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Winchester Firearms

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In 1866 Oliver Winchester bought control of New Haven Arms Company and changed the name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Model 1866, called the Yellow Boy lever action, was the first gun to bear the Winchester name, and was known as "the gun that won the west." The company is still producing quality firearms today.
Condition being #1 then age. No Set price in stone.
It can range from $300 to $750 depending on the condition of thegun.
Some can be $450 and some can be $1500 it is probably best to lookon trusted gun websites before buying (Ive heard about this onecalled gun broker is pretty trusty but you might want to check on)your opinions if it trust worthy.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model70 bolt action rifle was made in the year 1976.
It should come apart like any other bolt action rifle pull up andback
depends on the condition 200-750
a ground troop used that gun at a base.
1928, Check the date code on the left side of the barrel. The details and chart can be found on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link.
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1932, you can check the date code stamps up on the Remington Society of America, manufactured date link for details and the chart with the month/year.
The prices for a Winchester model 141 will vary depending oncondition. The prices for one in good condition start at anestimated $299.
There were only 45,000 of these made. That has contributed to thevalue increasing in the past 5 years. They list for 3 to $400 inpretty average condition.
In production since 1894
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Is was made in 1919, that is the patent date. I suspect I have the patent posted in the patent section of the Gallery on the Remington Society of America if you want to see it...
The Winchester M-1200 was made/introduced in 1964. Production ofthis shotgun stopped in 1981
Answer . Mine is stamped on the barrel as first being patented Nov 28 1905, last date of Nov 20 1917. I'm trying desperatly to find a clip for it, but there is no Model # anywhere. Brownells has not even been able to help. My e-mail is tfl4981@blackfoot.net if anyone can help. Thanks
This site should help. http://www.savage99.com/winchester1892_dates.htm This question actually asks for the original 1892 selling price of the model 92. I can come close. Here are the selling prices from the 1894-95 Montgomery Ward catalog No. 56: Round barrel, 24 inch rifles in 32, 38 and 44...
Might add 5-10 percent for the right collector
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
Answer . Production of the Model 63 ended in 1959.
It is hard to value the gun without seeing pictures or the gun. Internet auction sites will have them starting at $300 to "BUY NOW" for $1200. You don't see many in gun shops. There are many variables such as if the stock has been shortened or is there a Polly-Choke on the end of the barrel. Both of...
No sn's required before 1968.
There are many places where you can find Winchester window decals.You can find these decals on many online stores.
About $50 to $100. Also known as the RG63. Made by Röhm in Germany, pre-1968. I've seen in .38 caliber and need a cylinder for one in .32.
While these are good guns they are not rare or terribly valuable. Figure on roughly $500 and you'll be in the ballpark.
No sn data that I know of
Because you could fire it in repetition without having to reload it after each shot, the way you had to with muzzleloaders.
It is a shotgun shell.
Levers are grouped by where the fulcrum, load, and effect force are found.
The value of a model 1876 Winchester rifle caliber 4560 would bedependent upon a number of factors. The most important of thesefactors would be the condition of the rifle.
it's usaully at the bottom of the website page , where it has a © and then a year.
Answers . There is no single resource for all firearms. The Blue Book of Gun Values can be used as a pricing guide. . From my brief search for an answer to this same question, it looks like Fjestad's Blue Book of Gun Values is authoritative. I don't see it published online, but looks like it is...
Impossible to answer without specifics, condition, accessories, etc..
Yes, the Model 94 has serial numbers.
Answer . \nAccording to OldGuns.net, the year of manufacture for serial number 2336019 is 1958. Not sure about the value.
Astra is a Spanish company which made a Model 1916 pistol, although they may not have been the only ones.
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
Answer . Not sure if this is the same person that I answered before, but I have 3 of these rifles, I bought the last 2 for 65 and 75 dollars ( both work excellent). I'm no pro, but I see them quite a bit and they don't seem to be worth much. Sweet guns in my opinion tho.
Answer . \nLike new Century 39's are going in the $400-$500 range, if they are unfired, and have the original box and papers. If your gun is fired, and has no box, it will probably get about $350.
To date the Model 11 Shotguns, look on the left side of the barrel nearest the receiver. there will be 2 or 3 letters there, the 1st letter is the month, and the next 1 or 2 is the year. Copy and paste this link and you will find the Remington Dating codes. http://www.wisnersinc.com/additional_info...
Answer . \nDepends on the model and condition. Certain grades in new condition can fetch upwards of $1000 but a typical field grade gun in average condition has a value of approx. $250 - $400.
How much does a used Winchester model 1300 excellent condition with pistol grips and a side saddle go for?
1929. It will be date code stamped for the month/year on the barrel. The details and table look up are on the Remington Society of America, click the manufactured date link.
Answer . \nAccording to OldGuns.net, the year of manufacture for serial number 2416842 is 1960. Not sure about value.
No way to answer without a detailed description of all markings, features, accessories, box, papers, etc.. Check on line auctions or gun shows/shops for one closest to what you have.
Check the receiver, barrel
\n. \n. I have one for sale if your interested. I bougut it at a gun show last summer. It is in good condition. I have fire the gun and like the feel of it. I have kept it clean and oiled. Will sell for $200.00 and I will ship. \n. Thanks \n. DH \n. professor22@cox.net
Check the date code on the barrel. See the Remington Society of America for details on the Manufactured date link.
Answer . I can't find any reference showing that Winchester made any M1917's for anyone besides the US government. However, it would be a good action to use if you wanted to build a custom hunting rifle.
Answer Winchester 61 hints . A model 61 Winchester is a collectable rifle that would be no problem selling. An octagon barrel is a plus on the value side. If it is a single caliber, meaning .22 long only, or .22 short only, also a plus. Condition is everything as far as value. Could be any where...
Yes, by all means you can. Just be careful because some manufacturers use corrosive primers. Just be sure to clean and oil your gun each time and you'll be fine.
The serial Number is on the bottom of the rifle in front of the trigger assembly.. I believe they will start with"B" and have 6 or 7 digits following it..
The Norinco SKS rifles haven't attained the value that other makes of SKS (Russian, Romanian, Albanian, etc.) have for a number of reasons. They were manufactured and exported en masse, and, in spite of the ban on further imports of Chinese firearms imposed by the Clinton administration, they're...
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