WWII Canadian Training Rifle.........
Article about: The Cooey .22 line-up at my place. The rifle second from the bottom was my fathers from when he was a kid. It was made for the 'T. Eaton Co.' by Cooey in the late 1920's or early 30's, and i
The Cooey .22 line-up at my place. The rifle second from
the bottom was my fathers from when he was a kid.
It was made for the 'T. Eaton Co.' by Cooey in the
late 1920's or early 30's, and is branded
"Eatonia" on the reciever.
I learned to shoot with it myself at age 11 or 12, and
even though it was run over by a Ski-doo and the
cracked stock repaired, it still shoots with
amazing accuracy for such a simple
Yes, I have a fondness for these.........
Pictured below, top to bottom:
WWII Model 82
Nice one. Would that be Raymond Saskatchewan.........?
Currently, the 110 air cadet squadron is located Scarborough Ontario. I am not sure off hand when the squadron reformed. At times some of the air cadet squadron numbers have been re-used but generally only in cities where they were originally formed. I would imagine that the original 110 Squadron was also located in Scarborough. I can TRY seeing if it is mentioned in my AIR CADET magazines, but I am lacking in the 1941-1942 issues.
NOTE: I cant seem to see any of messages that I have posted here, though you seem to be able to see them?
I believe the first couple of posts are moderated.
Can you see them now ?
Nice to see your rifle has the peep sight.........
That appears to be the case. Though I have been on this forum for a while I have not made any posts as I did not have anything of merit to add, until recently.
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