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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 2963

Question:

I have a No. 47 C.J. Hamilton 22caliber rifle. I inherited it from my father and will give it to my son. Could you tell me anything about it. It is in great condition But I think it has been reblued. Thanks very much, Donald Gillis

Answer:

The Hamilton Model 47 is a bolt-action single shot rifle with tye loading port located on the top of the barrel. It was chambered for the 22 short and long cartridges. The cocking knob is located at the rear of the bolt handle. These were produced from 1927 to 1932. It retails at $300 in good condition.

Submitted By: Gillis Donald On: 11/27/2002 7:37:32 PM

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