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DorGunR
August 7, 2000, 10:58 AM
I have a Bolt Action .22 cal rifle made by Walther, I purchased this rifle used in 1978/79 and was told that this model was discontinued about 1963/65. This rifle has a 5 shot magazine that fits almost flush with the stock, the front sight has a shroud and the rear sight is located on the barrel just forward of the receiver. There is NO model number that I can find. Oh yes, the safety in a push button that goes completely thru the stock just above and behind the trigger assembly. The rifle is in excellent condition except for a ding in the stock near the butt plate. QUESTION: where can I obtain additional magazines for this rifle and what is the approx. value?

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Harley Nolden
August 7, 2000, 02:59 PM
DorGnr:
Will need more information. Walther made standard type .22 rifles and numerous Match Grade type rifles. Many times the stock description can better identify them.

HJN

DorGunR
August 7, 2000, 03:05 PM
Harley,
This rifle has a one piece stock with a pistol grip and a Monte Carlo "cheek rest (is that the correct term?) What else do I need to look for? Oh Yes, the serial number is 361XX
Thanks.

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