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    Sidewinder
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    Nice find. There's something about a 32WS that makes me want to dig out my red and black plaid jacket and go still hunt in the firs!
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    I always wear my lucky shirt deer hunting. A woolrich I got back in 1966. It started getting "thin" several years ago. The weave of the wool starts to open up. My wife bought some of that material that yuppies have on the elbows of there sport coats and would put patches over worn spots. Then my daughter began recording deer and dates on the patches with a Sharpie. Won't give up on a quality garment even if a little thread bare. Take my shirt would be like taking Supermans cape. I had a hunting buddy who had requested he be put to rest with his woolrich. He didn't want to go through eternity with a suit. Family did his bidding and he left us in his woolrich shirt. I think I will request a T shirt, were Im headed you may be over dressed in a wool shirt.
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    Very nice catch on a "Special" rifle. Many of us love these old Winchesters and mine is just a few years newer than yours and in about the same condition. Congratulations of a great find and the good judgement to acquire it.

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    Congrats! I had a nice old 94 .32WS in my hands at a shop once, priced at $400 IIRC. But, I passed on it, I think I was in my milsurp phase and I'd never heard of .32WS before, had no idea what it was. I regret walking away from that one, it had a lovely gnarly patina to it.
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    beauty, great shape and caliber. thanks for the pics.
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    I am thinking of buying one of these in 32 WS, just because I don’t have a Winchester. Got a Savage 99 and a Marlin 1894. Going for a 1940s model.


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    Congrats!! I am working towards a 94 in 32WS as well. Got my eye on a nice one.... 1942. Just need to sell my JM Marlin 1894 Cowboy Limited first to finance it.


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