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This is a Winchester Model 64 mfgd in 1935,the third year of production. Got this from a local estate. Shoots great!



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.32 WS, .30 WCF, .25-35 or .219 Zipper?

Inquiring Minds Wanna Know....

I love 64's.....
 

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Don't get too excited gentlemen. It's merely a 30 W.C.F. fhfjjjj
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fat tom said:
Don't get too excited gentlemen. It's merely a 30 W.C.F. fhfjjjj
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Too Late.... I'm already pretty revved up!.... ;)

I think of all of the calibers '64s came in the .30 WCF is the most usedful and certainly the most practical....

Nicely done.

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Well done!
I would have little use for a 30WCF but I would find a good one pronto if that rifle found that empty spot in the safe!
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Nice find and capture, Tom. I don't see those around much.
The old .30-30 is fine with me. My Win. 94 .30-30 suits me just fine, and one like that 64, would be a welcome addition to my small collection......anyone's collection!!! ;) Bob
 

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I love all the M-64s! It's amazing how much that extra barrel length adds to the ballistic oomph of the .30-30 - longer sight radius, too!

Real nice find!

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I imagine with the new Hornady ammunition an tang sight the 64 would be mighty effective way past the normal range of the 30-30.
 

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I've been looking,unsuccessfully,for a period correct Lyman tang sight for the rifle. They are harder to find than the guns.
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