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 7 OLD 22 pump lever boys rifles
WI92BluWing  [Member]
1/22/2011 11:08:22 AM


I am cleaning out my safe
Guns located in Wausau Wis
Prefer face to face but will ship to your FFL or C&R holder
will trade for handguns in any caliber (taurus rossi lower tier guns OK)
other trades considered

email questions to monkeyboy@charter.net


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1) OLD Ranger pump action rifle
22 short long long rifle caliber
tube fed take down
24" round barrel adj sights
Unsure exact maker of this gun (department store copy?)
nice shooter
$275

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2) Remington pump action model 12CS
24" octogan barrel
22 REM SPECIAL caliber (between 22LR and 22 mag i think)
tube fed take down model
steel buttplate

$325

SOLD

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3) OLD stevens visible loader model 70
.22 short long or long rifle
tube fed
pump action
black plastic butt plate

$320

Model 70
This is a slide-action rifle chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge.
It is also known as the “Visible Loading Rifle.” It features
a 20" round barrel with a 3/4-length, tubular magazine. The finish
is blued and case-colored, and it has a walnut stock. It features
open sights but was available with other options. It was
offered as the No. 70-1/2, 71, 71-1/2, 72, and 72-1/2. These
different model numbers denote various sight combinations.
Otherwise, they are identical. They were manufactured between
1907 and 1932.

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4) This is an old working, used, fully functioning 22 long rifle caliber rifle
take down, round barrel
bluing well worn but not pitted
appears muzzle was cut at some point
plastic buttplate marked stevens
MARKSMAN

$300

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Stevens No. 12
This version is also known as the “Marksman.” It is chambered
for the .22, .25, and the .32 rimfire cartridges. It has a 22" barrel
that pivots upward for loading. It is activated by an S-shaped trigger
guard lever. It was manufactured between 1911 and 1930
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5) This is an old boys rifle made by
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co
Chicopee Falls Mass
22 long rifle Take down model
fully functional , working
steel buttplate 90% finish good wood
"crackshot"
$280 obo
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No. 26
This version is also known as the “Crack Shot.” It has a rolling
block-type action and is chambered for .22 or the .32 rimfire
cartridges. It is offered with an 18" or 20" round barrel. It is
blued and has a two-piece stock. It was manufactured between
1912 and 1939.

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6) OLD falling block style .22 long rifle
1/2 octogan barreled take down model
working shootable condition
marked J. STEVENS A&T CO
CHICOPEE FALLS USA
22 LONG RIFLE

$300
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BOY’S RIFLES
The Stevens Company produced an extensive line of smaller,
single-shot rifles chambered for small calibers and intended
primarily for use by young shooters. These firearms have become
quite collectible and are considered a field of specialty by
many modern collectors.
NOTE: There are many variations that were available with a
number of options that would affect their value. We supply information
and values for the major variations but would recommend
securing a qualified appraisal if in doubt.
“FAVORITE” RIFLES
This series of rifles is chambered for the .22, .25, and .32 rimfire.
It has a 22" part-octagonal barrel and is blued, with a case-colored
frame. It has a takedown-type action with an interchangeable
barrel feature. It was available with optional sights, as well
as buttplates. There were approximately 1,000,000 manufactured
between 1893 and 1939.



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7) Remington model 6 rolling block rifle
22 short long long rifle
functional working gun
take down model steel buttplate

$325

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No. 6 Rolling Block Rifle
A lightweight, small rifle designed expressly to be used by
young boys. It is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge, as well
as the .32 Short or Long. It was also produced with a smoothbore
barrel to be used with shot cartridges. The round barrel is
20" in length. It has a takedown action with a barrel held on by
a knurled knob underneath the frame. It is a lightweight rolling
block, with a thin operating knob on the breech. The finish is
blued overall. Early models featured a case-colored frame, and
these versions would be worth approximately 10 percent additional.
It has a straight-grip walnut stock with a small forearm.
Over 250,000 manufactured between 1902 and 1903.
WI92BluWing  [Member]
2/1/2011 5:04:39 PM
M make me an offer on these