Rimfire Porn

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by bbqznbeer, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. bbqznbeer

    bbqznbeer New Member

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    Let's see'em !!! :D

    Cooey M82
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    Stevens 87C
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    Marlin 25MN
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    Springfield/Stevens 87M
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    *( near future space for a Mossberg 151M * )
  2. old semperfi

    old semperfi New Member

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    WHAT IS A COOEY AND WHERE CAN I GET ONE,HOW MUCH ETC. OLD SEMPERFI
  3. petesusn

    petesusn New Member

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    I echo semperfi's question.
  4. The_Rifleman

    The_Rifleman New Member

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    That Cooey is beautiful!
  5. bbqznbeer

    bbqznbeer New Member

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    Thx Rifleman and that Derringer is a piece of art ! .

    " Cooey" was a arms manufacturer in Ontario Canada and also had Winchester as a partner. Very sturdy rifles , well known for their accuracy
    http://www.gunownersresource.com/gorole/index.php?title=H._W._Cooey_Machine_&_Arms_Company

    The M82 , made during WW2 , is a singleshot made to resemble the SMLE Mklll Enfield and was used as trainers for the Canadian military cadets as well as sold to the public. I have both leaf and peep sights for it .
    Walnut stocks , Linseed oil finish.

    M82 top
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    Lee Enfield sling
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    25yd left
    35yd right
    Using the leaf sight and leaning off a fence post ;)
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  6. Big Shrek

    Big Shrek Well-Known Member

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    I'd bet that marlin 25MN outshoots everything else on his list ;)

    It definitely would with a better scope...;) I had a Tasco 3-9x30 on mine, things got better when I replaced it.
  7. doubleslover

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    Old Semperfi---Yes, Cooeys were very well made guns from 1919 to 1961 and they manufactured .22's and single barrel shotguns. They sold out to to Winchester in 1961 after the death of Cooey's son who was then running the company. They then became Winchester/Cooey until the plant closed in 1979. The quality went down after Winchester took over. I too have the Cooey model 82 military trainer (along with many other Cooey .22's and shotguns) but mine has the 3/4 length stock. Too bad you weren't in Winnipeg as there is a model 82 with 3/4 length stock coming up for auction on the 27th of March. I got mine 2 weeks ago at same auction house and paid $200.00 in really nice condition.
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  9. rjhauser

    rjhauser New Member

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    very nice. maybe this weekend some pics of mine...when I get time
  10. bbqznbeer

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    ...often thought the same...;)

    Newest aquisition ,
    Mossy 151M
    Mossy 4M4 scope and mounts.
    Looks like I'm on a hunt for some detach sling swivels...and is there supposed to be a locking spring of some type for them ?

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  11. joshawa91

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    i could have bought a cooey 39 in nice shape for $150. good price?]

    a target i made that i need to test.
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    win 190 .22lr with a swiss arms 4x32 scope.
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  12. blackcat_attilio

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    Here is my Walther P22-Target, sorry I haven't other .22...

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  13. doubleslover

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    Joshawa--$150.00 would have been top dollar for the 39 Cooey in most areas. They might be worth a bit more if the gun has been unfired or has the original box with it. Also depends if it is the original Cooey 39 or the later Winchrester-Cooey 39.
  14. Tom

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    Marlin 39A ('63)
    Marlin 39A Mountie ('69)
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  15. dteed4094

    dteed4094 New Member

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    I don't know about availability but the little hole in the wall shop I frequent has a stack of Cooey barreled receivers for $20 if any body needs one. Not sure about the model but I bought one to modify for A Crackshot 26. They also have Savage Model 5 barreled receivers. Most have strong shiney bores with a little outside surface rust. The one I got cleaned up real nice.
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