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Old November 6, 2005, 11:59 AM   #1
kentucky_smith
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help identify Ranger .22

Grandfather's old .22, supposed to be a real good shooter, but needs new stock.

Can anyone identify this rifle, I'm thinking Marlin something or Winchester 67a.


The only lettering on it are Ranger, a 14 in a circle and 22 short, long and long rifle.


It's single shot and you have to cock it each time.
There is no serial number. (!)




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Old November 6, 2005, 02:30 PM   #2
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Ranger, sold by Sears pre J.C. Higgins.
It looks a lot like a Marlin Model 100 except for the shape of the cocking knob. Either it is very old, they made some styling changes for Sears, or it is Something Else.
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