Remington Arms "Model 241 Speedmaster", an autoloading rimfire rifle, was manufactured from 1935 to 1951 from a John Browning design. 24" barrel. Has a "case harden" trigger & can still see color.
A .22-caliber "take-down" semi-automatic rifle, with 24" barrel and open sights. Blued, with walnut stock. Later production versions known as Model 241A. Approximately 56,000 (perhaps even twice that including all of the models that they made) made between 1935 and 1951 in styles listed. I think they may have made these a for few years beyond what their old records indicate. Just a guess.
This .22LR is a "take down" with a metal button on the side of the receiver that you slip and turn the barrel and the rifle breaks down into two parts of about equal length, making it much more transportable. Very good for long outdoor treks where you'd like to have a rifle but do not want to have to carry it in your hands and have a larger back pack, so can't sling it over your shoulder (pack in the way). Just stick it down in the pack. Or get a smaller case & strap it to the outside. Very convenient.
Pictures, condition & more details coming soon as I get the time.
This rifle is about 90% or so and in very good condiiton for it's age. I've owned it for at least 23 years and have only put maybe a dozen rounds through it, mostly shooting varmits & snakes around the house and/or cabin in Colorado (on vacation). There is some minor corrosion on the left side of the receiver near the release button and a few dings in the wood, but overall, as I said, very good condition. It's not what one would expect from a 70 year old .22 LF.
Cash ONLY & Carry. Must be picked up west of Georgetown (late afternoon) Price firm. No Trades. Lowballs/Screwballs IGNORED!