What Happened to the Gun Catalog in the 1950 to 1990?

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What happened to the gun catalog in the 1950 to 1990? I have been looking for some PDF online, but there are no semi-automatic rifles in them.

Hmmm. I might be misremembering, but I seem to recall some mid-1950s Stoeger catalogs still advertising Winchester M1907 semiauto rifles. There may have been some other semiauto rifles at that time. By the 1960s on, both .22 rimfire semiautos hit the market as well as a few “high power" semiautos. By at least 1958 or 1959 the “surplus" influx began, promising cheaper semiautos (and a variety of other actions), but these were advertised in periodicals more than in “annuals.”

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These were advertised in .22 Rimfire, High Power and Sniper magazines, and were advertised by the top sellers from at least 1958 until the end of production by the early 1980s. For example, the Ruler 10/22 .22 Remington action was advertised in World magazine starting with the July 1964 issue, just as most of the surplus” inventory was being shipped from the factory to the magazines. This magazine was sold directly from gun stores and was sold only as an additional feature of Ruler's “Ruler 10/22” revolvers. Ruler also sold the “Ruler 10/22” rifle as a complete rifle at various times. (I'm pretty sure that was just as common since I had one shipped to me.) There was a magazine with a picture of a Ruler 10/22 being loaded at the time. There was also a very rare .22 Rimfire Action .22 LR, manufactured by the Remington Rand Arms Company, which was.

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