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February 2, 2023 - 10:50 pm
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Hello all, as it says I am looking for a cleaning kit for a 1895 src(1920). I could only find one picture in the 95 book, and nothing anywhere else. Not even sure if Winchester made more than one pull through cleaning kit or not. Even if no one has one,a picture of one would be fine, always like to learn. You can pm me, or email [email protected].

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February 4, 2023 - 11:25 pm
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What caliber is the gun?  Many of the 30 cals can use the same pull through. 

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February 5, 2023 - 1:49 am
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30-06

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February 5, 2023 - 5:05 pm
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Pull throughs were made from 22 Cal to 50 Cal.  The best way to tell what size they are is to measure the diameter of the weight.  Unless you have one in the package that says the caliber.

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Thanks Chuck

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February 6, 2023 - 2:44 am
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I am also after a source for a pull through for my 1895 SRC in 30.06. Like Bill, I only have the 1895 book picture to go off. 

Does anyone have a few pictures of one? 

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This was in the Model 1895 carbine (Ser. #84161 cal. 30 GOV 06) that I purchased. There is picture matching this pull through in the 1916 Winchester Catalog.  I have no provance concerning this item.  It was wedged in the buttstock hole and the previous owner was apparently not aware it was there.  RDB

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February 8, 2023 - 10:44 am
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I also have a pull through that was in the buttstock of my 1895 SRC (cir. 1914) but it’s not original as it has a nylon (invented 1935) brush.  Additionally, there are no markings to give a clue to manufacturer. I restrung and put it back in the buttstock.

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Technically, the glass is always full; half liquid, half air....

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rwsem, This may make your day.  I believe those are black pig bristles, not nylon.  Check out the early 1903 Springfield pull through information.  RDB

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rogertherelic said
rwsem, This may make your day.  I believe those are black pig bristles, not nylon.  Check out early the 1903 Springfield pull through information.  RDB

  

And this is a prime reason that I continue to hang out on this forum; always learning…

There was one long bristle on the brush, so I ran a flame under it: stinks like hair!

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Just an observation, but “nylon bristles” are usually milky (white) in color.  The black bristles are “”pig” bristles.   RDB

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February 12, 2023 - 5:33 pm
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Here is some info for the pull throughs.

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February 12, 2023 - 9:44 pm
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Thank you all for the pictures and info. Chuck, what book is that with all of the values printed? What date is the book?

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The book is the Standard Catalog of Winchester.  It was published in 2000.  Edited by David Kowalski. Most of the items in the book came from the Tom Webster collection.  He, Ned Schwing, Ray Giles, Dan Shuey and Phil White put the book together.  About 750 pages.

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February 13, 2023 - 8:52 pm
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Thanks Chuck, one of the books I don’t have yet! 

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February 14, 2023 - 10:21 pm
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I’ve got that one, better have a flick through it.

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