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That’s real nice. Reminds me of one I had a chance to buy a few years back. A M64 Deluxe Carbine in 25-35, near mint, for less than $2,000. I passed and bought a nice M1894 SRC 30WCF from 1913. Still have the carbine and my thoughts on that 25-35 M64. You win some, you lose some. Big Larry

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Indeed a nice rifle!  And I also agree with Big Larry!  Usually the regrets I have are for the “ones that got away”.  I look and keep not finding, a model 64 in .25-35 that is “nice enough” for me.  Maybe one of these days.

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I recently pulled the plug on a 98%++ 1936 vintage early model M64 in 30 WCF. Plain rifle, but it is real nice. Then I just had to have a M55, so I bought two, a solid and a takedown. Oh the Humanity !!!              Big Larry

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Very nice rifle Phil!  I just so happened to shoot up some 25-35 handloads today-what a fun and accurate cartridge.  I hope you enjoy that rifle.

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25-20,

Very nice model 64. I have a model 64 standard pre-war (1937) carbine in 25-35 caliber.

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Thanks for comments guys 25-35 has always been a hard to find premium cal especially with good bore , and always were a bit more, but lately prices have widened , But certainly a nice Cal to shoot .I think I can wait til tommoro to try it out. My Daughter set my targets up and took photos

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Pretty near the status of the 38-55. I prefer the larger calibers.  Big Larry

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