Not much. They were alloy receivers, and generally box wood type stocks, and were not known much of any of the quality of a Winchester of now decades past. If I had lets say a 94 22, or an older Marlin 39 A, or a Browning BL 22, I would not trade any of the three, for a dozen of the 150.
I may be a little hard on them, but I do not think so. I am sure there will be several that think they are the best gun that ever came around. My experience has not been all that good with them, other than I used to repair them quite a bit, and thus made some money.