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    Another good one that certainly suffered less from time/circumstances issues than the last. Thanks!
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    For anyone interested, here's a taste of the current reworking of TM 9-1270:

    TM 9-1270 U.S. Rifles, Cal. .30, M1903-03A3-04_interim.pdf

    Final resolution for the normalized page size came out to be 1620x2600 and seems to be an OK choice for the final filesize/page resolution when completed.

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    Got anything on the Winchester model 92?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Womack View Post
    Got anything on the Winchester model 92?
    Hi Bob, if you mean the Winchester 1892, I dug through my stuff and I have the stuff below. Most of the information I collect is for firearms I have or intend to buy. Winchester's never really been on my list of wants. BUT, I'm always buying old out of print material and will keep an eye out for you.

    Here is what I have found in my stuff so far:

    Winchester Rifle 1892 Patent

    Winchester 1892 By James Triggs

    Winchester 1892 Parts List
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    Thanks a bunch. Here's my father's 1892:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Womack View Post
    Thanks a bunch. Here's my father's 1892:
    Bob, that is a beautiful rifle what is it chambered in? I was just looking at the Henry Color Case Hardened Side loader in 44 Mag. But I would much rather have this but that's pretty much in my dreams, one of the reasons I don't collect Winchesters is that they are way overpriced because of the Winchester Name.

    I will keep an eye out for any 1892 documentation.
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    Bob, found a Model 1892 Lever-Action Rifle Disassembly guide. not sure if you want it. What year is your Dads 92?

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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Bob, that is a beautiful rifle what is it chambered in? I was just looking at the Henry Color Case Hardened Side loader in 44 Mag. But I would much rather have this but that's pretty much in my dreams, one of the reasons I don't collect Winchesters is that they are way overpriced because of the Winchester Name.

    I will keep an eye out for any 1892 documentation.
    Thank you for your kind words. That rifle is chambered in the sort of rare Winchester 38-40 round. If you don't reload for yourself you have to buy them from Cowboy Action outfitters. If you know your '92s, you know that John Browning designed the rifle as a scaled-down version of his 1886 rifle to take pistol-caliber rounds. The idea was that you would be able to carry one type ammo for both pistol and rifle.



    Before I inherited my dad's rifle I had always wanted it because it hung over the fireplace in my bedroom while I grew up I. Because the odds were three to one (I have two brothers) I did a bunch of research into buying either a used model '92 or a modern replica. If you don't demand perfection, the originals can be had pretty cheaply, not too far from the cost of the modern replica. The best replica I've seen is the TAYLOR'S MODEL 92. The price isn't terrible and the modern rifles are usually chambered in less expensive modern calibers like .357.

    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Bob, found a Model 1892 Lever-Action Rifle Disassembly guide. not sure if you want it. What year is your Dads 92?
    I'd be interested, thank you! This rifle was built in about 1903. It isn't worth a whole lot but means the world to me. More on my website, HERE.

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