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Pre-war Model 64 with 20″ barrel (carbine). Serial # 1322783 in 32 W.S. The gun is original and correct with an excellent bore. $2400 shipped/insured. PM or [email protected] for more photos or additional information.

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Nice looking M64 Carbine. Got one in 25-35?

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pdog72 said
Nice looking M64 Carbine. Got one in 25-35?  

Sorry Gary – no 25-35 – never owned one of those.

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Hey Gary,  I found one for you.

https://www.thewinchestergrove.com/71/1341xxx.htm

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Hey Gary,  I found one for you.

https://www.thewinchestergrove.com/71/1341xxx.htm

Don  

Oooh, and a bargain too! Actually, I think I’ve held that one in my hands at the last couple shows I saw Don at …. Cody and C. Springs. 

I sold off all my sibling models and just went back to collecting the ones with 4 digits, at least in the lever guns. That said, I could be tempted by a 25-35 M64 at the right price. 

 

Back on topic – Thanks for the response Burt, and I hope that M64 beauty you have for sale ends up in another members collection. You have some wonderful examples!

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pdog72 said

Oooh, and a bargain too! Actually, I think I’ve held that one in my hands at the last couple shows I saw Don at …. Cody and C. Springs. 

I sold off all my sibling models and just went back to collecting the ones with 4 digits, at least in the lever guns. That said, I could be tempted by a 25-35 M64 at the right price. 

 

Back on topic – Thanks for the response Burt, and I hope that M64 beauty you have for sale ends up in another members collection. You have some wonderful examples!  

Gary – I have had a lot of nice 64’s over the years but as I noted previously, never a 25-35 carbine. I have never had a 64, standard or deluxe, which had the poor wood to metal fit of the Winchester Grove gun – the photo of the upper tang screw just makes me shake my head – glad I don’t own it. For whatever reason, my standard 64 with the 20″ barrel has not generated much interest – must be the caliber. It is hard to find one that nice – the gun is absolutely right and never messed with – it has been in my safe about 40 years and when I bought it, I did so to fill a hole in my collection – just wanted an honest, original and high condition 64 carbine. Merz recently added one to his site – no better than mine and he wants $3575.

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Wow, that’s a great looking zipper as well. 

Here’s a 64 carbine I had in 30 WCF, a 1937 gun and nearly new. A dear friend of mine has it now and your 32 WS would make a nice companion to it. 

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Of possible interest to you fellows, I just very recently verified a Model 64 20-inch Deer Rifle (carbine) in 38-88 !!  It is a pre-war rifle (as it should be), and the current owner was very helpful in carefully disassembling it to get clear pictures of the under barrel markings that confirmed its factory authenticity.

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As you can imagine, this is a very rare Model 64 !! Cool

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Bert H. said

As you can imagine, this is a very rare Model 64 !! Cool  

Super COOL. Never heard of or crossed paths with one in 38-55 before. 

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 All beautiful Model 64 rifles.Do have a weak spot for them, especially the Deer Rifles.Really drooled up the computer screen looking at that Model 64 .38-55 that Bert spoke of.Smile

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pdog72 said
Wow, that’s a great looking zipper as well. 

Here’s a 64 carbine I had in 30 WCF, a 1937 gun and nearly new. A dear friend of mine has it now and your 32 WS would make a nice companion to it. 

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Gary – not sure why there has not been more interest in the 64 carbine – guess if I want to sell it, I better advertise it somewhere besides the Forum. As you know, these pre-war carbines that are original, correct and have condition are hard to find. It gets pretty frustrating to see how many guns have been messed with these days. Here are a few more photos if anyone is interested.

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The 64 carbine has been sold. I had it for almost 40 years and will miss it – it was/is the real deal.

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Burt Humphrey said
The 64 carbine has been sold. I had it for almost 40 years and will miss it – it was/is the real deal.  

Excellent. Always glad to see successful sales on here. 

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