Olympic (commonly called "G-O")
New gun design for competitive shooting in .22 Short caliber. 4.5 or 6.75" barrels. Sold with barrel or as combination with both barrels. Grooved front and backstraps on frame. Adjustable sights. Blued, with checkered thumbrest walnut grips. Introduced 1949; discontinued 1950; approximately 1,200 produced. Model uses a special curved magazine. Few guns will utilize a straight-back magazine. Majority of these Olympics use curved magazine, with a humped back. NOTE: Add $375 premium for factory combination; $300 for straight magazine variation; 15 percent premium for box with papers.