Winchester Firearms

Parent Category: Firearms
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.
50 USD and up depending on specfics
What year and what is the value of your savage model 28 12 guage full serial # 19495?
Actually, Sears had their own store brand "Ted Williams", none of which I can find a Model 60 cross to. They did a lot of business with Marlin on their 80 series 22's and on Marlin 336's. J.C. Penney, Montgomery Ward used Model 60's with a store brand, and Glenfield 60's were found in many discount...
50 USD and up depending on specifics
Answer . You need to give a whole lot more information. At the very least, is there a manufacturer's name or a trade name or model number marked and what type of action does it have (single shot, bolt action, double barrel, etc). Value will also depend on it's condition. Is it worn, broken and...
If it is a carbine, 20" barrel, the book says 6 in the magazine. I just tried mine and I can get 7 in the magazine but I did experience a problem with the loading gate so maybe we should use the factory number of 6. A rifle, 26" barrel, the book says 8 in the magazine. There are, of course,...
Impossible to answer without knowing the model
The 141 was made from 1935 to 1950 so they have barrel codes stamped which indicate the month/year. You can look up the details on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link.
This is a job best left to a trained machinist/gunsmith.
They were made from 1911 to 1925. Appr. 83,000 were sold according to "The Standard Catalog of Firearms".
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Rifle was manufactured in 1948 and is worth $975 in 95% condition or $850 in 90% condition. This rifle would have no plus features like a 20" barrel or grooved receiver, due to date of manufacture. This information is per the "30th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values"(2010).
Series numbers were not found probably due to a very recent manufacture date. (less than 20 years) and there were other problems Ranger appears to be a STYLE not a MODEL. models all have a number associated with them and there are a number of models with a ranger style. and while " 7mm rem mag "...
Answer . Depends on the condition of course, but assuming fully functional and having about 50-60% of the original finish, the Blue Book suggests a retail value of $200-250 and if absolutely like new, it lists for $650.
You forgot to include the "Serial Number" which would be required to answer your question.
Please clarify...is your Winchester a rifle or carbineand are you referring to the serial number as being 32 or the caliber as .32 WCF???? Full descriptions to the firearms condition and style are a mininum to offer a value. If you can send detailed photo's I can help; martinphoto1@verizon.net ...
All Remington starting in 1921 are date stamped with a letter code on the barrel (month/year) you can find the details and table on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link.
All Remington starting in 1921 are date stamped with a letter code on the barrel (month/year) you can find the details and table on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link. Value is best determined by looking at like sales on Gunbroker.com.
You could ask gunsmiths, you could check the gun shows, you could try e-gunparts.
serial no 1074758.If this is the serial number to the rifle in question?Your Winchester model 1894 rifle was produced in the year 1930.
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Answer . if you find out I also have one of the thousand made,the only value I have received is $400 cnd.I thought I found some thing great,who knows. It is for sale,and I am open to offers.. The Legendary Frontiersman . (Commemorative, not Centennial) 19,999 were manufactured in 1979 and it is...
If the barrel has "IMP. CYL." stamped on the barrel near the breech, then the barrel was originally 26" or 28" long, and has been cut If only "CYL." is stamped on the barrel, then it is a riot model and the barrel should be 20" long. I have seen Model 25 Winchester riot guns in the same serial...
Anywhere from $20 to $2000. Depends on the revolver, its make, model, and condition. An RG brand revolver might be worth $20, a high end Colt or S&W target revolver from the custom shop will be worth a lot more. If you can post here again with some information on your revolver, we can try to give...
50-1000 USD depending on specifics
The receiver was made in 1979 but may NOT have been assembled as a shotgun during that time frame. It could have been assembled in 1980. Value, as always, would depend on the current condition of the shotgun. Best bet would be to take it to a local gunshow (in an appropriate case) and see what the...
Answer . \nAccording to some of the firearm history web sites, the Winchester Model 60 was an unnumbered .22 manufactured from 1932 to the early 40's. It was discontinued at the outset of WWII. Some of the autions price it between $150 - $225, depending on condition. I recommend www...
In 2001 Winchester imported rifles made in Spain and sold through Daisy air gun. From 1969 to 75 the rifles were imported from Meyers & Grammelspacher (M&G) Germany.
I'm assuming that you are referring to the Remington Model Eleven? (11) shotgun? That anchor stamp is most likely that of an inspector who was issued that stamp symbol and stamped the barrel after it was "proofed", which means that it survived a higher pressure load than what would normally be used...
I just saw where one in Mint condition Never fired!! sold for 405.00 there was one on a hunting forum that was for sale for 400. in 90-95 % condition. so my guess is 2 - 300.00 up depending on condition...
