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the Winchester future that didn't happen
August 17, 2015
10:33 pm
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Check this out 

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 “There is but one answer to be made to the dynamite bomb and that can best be made by the Winchester rifle.”

Teddy Roosevelt 

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August 17, 2015
11:06 pm
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Yeah. Wow. Somebody spent some real money of that.

I wonder if the Ad Company got paid for their efforts?

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August 18, 2015
3:48 pm
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They have the model numbers completely wrong on page 13.  They refer to the 1886 pictured rifle as a Model 94 and the 1892 rifle as a Model 73.

August 20, 2015
7:33 am
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Nobody said they were gun people, just ad people. 

Vince
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 “There is but one answer to be made to the dynamite bomb and that can best be made by the Winchester rifle.”

Teddy Roosevelt 

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August 23, 2015
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From a Website that allegedly offers free hosting to folks doing such as Web ads, etc.  Likely just someone’s unfinished work here.  Essentially a concept paper in effect perhaps & not ready for prime time nor to be judged beyond perhaps tongue in cheek.  

Yet too, a lot of questions concerning such Website itself; such beyond the Winchester literature presented! A public forum in respect of viewing materials? Otherwise, how for the public to get into such work? Retained ownership of such materials?  Copyright issues? Etc.  A real cautionary matter for aspiring folks literally exposing there work! 

As far as the Website is concerned, below their info.

( http://help.issuu.com/hc/en-us/articles/204816328-What-is-issuu- )

Beyond not much to comment about the work itself other than perhaps a real effort!

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