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Old September 11, 2008, 02:32 PM   #3
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GREAT find!

or it could possibly be 32/20?

the .32 Winchester Special that Jim Keenan's referring to looks exactly like a 30/30, and has identical ballistics

IIRC, the 30/30 and .32 Special were available in 1894

I personlly think the rifle in question's a 32/20
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