You are considering a vintage Norinco Interarms Model 22 A.T.D. Rifle. Made from 1987 through 1999, the semi-automatic 22 ATD borrows its design from the Browning Model SA-22 and Remington Model 24 and 241. It is chambered in .22 Long Rifle and features a tubular magazine that installs through the buttstock. This rifle has a dovetail front brass bead sight and adjustable “U” notch rear sight. Overall, the condition is Very Good but has a couple of minor issues. The metalwork features scroll engraving on the receiver sides and is above 90%; it shows minor wear and scattered oxidation freckling near the trigger guard. The metal buttplate has about an inch-long patch of corrosion and rust, which has been arrested. The woodwork has a glossy finish and features checkering on the wrist and forearm; it is above 80%, and at arms length looks excellent; after closure inspection, it shows a few impression marks, draglines, and two hairline fractures on the bottom and right side of the wrist. The takedown lever will require a little attention, and it does not fully click forward, thus not allowing for the full takedown between the two halves. The bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling and no visible corrosion.
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