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    Article: H. W. Cooey Machine & Arms Company: The Forefather of the Modern Savage Rimfire Rifle

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    I have a cooey ACE1 .22 rifle (1929-1934) that was found in a old house and given to me, it's been in my possession the last 40 yrs and will hand down to one of my grand kids.

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    Great read Jim, thanks for posting it.

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    My first gun was a Cooey 75... growing up on a dairy farm here in Southern Ontario, not far from the Cooey factory in Cobourg, (which was by then, Winchester owned).

    Every farm had one or more Cooey rimfires, plinking off groundhogs each Sunday, nobody complained despite the Sunday ordinances. Saturday nights in the fall, raccoon hunting with a flashlight taped to the stock.

    The Cooeys were accurate, dependable, cheap and reliable. Great memories

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