winchester 69 22 cal

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by ole iron sights, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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  2. GunHugger

    GunHugger Well-Known Member

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    SW PA
    Know about what?

    I'm still trying to figure out what you wrote.
     

  3. redwing carson

    redwing carson Former Guest

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    western wyoming
    What in the world are you talking about??? The 69A has a grooved Rec. like all modern .22s. Your post is too creptic.

    RC
     
  4. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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    i just found out thru a very large supplier that winchester on the 69 model made 3 scopes for this model....instead of the winchester mark being on the off center of the barrel and mating base, they r on the lower left.. they made a 3x,,, 5x,,, and 8x. only the 2 smaller ones are marked "winchester"! my barrel has the correct mounting holes(Tapped) and also the same 3/8 dovetails grooves for sights that come factory. he informed me that this is a rare set-up , when scopes became popular , now he has these and is sending me the 5x with blocks and rings and all.....and the scope is as old as the rifle. comprendo??? i am excited . how cool is that with the original winchester scope???
     
  5. ole iron sights

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  6. ole iron sights

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    The strongest reason for people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government....Thomas Jefferson.
     
  7. GunHugger

    GunHugger Well-Known Member

    Jul 18, 2007
    SW PA
    Winchester-branded telescopic sights were first offered in 1937 for the Model 69. Options were a 2¾-power scope with crosshairs or a vertical aiming post and a 5-power scope with crosshairs. Open sights were retained; the scopes were boxed separately and attached to integral bases on the barrel by the rifle's buyer.[
     
  8. ole iron sights

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  9. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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    just a show and tell of my partial colection... i do hope you like these
     

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  10. millman

    millman New Member

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    You have some pretty rifles.
     
  11. ole iron sights

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  12. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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    here is my version of the 10/22 ruger "bullpup' w/ laser and spot and snipe light on the side.... love this thing 261/2 inches in length. pressure tabs for laser and led. love this thing
     

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  13. dteed4094

    dteed4094 New Member

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    Can you tell me what Mnfg and the model of the gun in the stand? The first Picture. It looks very much like the Ranger I just acquired. The only differance I can see is the very back of the receiver on the right has a cutout about 1 inch. I have been searching for Info. I think it was made by Marlin for Sears.
     
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  14. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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    look closely and see if your gun is here on this old advertisement.......yours may be the one that came wioth the micro-sights....... am not sure cuz i cant see your gun........ but the one you see is the one clearly marked "ranger" no numbers , nothing.. originally by marlin , but then stamped out by ?? for sears and montgomery wards , hope this helps.......
     

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  15. ole iron sights

    ole iron sights New Member

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    by the way..... the gun you mention in my pic on the top..... is only stamped "ranger" , and against my religion dont mess with it if it fairly nice but that gun was nothing but a blonde , truely rusted peice of hardware. i think it came out good , for now i am using a brass finger guard... and "scribed ranger in a 1/4 in brass plate for the buttstock.... now i am finding parts i may return her to her grand glory.. i have about 90 hours in re-doing her but all in all i think she turned out good P.S. glad the spiders climed in the barrel. cleaned it and it looks amazing bore-wise....thanks again
     
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