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Boge Quinn

Single-Sixer
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Winchester Chief Crazy Horse commemorative Model 94. I've wanted one of these for a long time, as I think they are beautiful and I love the .38-55. But unless you're Jeff Quinn, deals are hard to come by (Jeff STOLE his!). I bought this one at a fair price from Sidewinder, and I'm tickled with it - some of the purtiest wood I've seen on one!

Thanks, Sidewinder!

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Sugar River

Buckeye
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S Florida
Very pretty Boge! I've admired those for a long time. But I jumped on the Marlin Cowboy in that chambering when they came out. Love it.

Pete
 

SteveRuger

Hunter
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Apr 6, 2004
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Northern, Utah. USA
Great Looking Gun! I was looking @ that one & others last Spring @ the Tulsa gun show. A guy had a whole table of the different Winchester Commemoratives Some are done real well. Thanks for sharing.
 

Chief 101

Hunter
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Idaho
That is mitey pertty. R you gonna shoot it or just look at it. I may haveto do a little Crazy Horse-ing on one of my older '94's.
Chief aka Maxx Load
 

Boge Quinn

Single-Sixer
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Sony CyberShot H5, "The Official Camera of Gunblast.com" - meaning Jeff and I both use the same model. Best macro focus I've ever seen, and a big enough display on the back so that you can see what you're doing.
 

G2

Hunter
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May 8, 2006
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UT/AZ
YES, Very nice wood, and it's good to hear your going to send some lead down the pipe. I do like the front sight insert.

What year did they make it? DOB?
 

Chief 101

Hunter
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Idaho
G2, I found this quote on a collector site.

"1983 CHIEF CRAZY HORSE 38-55 cal. 19999 mfg.
Engraved w/ gold fill color-case hardened receiver, Indian style tack decoration in stock and forearm,
24" round barrel"
 

JOHNNY WACKO

Blackhawk
Joined
Dec 23, 2006
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I have changed my mind , Its is a beautiful work of art. Besides being a nice rifle..Nice tree too !!!

No I'm not A tree HUGGER TOO...
 

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