Winchester model 88 manual pdf
Cornell Publications LLC | Old Gun Manuals - featuring Walther; Winchester; Wesson; WindicatorIt had no external hammer, no side-loading tubular magazine limited to flat-nosed rounds, and no rear breech lock-up. Like most new firearms, the 88 went through a number of modifications after it had been exposed afield to a variety of conditions in a variety of hands. Its recoil lug, originally three-humped in shape, was rounded off to eliminate stock splitting. Its magazine follower was changed to stop double-feeding. Its safety plunger and spring were reworked to prevent binding and overlocking. Other modifications included a stronger firing-pin alloy, refined chambering techniques to make opening the action easier, a redesigned ejector, and reduction of trigger creep by almost 50 percent. In its first year, the 88 was offered exclusively in.
Winchester Model 88 chambered in 308 with 1.5x Weaver scope
Working the Winchester 88
Introduced in for the then new. In fact, its combination of modern features has never been equaled by any other lever action rifle except the more or less contemporary Sako Finnwolf, introduced about 10 years after the Model Within a year the. To my eye the Model 88 was one of the most aesthetically pleasing rifles ever produced. Visually, it resembled a lever action bred to a bolt action.
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