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Winchester 1907 351 WSL

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The Winchester was a popular lawman’s gun that many of us still find interesting. The Winchester’s period look is a hook for some collectors. Although the Winchester originally cost us less than the Remington, in the end the ammunition situation made the Winchester more expensive.

Winchester 1907 351 WSL

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Bob Campbell prefers the lines of the Winchester Model 1907 over the Remington. A lot of other people liked it, too, since it was manufactured from 1907 to 1957.
Triple K Manufacturing offers both 5- and 10-round magazines for this rifle. Triple K’s 10-rounder here is attractive and reliable. It required minor adjustments to work. The rifle differs from the Remington Model 8 in that the Winchester is a straight blowback. The bolt recoils off of a fixed barrel, while the bolt, bolt carrier and barrel of the Model 8 recoil together.
The ’07’s cocking rod has a knurled knob.
Once a detachable magazine is locked in place, the shooter presses the knob to the rear, cocking the bolt. While it seems complicated, the rifle is simple to operate.

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