This week's Blast from the Past is a 1906 Winchester .22 rimfire pump. It's a similar to the Model 90 designed by John Browning that ran a couple of weeks ago, with the addition of a more-modern round barrel and a flattened buttplate. It was a hugely successful rifle, with 700,000-some made from 1906 to 1932. What makes this one special is its owner, but that's a story for its caretaker, Jason, to tell. I will only add that, in this case, it's appropriate to paraphrase the Rifleman's Creed: "This is Uncle Jim's Model 1906. There are 729,000 like it, but this one was Jim's."