Hamilton

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  1. outdoortexas

    outdoortexas New Member

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    I know you guys may not care for the 22's like I do,
    but just can't help myself... :D

    Proud of this one, hard to find,

    Hamilton #7, first boy's rifle, made in 1900.

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  2. wundudnee

    wundudnee New Member

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    Hard to find, HAH!. I've been in every gunshop, pawnshop, flea market and back alley in the midwest, and that's the first picture I've ever seen, let alone the rifle in person. I do have the much more modern Hamilton 027 though. It's made with real sheetmetal. :p

    I think those little .22 collectors must be a strange breed of folk. :eek:
  3. SouthernMoss

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    That's great, ODT! :)
  4. outdoortexas

    outdoortexas New Member

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    Thanks SoMo,

    Scott,
    I still have a 15, 19, and 27 as well to go with this one.
    Had the Japanese model, an 027 I believe,
    and a couple of others but turned them.

    And you're right about the "strange breed" part,
    but me thinks you understand that for a reason... ;)

    I know these big bore guys laugh at us, but,
    it doesn't hurt much... :D

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