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Sears, Roebuck & Co. Ted Williams Model 100, $199-$350

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GUN TESTS GRADE: B+
Experienced lever-gun hunters liked the way the rifle's hammer worked. At the range, the Model 100 was up to a half-inch worse than the Model 94, but for hundreds of dollars less. If you want a 30-30 to hunt like Granddad, this was the rifle to buy.

Sears, Roebuck & Co. Ted Williams Model 100, $199-$350

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Recreational
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The pre-64 Model 94 (left) is very different from the Short Rifle (right). Note the pre-64 is void of a thumb safety and the right side of the receiver is not notched for right-side ejection. Thanks to Brooklyn Trading Post for use of the pre-64 Model 94.
Operation of the Sears sight was similar. Celebrity endorsements are not new. When Ted Williams was a household name, Sears signed him on to endorse outdoor products.

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