Troubleshooting Winchester Model

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MODEL 63 FEATURES

Sights are made to handle rough conditions. Front and rear sights are drift adjustable for windage. The rear sight also features an elevator system for quick elevation changes.

Operating the action is fast and convenient with the unique operating sleeve design. Push in on the end of the sleeve to work the action. Depressing then turning the operating sleeve tip locks the action open.

The receiver top is machined to accept a groove-type scope mount. Even though it is a takedown design, the special way that the bar-rel and receiver top stay together locks in precision and assures accuracy no matter how many times you take down your rifle.

The quick take-down feature allows you to easily disassemble your Model 63 into two halves. Loosening a knob on the rear of the receiver is all it takes. The takedown feature also makes it easy to clean and oil your rifle.

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The buttstock loading system is convenient and easy for any hands, young or old. Loading the magazine is performed with the rifle comfortably cradled in your arm. (opposite side)

All-steel receiver and steel components. Every component of every mechanism is of durable metal — just like the originals.

Convenient cross bolt safety design.

The styling of the Model 63 is uncommonly balanced. And its good looks are matched by equally balanced handling and natural shouldering.

All Model 63 Classic Traditions feature beautifully finished walnut stocks and cut checkering.

Semiautomatic blow-back action design. The Model 63 is based on the Model 1903, which was the first semiauto made by Winchester. The basic design proved so reliable that it lead to the development of a full line of Winchester rimfire and centerfire semiautos.

All-steel receiver and steel components. Every component of every mechanism is of durable metal — just like the originals.

Convenient cross bolt safety design.

The styling of the Model 63 is uncommonly balanced. And its good looks are matched by equally balanced handling and natural shouldering.

The buttstock loading system is convenient and easy for any hands, young or old. Loading the magazine is performed with the rifle comfortably cradled in your arm. (opposite side)

All Model 63 Classic Traditions feature beautifully finished walnut stocks and cut checkering.

The magazine tube is mounted in the buttstock. A twist on the knob and it partially removes for loading or fully removes for easy unloading.

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