Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Haley♡, Jul 6, 2022.
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That resulted when someone 'punched' the obverse .
And caused the metal flow to the reverse.
I used a .22 single shot bolt action rifle.
Same here, but pre-teen years, it was the Daisy BB Gun, then the Crosman .22 pellet gun, and then by the time I was in junior high, we were shooting the Savage Arms Stevens Model 15-A Single Shot bolt action .22 that had been in the family for nearly two generations before me. Meaning, my grandpa had it, then my father had it and then when I was in junior high, I had it.
I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure this was the standard .22 that was used in traveling carnivals at the target shooting/prize booths. I know it was the firearm used exclusively by the Boy Scouts at one time (from researching the weapon) and was sold by Sears / Roebuck.
Still have mine. Got a .410 at 9, and a .22 at 12. Still have both 50 years later and shoot both with the grandkids.
I still have my Remington.
Any pix of these to share? I'll post pix of the .22 I was talking about next week. I just got done giving it some seriously long overdue TLC.
I will try and remember to take one when I get back close to them, probably a month from now.
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