This Nylon 66, among the oldest of the Model, has Date Code B F 30, and was never serialized. It was among the first year’s, 1959’s, production of this highly popular rifle. Receiver has no more than 20 percent original blue, with a spotty gray patina. The barrel’s surface grades a bit better, perhaps, and the front sight blade still has strong residue of its original purplish tint. The stock is better, and grades perhaps as much as 80 percent. There are 3 initials lightly and inconspicuously scribed into the forward right side of the forend area. The stock has no cracks or splits. None of the screws show any conspicuous stress. Even though This old Nylon is well used, it still functions flawlessly, including the rear sight windage and elevation. Bore and mechanism are excellent. This rifle came from its original owner, now in his late fifties, from Hardin County, Tennessee, doubtless sold by one of the now-deceased Grand Old Men among gun traders in Tennessee, Mr. Joe B. Pitts of Harbour-Pitts General Store in Clifton, Tennessee.
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