Posted: 10/27/2002 11:18:22 AM
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Thanks for any help,
Posted: 10/27/2002 12:02:56 PM
[Last Edit: 10/27/2002 12:15:26 PM by BusMaster007]
According to my very old and trusty Gun Parts catalog, your're spot on in your guess, NeedAclip.
It showns the rifle as being a:
House Brand Sears M5,M-5T;
Orig. Mfgr. Winchester;
Orig. Model 150-250.
Google Search for- Winchester Model 150
Rifle Stocks- m1.aol.com/custstock/Winchester.html
Obsolete Parts- www.usracmfg.com/obsolete.htm
Good luck and enjoy your Dad's gun.
I recently happened to acquire my Dad's .22 that is a Winchester bolt-action 'J.C.Higgins' made by Marlin as a model 81; it's currently getting the stock refinished.
Then, in one week, I got my late Dad's post-64 .30-30 Winchester model 94 in rough condition AND my late Step Dad's pre-64 .30-30 Winchester model 94 in good condition!
I can't believe my good fortune.
The post-64 is gonna be upgraded in the refit.
The pre-64 will remain in original condition.
Anyone getting a family heirloom is in for a real treat.