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1950’s #7665000 11/18/19 02:05 AM
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Kind of all you needed cheers

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Yep. All you needed.


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Where is the 22?

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My thoughts also Don


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Re: 1950’s [Re: dkershen] #7665295 11/18/19 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by dkershen
Yep. All you needed.


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Re: 1950’s [Re: don k] #7665298 11/18/19 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by don k
Where is the 22?


That was the first thought I had as well. An old pump action Stevens or Winchester...would complete the picture. Otherwise, I agree with it.

A hunting household should not be without a .22 rimfire.


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Pop's guns right about 1950.
Top to bottom.
L.C. Smith 12ga
R.F. Sedgley 03 Springfield.
Remington 721 300 H&H. (Re-chambered to 300 Weatherby.
I've yet to identify the the mag fed bolt action 22.
Winchester Model 61 22.
H&R Sportsman revolver 22 cal.



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Yes! A Weatherby does kill them deader.
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Originally Posted by HWY_MAN
Pop's guns right about 1950.
Top to bottom.
L.C. Smith 12ga
R.F. Sedgley 03 Springfield.
Remington 721 300 H&H. (Re-chambered to 300 Weatherby.
I've yet to identify the the mag fed bolt action 22.
Winchester Model 61 22.
H&R Sportsman revolver 22 cal.



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Hard to say on the bolt action .22, there were so many brands (even store labeled brands) back then. It might be easier to I.D. if we knew that the rear sight (looks to be a peep) came on the rifle or was added later. Only a few manufacturers offered a peep back then (mossberg for one).

The flyswatter on the left however looks to be a TrueValue model FS21 wink


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Originally Posted by HWY_MAN

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Is that a fly swatter I see? It's also an important tool when eating what the others have helped produced.

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Originally Posted by don k
Where is the 22?


Replaced with single shot 410 confused2


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Originally Posted by dkershen
Yep. All you needed.

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Growing up in the late 80’s, we had a glass window gun cabinet in the living room.

Dad had a Marlin 30-30, a Mossberg 12 gauge and a Winchester auto .22. He retained the shotgun and a new to him savage .30-06 until he passed.

Had an uncle whose house I loved going over to visit, because he was a big hunter. We thought he was Jim Bridger. He had not one, but TWO whitetail deer shoulder mounted in his office, plus a gun cabinet with glass where you could see his 3 centerfire gun collection ( .220 swift, marlin .30-30 and a 7mm rem mag) a few .22’s, a couple of shotguns and a odd trio of pump 410’s.

Most of the people we knew who hunted were like us, lower to mid middle class who owned maybe 3 guns, maybe had a shoulder mount in there house and hunted a lease or family place within a few hours of the house on the weekends. I didn’t know one person who had a legitimate collection of guns or mounts ( not until I was in high school did I meet someone who did )

Lots of glass gun cabinets back in those days too, you had your guns in the living room.


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Originally Posted by leswad
Originally Posted by don k
Where is the 22?


Replaced with single shot 410 confused2


Guessing left to right 12 Ga. 410. then 30-30? Still need a 22 up


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