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Competition for Winchester 52
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January 9, 2016 - 5:53 am
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These are 3 Anschutz Match 54 action all are DOM 1975 2 stage 2 OZ trigger

1 Mod 1407 ISU 3 position ISU

2 mod 1411 Prone (now sold)

3 mod 1413 SupermatchIMG_0074-1.JPGImage Enlargerprone-2.jpgImage Enlargerconsecutive-Supermatch.jpgImage Enlarger

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Yeah but, the M52 is of an old design and was really out dated by the Rem. 37. Then improved, the M52-C and “D” was a great rifle, out performed by the Rem. 40X. None of these rifles will shoot against a good Anschutz. I doubt even a “E” can do that.  Big Larry

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Yeah but, the M52 is of an old design and was really out dated by the Rem. 37. Then improved, the M52-C and “D” was a great rifle, out performed by the Rem. 40X. None of these rifles will shoot against a good Anschutz. I doubt even a “E” can do that.  Big Larry

Really Big Larry,,,,,,,http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/images/smilies/smiley_FunnyPost.gif

I think, it all depends on,

Who is squeezing the Trigger,,,,,,,http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/images/smilies/shock.gif

I have a 22 Caliber Rifle, I’d put up against The Rem and Anschutz any day…..http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/images/smilies/amazon.gif

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I agree with Mark…, it all depends on who is behind the trigger. Personally, I sincerely doubt that there is enough difference in any of the aforementioned rifles for 99.99% of the shooters on this planet to be able to detect.

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Thanks for patience for my “Competition” posts. I did these , not to take anything away from Winchesters, but felt It was a way That I could contribute something a little out of the norm , with my recent (15 years study) on competiters. Initialy I was not interested in them , but kept coming across affordable examples in some of my favorite Win Cartridges, and curiosity grew.

I have pleasant experiences shooting and evaluating these competitors.(and learning a bit of historical background)

Where as I cannot contribute much to the true Collector Talk and trivia mainstream of the Forum , having mostly standard Winchester CB OBR’s now, still certainly my core interest in all Winchester lever models , but especially 1892 & 1894. I shoot all the cal’s in these 2 models

the few Winchester  pics I do have are not in the league of some of the fabulous examples that you Collectors own (and for the most part you are too modest to post) I would like to see more of these that I can only dream about.

I admit to be having fun finally being able to post pics. I have to take better pics when weather allows.And get more Computer savvy

I do like to chat about shooting them tho, as this is also something I have enjoyed for 45 years and feel I know a little bit about

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In the pic of the Anschutz Supermatch, you can see the Scope mounting attatchments I made at work from stainless steel ,

with the adapter rail that fits into the Anschutz groove having a visable downward angle that gets the Scope in middle of adjustment for the 200 Meter range ,where it groups very well with appropriate target ammo   , (Yes Trigonometry at school was some use after all ) cons-SM.jpgImage Enlarger

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