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But, I just couldn't pass them up! I really like the old pump-action .22's and came across a couple I wanted to post. Hope you like them as much as I do: First up is a 1912 Winchester Model 1906 and the second is a Savage Model 29A made around 1938, best as I can place it:
 

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Those were built as pieces of art! Beautiful craftsmenship.
 

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Thanks, Gumpy! You 'da Man!
 

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Beautiful old pump 22s. Too bad that they aren't common place anymore.
Save them, shoot them and, most of all, enjoy them.
 

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You bet, Shooter13! Have a good one.
 

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I restored a Winchester model 1906 awhile back, during the restoration I found a Taurus model 62 (copy of the Win model 62) pump action at a gun show, now I shoot it instead of the Winchester.
 

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I wasn't familiar with the Taurus until I read your post and looked it up, so thanks for the info. Gotta love the old pump .22's! I pick one up at every opportunity when it's a good deal. I really like restoring those that have had a tough life and bringing them back. Have a good one!
 
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