.222 Rem. Steyr Mannlicher Model SL Bolt Action Rifle owned by Warren Page.
    Serial no. 1836. .222 Remington. 23-inch spiral finished blued barrel with ramped spear front sight and protector. Fixed rear sight on a raised base. Curved flat bolt handle. Side safety. Bolt mounted cocking indicator. Black plastic triggerguard and detachable magazine. Double set triggers. Fine basket weave checkered pistolgrip stock of dark straight grain walnut. Hard plastic buttplate and grip cap. Sling swivels. Scope rings on individual mounts. Provenance
    The rifle is featured and photographed in the Field & Stream
    February, 1970 issue.
    Condition: Excellent, showing very limited use. Barrel and action show 99% bluing. Triggers show some staining. Excellent bright bore. Stock shows a couple of marks and a small imperfection in the finish.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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