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I have found that my 30 W.C.F. rifles and carbines seem to group better with the 170 grain bullets over the 150 grain bullets.  Has anyone else found this to be the case?  Thanks.   RDB

  

I reload 170 gr, but never tried the

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July 18, 2022 2:31 am
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…have found that my 30 W.C.F. rifles and carbines seem to group better with the 170 grain bullets over the 150 grain bullets.  Has anyone else found this to be the case?  Thanks.   RDB

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July 18, 2022 12:34 am
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…50 rounds made from 30-40. Told  they were 40-70 WCF. 29 spent, 8 primed and 13 loaded with 20 grains of 5744--70.00 plus shipping--Thanks Bill

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July 18, 2022 12:32 am
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…results are almost incredible. I know two shots are not a group but quite honestly I was having great difficulty finding the front sight. First target is at 50; trying to get used to the trigger and a couple of sighters just out of the frame. Second target at 100 yds; two hits at the bottom were

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July 17, 2022 6:12 pm
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July 17, 2022 2:56 pm
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…Model 54  was  the first commercial production rifle in.22 Hornet, in 1933  .At  the time Pugsley  was  part of  the  redesign of  the 54 to the 70,  starting in 1935  ,  transitioed  the 54 production line  to the 70.   This  "new safety and shroud"  may have been his original design plan  for …

… the Hornet,  in full production. Several other  Model 54 rifles were introduced durig the same  time   the Target ,Match rifles, grades, etc  were  planned for  the Model 70 , introduced as  54's ,in the last  2 years of production.. while  the line   was…

…begin with..to try. I see no reason  to think it's anything but,  a factory original sample, there were dozen or so, like  the 19  original model 70's they completed in December 1935,  were samples  ," the new models"No serial numbers , were common thing  before 1968- the 70 production numbers…

…didn't begin till Jan   1936 when  the full production  of  the 70 began.. 

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July 16, 2022 10:44 pm
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July 16, 2022 10:13 pm
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…have one post WW2 Match and one post WW2 Target. I also have the nicest JTSS, fully documented, you have ever seen. It is "drippy mint". Have to pry my cold dead fingers from that one. Big

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July 16, 2022 10:09 pm
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….  This and a lot more is what you have to do if you get into long range precision shooting. 

Our old guns don't need all of the work I do on my target guns but some of it will help.

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July 16, 2022 9:47 pm
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….50-110 cartridges?  Of course, we don't know that it was originally placed in that box.  It would make more sense if it were in a box of .45-70.

  

Even in a box of .45-70, whatever problems Frankfort might have had with their cases shouldn't apply to those of WRA.  The Army…

…cartridge that preceded the .45-70 was .50-70, but don't believe .50-110 would chamber in that rifle.

….50-110 cartridges?  Of course, we don't know that it was originally placed in that box.  It would make more sense if it were in a box of .45-70.

…with that. 

 

  

So who ended up with your grandfather's carbine?  It sounds really sweet.

  

Sad to say he traded it back in the 70's for a custom 1896 Lee Enfield carbine in .303 British. I have it and it's about 6 3/4 pounds with a 21 inch barrel(original length), Lyman peep

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July 15, 2022 5:43 pm
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…with that. 

 

  

So who ended up with your grandfather's carbine?  It sounds really sweet.

  

Sad to say he traded it back in the 70's for a custom 1896 Lee Enfield carbine in .303 British. I have it and it's about 6 3/4 pounds with a 21 inch barrel(original length), Lyman peep

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July 15, 2022 1:21 pm
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…s farm/ museum at Gettysburg, Pa. had a room with some of his guns hanging on the wall. Not sure about a 94, but I do remember seeing a model 70 in .22 Hornet.   RRM

… and Marble No. 6 front sight. 22 Long R. Rifle looks to be hardly used, 95% and shoots excellent with CCI mini-mag 22 LR 40 gr. ammo. Payed $700. Mark

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July 14, 2022 9:20 am
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…. was finished & placed into inventory.  Thus it's common to find "older" brls. installed on "newer" rcvrs., such as the '36 brl on my '39 M. 70.

According to House's 52 book, the first brls installed on 52s were indeed "left over" SS brls, perhaps only rifled, not threaded, or otherwise

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July 14, 2022 4:42 am
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… for function not really accuracy. Functioned perfect and felt accurate for off handing a 9 lb. rifle. Looking forward to shooting it with some target target ammo from the bench.

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July 13, 2022 10:28 pm
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…sight, and Marble No. 6 front sight. 22 Long R. Rifle looks to be hardly used and shoots excellent with CCI mini-mag 22 LR 40 gr. ammo. Payed $700. Mark

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July 13, 2022 7:13 pm
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…them. In my research survey I have documented that Winchester manufactured (478) center fire Muskets, and of that number (347) were in 45-70.

Bert

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July 13, 2022 6:13 pm
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July 13, 2022 4:51 am
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I checked my survey records, and you Musket is one of (483) that were manufactured, and one of (347) made in 45-70.  Send me the serial number and I will dig up some additional information for you.

Bert

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July 13, 2022 4:17 am
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…hotmail.com said

So is this one real for WWI 1922 serial #705,532 I know the E was the last modification in the series and the most common

Hey how do I insert pictures?  

Model 97 S/N 705532 was actually

…is this one real for WWI serial #705,532 I know the E was the last modification in the series and the most common

Hey how do I insert pictures?

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July 12, 2022 8:27 pm
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…s gonna be 432 per year for the carbines, 3,888 for the 22" in .284...

So from my simple math skills learned from a crappy high school in the 1970's...and lacking access to Winchester's data base and records and me refusing to pay $250 for a shipping record... That means my 1963, 22'

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July 11, 2022 3:44 am
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…BIN price, so probably won't last long.

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July 10, 2022 12:55 pm
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…SNA date was not indicated in the search results but we can probably accept December 1907 as a likely SNA date. Last SN applied in 1907 was 107050 according to the chart in the Red Book.

Bert told me this round was manufactured into the 30’s by at least one major manufacturer, I believe he

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