A few years ago I bought a little bolt action .22 from my neighbor for my then very young son. It is a Winchester Model 60-22. It is a single shot bolt action that has to have the firing pin cocked manually after the round is chambered. It has an oiled wood stock. There is no serial number on the barrell or action. The front sight was bent when I got it and my brother who is a machinist made a new one with set screws for adjusting the windage. The rear sight is your basic buckhorn style with just elevation adjustments. It is a very small kids rifle but very accurate. I was plinking walnuts off the ground at 30 yards today. Does anybody know about how old this little plinker might be? My neighbor said it was pretty old. It is in excellent shape and I gave him 50.00 for it.