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Written on: 15/08/2010
I traded some old truck parts for this little 190 and was Impressed with it, after cleaning the rifle using iron sights @ 20 yrds. was hitting bottle caps, and rapid firing was a breeze, no jams or mis-fires. Im glad I made this trade… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/02/2010 by GunFirer (1 review written)
Bought my Winchester 190 in 1969 for under $60--always kept in a case and carried gently, it still looks like new and functions flawlessly. Accuracy with iron sights is excellent [bullets in nearly the same hole] at reasonable ranges-50 to 100 feet. Worried it's no longer made, I bought another one used in 2002 for $125 with scope that was pretty beat up--placed side by side, it almost looks like another gun because the stock finish and bluing are so worn. Nonetheless, it also functions… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2009
The Winchester 190 is a good little gun. Found mine covered in 20+ years of rust and grime. Cleaned it up and re-blued it, now it shoots just fine. Not bad for not having been shot or oiled in roughly 20 years! Pull the trigger as fast as you want and it keeps going bang. Can't say that about many rifles. Only bad points are cheap wood and plastic bolt handle… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2008
I have had my Winchester 190 for more than 30 years. I hadn't shot it for more than 10 years until this past weekend (July 08).
I was amazed at the accuracy with an open sight. It holds 16 LR rounds and I was able to group all 16 within a 3 inch cluster at 100 feet in rapid fire succession (16 rounds under 15 seconds)… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2008
I've had mine for over 30 years and it still works very well and is very accurate, and that's after firing many thousands of rounds. Great gun! Reliable and accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2008
If you find it used or it sister the Sears Ted Williams T-3 buy it… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/02/2008
needed to pin scope to gun to stop it creeping, my gun never misses a beat, very easy to remove trigger mech to clean, outshoots my Ruger 10/22 anyday… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2007 by Marine (1 review written)
I've had my Winchester 190 for about 20 years, it will digest shorts as well as LR ammunition. It is reasonably accurate for a cheap autoloader.
As with any firearm things eventually break. Mine dropped the pin which holds the end cap locking the spring in the magazine follower in place. The result was it catapulted the end cap about 20 yards out into the weeds. Found that part and made a new pin, put it back together. About 5 years later it did it again(my homemade part lasted a year longer… Read Full Review