FS/T (sold) Winchester Model 61 pump rifle 22LR

PNWet

Member
Great old classic Winchester pump (gallery gun fun and cheap to shoot). Shoots 22 short, long, and long rifle shells. All original and still has rifling inside the barrel (was privately owned). No mechanical issues and cycles everything I’ve ever shot very accurately. Typical minor bluing /wood stocks wear and such for a gun from 1957-1958. I bought this from The Gun Room in Portland years ago (no regrets) to educate my kids on the wonderful world of shooting target and gun safety. Those years are gone and this old mighty Winchester is ready to make new memories with another family. Fantastic plinker and varmint shooter. I’ve looked up the values on these model 61 Takedown Winchester rifles in 22LR and they’re between $800-$1,200 for this type of used condition (I’ll put it at an even $1,000 for sale price). I’ll cover the FFL transfer if purchased/traded in Camas, WA (Safefire Indoor shooting Range & FFL). I can also ship this to your FFL directly on your dime (I’m only willing to ship to a verifiable FFL). Please private message me direct with offers. I would also do part trades with cash (to balance the deal). Thank you.

Trades:

I’m interested in these reels:
1) Galvan Rush Light 4 or 5
2) ROSS Gunnison, Cimarron II, Animas, or San Miguel

Maybe something from Abel, Tibor, or other quality made in USA reel company. I tend to favor the more classic type reel over the super techno looking types. I’m only interested in reels in the 4wt - 5wt range. Bonus if it has backing and new 4 or 5 wt float fly line (and extra spools).

I might also be interested in 4wt - 5wt rods from Thomas & Thomas (nothing over 9’).

I’m located in the Vancouver, WA area.
 

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Chris54

Active Member
These are the best. Models 90s as well. Being able to shoot 22 shorts is pretty sweet. Good luck with your sell.
 

Richard E

Active Member
Great old classic Winchester pump (gallery gun fun and cheap to shoot). Shoots 22 short, long, and long rifle shells. All original and still has rifling inside the barrel (was privately owned). No mechanical issues and cycles everything I’ve ever shot very accurately. Typical minor bluing /wood stocks wear and such for a gun from 1957-1958. I bought this from The Gun Room in Portland years ago (no regrets) to educate my kids on the wonderful world of shooting target and gun safety. Those years are gone and this old mighty Winchester is ready to make new memories with another family. Fantastic plinker and varmint shooter. I’ve looked up the values on these model 61 Takedown Winchester rifles in 22LR and they’re between $800-$1,200 for this type of used condition (I’ll put it at an even $1,000 for sale price). I’ll cover the FFL transfer if purchased/traded in Camas, WA (Safefire Indoor shooting Range & FFL). I can also ship this to your FFL directly on your dime (I’m only willing to ship to a verifiable FFL). Please private message me direct with offers. I would also do part trades with cash (to balance the deal). Thank you.

Trades:

I’m interested in these reels:
1) Galvan Rush Light 4 or 5
2) ROSS Gunnison, Cimarron II, Animas, or San Miguel

Maybe something from Abel, Tibor, or other quality made in USA reel company. I tend to favor the more classic type reel over the super techno looking types. I’m only interested in reels in the 4wt - 5wt range. Bonus if it has backing and new 4 or 5 wt float fly line (and extra spools).

I might also be interested in 4wt - 5wt rods from Thomas & Thomas (nothing over 9’).

I’m located in the Vancouver, WA area.

Man, do I rue selling mine for $135 to fund my prom...that was the worst date EVER.
 

PNWet

Member
Yes, I once sold off a great old Jeep CJ-7 for peanuts. Back then, a CJ-7 Jeep wasn’t worth a whole lot at all (now the prices are crazy). I was young and broke, but needed the cash to buy an engagement ring... and couldn’t be bothered to wait and save. Well, I can’t exactly say it was a total mistake... 31years later and I’m still married to that girl I had given that ring to. :D
 

Richard E

Active Member
Yes, I once sold off a great old Jeep CJ-7 for peanuts. Back then, a CJ-7 Jeep wasn’t worth a whole lot at all (now the prices are crazy). I was young and broke, but needed the cash to buy an engagement ring... and couldn’t be bothered to wait and save. Well, I can’t exactly say it was a total mistake... 31years later and I’m still married to that girl I had given that ring to. :D

Good for you! Worthwhile investment, obviously! You still have the ring AND the wife!
 

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