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge, the rifle sports several safety features that encourage safe shooting habits.
Publisher: National Rifle Association of America
Publication Name: American Rifleman
Subject: Travel, recreation and leisure
Read more: http://www.faqs.org/abstracts/Travel...#ixzz0UVipTDT2
From 2003 Guns and Ammo
Ft. Worth Woodchucker
Q: I'm having problems getting information on a .22 rifle I bought for my son. It's a youth model bolt action in the .22 LR called a Woodchucker. It has "Ft. Worth Firearms Inc." marked on the top. I would like to find out anything I can about this rifle--history, replacement parts and value. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. --S.B., via e-mail
A: The Ft. Worth Firearms concern was in operation from 1995 until 2000. It made affordable, high-quality sporting firearms including your Youth Model bolt action denominated Woodchucker. The Gun Parts Corporation in West Hurley, New York, is always the first choice for parts, especially for discontinued American-manufactured guns, as they usually buy up inventories of all makes and models. The Blue Book Of Gun Values lists your model at $120 in mint condition.