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Another Fake Model 61 at "Winchester Guns" Jamestown, CA
July 9, 2019
2:11 pm
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Same guy.  Same deal.

This rifle first sold out of RIA in June 2016 Lot #2815.  The non GB out of Kearney, NE.  Both instances it was a standard round barrel rifle.  Now the rook in CA has it as a round barrel Short Only gun.  He is not even smart enough to know that the Short oNly guns were OB's at the time.  Dumb A**.  Here is the RIA listing:  https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/1027/2815/two-winchester-slide-action-rifles

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And the GB Listing:

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Notice the very same straight grain of the butt stock.




Model 1892 / Model 61 Collector, Research, Valuation

July 9, 2019
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Do stamps on top of barrel and receiver (different looking) mean anything?

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