The Model 1892, standardized and modernized.
In order to keep the Model 1892 rifle action on the market, Winchester elected in 1924 to discontinue all of the items in that line and continue manufacturing the rifle in only one standard style, barrel type and length, in solid frame and takedown style. (This change did not affect the Model 1892 carbine, which was manufactured until 1941.)
The Model 53 was introduced in the 1924 catalog with its 22" round barrel, shotgun-style buttstock with a checkered steel buttplate, and a change in sight equipment. This rifle was not a big seller, and was again revamped and marketed as the Model 65.
PGW carries the black plastic reproduced buttplate for this model, as well as stocks for the Model 65. Please see the Model 65 page for item selection.