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Old March 8, 2013, 02:18 PM   #2
James K
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They were made from 1936 to about 1971. Like most single shot .22 rifles, they have fairly low value, selling originally from about $10 to about $25 (due to the dollar value at the time)- the 1964 Gun Digest shows them at $19.50. Today, one in like-new condition could bring up to $200 from the right collector, but the average value is about half that.

They are nice rifles for youngsters as they are single shot, must be cocked manually, and are accurate, yet they are large and sturdy enough that they don't have the appearance of toys as do some single shot .22 rifles.

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