Years pass and a fella loses track sometimes. Figuring it was time to sort through some magazines that were saved over the years, most long forgotten. Turns out I have a wealth of old print, mostly in good condition, published in the '63-'65 time frame. Sports Afield, Outdoor Life, Guns and Ammo etc.
I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw this one.
This piece is not the one I own, but the external similarities in the stock and receiver are striking. No article within, but a short description of the cover photo:
"German Zimmerstutzen, probably converted from 8.15x46R target rifle, uses a tiny indoor plinking blank. Case loads into a swing-out chamber near the muzzle, utilizing only 7-7/8" of rifled barrel. Lead balls weigh 8-1/2 grains, are size of No.2 shot. Lever cocks internal hammer, firing pin runs through barrel to loading mechanism. Photograph by Wm. Schumaker, Colville, Washington. Gun is owned by Vern Workman, also of Colville.