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    Another Pawn Shop find in an Old 22 Rifle

    Got this old pump 22 rifle last week in a group adoption. It is a J.C. Higgins Model 35 pump 22 rifle made by High Standard. Was missing a few parts and fortunately found them and a manual so now in working shape. Believe to be from mid to late 1950s. The pump action is very smooth and old gun has lots of character. I do like the fore end stock as it fits hand very nice. Now want to try her at the range.
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    Regards,
    Rodney


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    Glad you got it all back together. Should be a lot of fun to shoot.
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    Looks like a great old shooter.
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    Beautiful! I really like the old 22 rifles with pump action and lever action topping the list. The old rifles from the 50s and 60s really had style.
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    Fine old rimfire there!
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    That's a great find, I wish I'd stumble upon one like it, I have grandkids needing to arm up!
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    That’s super cool!
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    Sweet! I think a lot of the older rifles look better than some of today's. Have fun with it and let us know how it performs for you.
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    Congratulations on your rimfire rifle fine.
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    One of my favorite pistols is a High Standard Competition model.

    It's especially satisfying when you can find the parts you need to finish an old gun. Remember finishing a 12 Gauge SXS with some parts from Numrich's.
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