NTycingProductions: I have one of these as well, it's very accurate rifle, and lots of fun to
shoot. On my barrel is has stamped, "Cooey Model 39m Call .22 S,L,LR MFG
by Winchester in Cobourg Ont Canada"
buddyhenderson: I recently bought one of these off an old guy for $20 New Zealand dollars.
It's in amazing condition and shoots very well. My children love to use it
(ages 5 and 9), and being such a basic and rugged little rifle I would
expect it will last well enough to pass on to their children. Very accurate
too. No problems hitting a small coffee can at 60-70 metres with open
kesilou: Cooey were made by the H. W. Cooey in Cobourg Ontario from 1919 until 1961
or so when they were bought by Winchester. They went out of business in
1979. They also made "Ace" brand .22's and produced numerous entry level
.22's for different brand names such as "Ranger" for T. Eaton Co.
Charlie Vallans: That's beautiful
SteviePee KingofAwesomer: @kesilou thanks for that info
Charlie Vallans: I don't use them anymore yy
max4951: In 1962 I purchased my first rifle, a Winchester model 67A target rifle for
$4.00, It had been purchased new in the mid 1930's as protection and a way
to get dinner by a man with a bread delivery route. It was a Cooey designed
bolt, single shot .22LR, but Cooey name does not appear on the gun so
Winchester must have owned production rights at that time to the Cooey
Patent. Great old gun, usta win turkey shoots with it in the 60's and 70s
and it shoots just as good now when my eyesight works.
eat shat google plus: Very nice rifle - It's more than 7 yrs old, Cooey-Winchester shut their
doors for good in 1979. It is a Cooey-Winchester as it has the plastic
trigger guard. (I think). You can get a history booklet on the Cooey
JUSTANOTHERDAY333333: does the 39 have slots to mount a scope on the receiver? just the dove tail
cornrows1978: ive got one made post 1961, has winchester on it, accurate as hell, not as
pretty as that one tho
Cooey model 39 single shot .22 rimfire review5
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