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Does the book listed in the store section, Winchester 69 Evolution in Technology … does this book also cover through the model 69A as well?

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Yes, it does! It covers all iterations of the 69/69A from start to finish (1935-1963).

Thanks for your interest!

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JWA

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Thank you Sir.

You will see my order for a book soon.  

I have a 69A that came from a friend. It is drilled and tapped with a scope applied. It is extremely accurate every time.  Amazing it was an economy gun as well as it was made and how well it has held up and how well it still shoots. 

Again, thank you. 

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Thank you Sir.

You will see my order for a book soon.  

I have a 69A that came from a friend. It is drilled and tapped with a scope applied. It is extremely accurate every time.  Amazing it was an economy gun as well as it was made and how well it has held up and how well it still shoots. 

Again, thank you. 

Mike   

Mike, I can say without a doubt that the book is nothing short of spectacular. You will really like it, but it does not cover the M1890 or the Lyman 1-A sight. Not to say, Mr. JWA  knows nothing about them, because he does. He is versed very well in all guns, not just 22’s. You can always believe what he tells you. A fan. Big LarrySmileSmileSmile                                                              

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Outstanding. 

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Glad you discovered Jeff’s book, Michael. I don’t believe he left a stone unturned in his research and discussion of the Model 69. Over 1300 illustrations to supplement the detailed text. Before I got a good start reading it I ordered a copy for a friend and after finishing it I wrote a review recently published in the Texas Gun Collectors’ Association magazine. Jeff’s book covers some unplowed ground and is a long-awaited resource for the Winchester 22 collector.

I hope you enjoy it.

 

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