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Old 01-23-2010, 11:30 AM
varmit9 varmit9 is offline
 
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Default info on cooey .22 model 39, win model 1890

looking for info on what they are worth and where to find some parts.
the first rifle is i cooey .22 model 39 is in good condition bolt and firing pin still work have not fired it yet stock is in good shape a couple scratches but nothing serious, barrell has some rust specs blueing looks good bore looks very good.






the second rifle is a winchester model 1890 .22 pump action version 3 made in 1913. it is missing the feed tube rod and spring, looks to be in fair to good condition

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any help would be appreciated
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Old 01-23-2010, 04:55 PM
PJT PJT is offline
 
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Not sure about the pump but the Coey is a $50.00 gun, best to keep it and enjoy using it
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:27 PM
rifleman22 rifleman22 is offline
 
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do you still have the winchester model 1890? and cooey im actually looking for a cooey single shot for my daughter but the 1890 looks to be a nice piece let me know if you want to sell Gregmyrick@hotmail.com
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:49 PM
Big Red 250 Big Red 250 is offline
 
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Cooey model 39 is the first rifle I owned. Got it for my 12th birthday. Shot alot of chickens, rabbits and a mirad of other critters. Times were alot different in them days, that was 50 years ago, We lived 10 miles from town, so I did alot of shooting. Whiz Bang shorts were .50 cents a box at Farmers Supply (Co-op).
I see them on CGN fairly often for around $125.
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:35 PM
model8er model8er is offline
 
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I have both of these guns, you might get some decent cash for the 1890 but the cooey is just a fun gun to teach the kids with. The 1890 is just too cool to sell, clean it up and use it.
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