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Winchester Model 74 "Gallery Gun" 22 Short * 1939 First Year + * 500 Rounds of Factory Ammo * AND * six (6) loader tubes All, for o
SOLD to R.S. = Winchester Model 74 "Gallery Gun" 22 Short 1939 First Year + 500 Rounds of Factory Ammo AND six (6) loader tubes for only $ 995
This semi-auto rifle. Serial #25,138 was Made in 1939. That's the First year manufacturing of the Model 74 Win. This was Originally priced at $1,495 It is Now on sale for only $ 995
This is a Very interesting "FIRST YEAR" Winchester Model 74 "Gallery"-gun.; in the.22 Short Caliber that includes six (6) loader tubes in good functioning condition.
These Gallery guns sure did their duty at the county fairs. The blue finish is about half there & has a nice smooth natural patina to it.
This Gallery gun has Vivid barrel markings. Nice tight action. AND … A Mint Bore !
The six (6) loader tubes Feed into the buttstock. The pre-loaded tubes pour into the factory opening/Bullet hole on the right side of the buttstock. It is then followed by the spring-loaded magazine being put back into the Butt of the stock.
This made the Boss of the Gallery guns job, a lot easier so they could load several Galley Rifles in just seconds. As we old-school folks know; that's Very important, when you've got dozens of youngsters wanting the Boss to reload them every few minutes or so.
I personally remember shooting these Gallery guns in Disneyland & Knott's Berry Farm as a kid.
This has the standard 24" barrel has buckhorn rear sights and post front sight.
ALSO comes With a Ten-Box-BRICK of .22 Short Ammo… 500 rds. of Winchester Super-X .22 short cartridges. In white/blue/red "brick" carton, One label partially torn off. Ten (10) boxes of 50 cartridges.…. Heck, With 500 rounds, you could start your own Shooting Galley.
Price: SOLD to R.S. Was $1,495. Now, Only $995. Buy Now