The best way to find that out is to include the serial number in your question. The Model 90 was made from 1890 through 1940, maybe a year or two later.. DC
Please state the condition of the rifle so an estimate of value can be given.
There's atleast 15 variations of the double derringer. Some are true serial no's and others are batch numbers. You first have to clearly list the writing and it's location to even have a start on which type and model you have to get it into the correct period. If however if this is one of the last...
Please repost with the MAKE and model number, and we may be able to offer an idea of value.
Answer . \nAccording to OldGuns.net, the year of manufacture for serial number 2580194 is 1963. Of course, value is determined by a number of factors in addition to age, e.g., condition, documentation, etc.\n. \nYou should check out the NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms. You...
Answer . In 60% condition, it books at $150. In 100%, $300.
Answer . \nI can get them from 150.00 to 250.00
1927, see your other question about details ;)
The serial number is located on the bottom forward edge of the receiver frame (forward of the lever).
Is there a letter in front of the serial number if so the letter would be the answer to your question . For more info call Marlin at (800)544-8892. They would be happy to give you the answers you are looking for..
ABOUT $250-$350, depending on condition. These were Model 94 Winchesters made under the Sears brand name. In some cases, a "store brand" firearm may have a plainer finish, have a stock made of hardwood instead of walnut, etc. Store brand firearms generally sell for about 15% less than the same gun...
I saw one for sale for $200.00. I bought mine new in 1965, 2 mags....7 round and 10 round. I wouldn't take $1000.00 for it. For me...it is still the straightest, most fun shooting gun I own.
go to: gunsamerica.com or gunbroker.com and look up your rifle to see what price it is being sold for and the condition. then you can compare yours..............
Im not sure how specific of an answer you are looking for so ill just childproof it. It is a bolt action rifle made by Winchester which fires the .223 remington cartridge. "ranger" is the model of the firearm and was only produced in .223 remington for a few years in the early 90's and were then...
go to: GUNSAMERICA.COM or GUNBROKER.COM and look up a similar 32-20 to find the going value.....................
Between about $450-800 depending on condition and markings.
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
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST THE TRIGGER PULL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Danger, Danger, Danger. It is no older than when the 300 WSM was introduced (2001)
Answer . \nYou need to determine the condition in order to approximate its value. Start by finding the NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms. You can find these by using the Google search form to the right.\n. \nTo get a reliable estimate of the value of your gun, see a...
It would be better if you would describe the overall condition of your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine.Please include the amount of original finish remaining on your rifle in a percentage basis and include the overall condition of the wood and bore.A Winchester model 1894 saddle ring...
From 1964 to around 1981. They were taken out of production once US Repeating Arms became the manufacturer of Winchester firearms, and the 1300 succeeded it.
I have a Wincester 1894 30wcf octagon barrel serial # 566536 in @50% state What is value ?I will start with the fact that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1911.A rifle made during this time frame with a original finish of 50% will usually bring between 850-1,000 dollars.It could...
Possible as a special order, but, not likely.
Answer . Model 94 Winchester is is merely a shortening of the gun's original model designation which was Model 1894 Winchester. The model numbers of early Winchesters usually are the same as the year of introduction to the retail market. The "18" part of the year was dropped to avoid making the...
, Your Winchester Model 94 Carbine serial number 2600298 was manufactured very late in the year 1963. If you received this answer, please contact me at Win1885@msn.com, as I have a few questions about this gun for you.
Hollis and Sons, Charles..Gun maker in Birmingham and London, England in 1861. The made high quality firearms including side by side shotguns...... Hollis and Sons, Issac. Gun maker and patentee Issac Hollis found his company in London, England in 1861. Throughout the years Hollis manufactured...
Please repost your question giving us the MAKE of your rifle, as well as the model number.
The nickname "Yellow Boy" is given to the first, model 1866, version of the Winchester lever-action repeating rifle. The name comes from the brass-like receiver (actually a bronze alloy),
Go to http://oldguns.net/ and scroll down the index on the left side, click on the link to Winchester manufacture dates. Then select Model 94 and enter your serial number. Website http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php Winchester 1894/94 Serial Number List 1894 began with serial number 1...
Well according to George Madis it would be 1911,but his are not always correct. The only way you can be sure is to go to www.codyfirearmsmuseum.com It's not free but you'll know for sure. Madis dates are a little early so my guess is 1912. Good Luck
you have to buy the full version and the serial number comes with it. every game has a different serial number so that they can keep their copyright reasons.
Well you have a second year gun, being manufactured in 1895. Being a 30-30 it was the most common caliber. Without more info. it's hard to judge the value. There are many different options to take into consideration, the length of the barrel (most common where 26") standard or deluxe grade?...
no. Remington mde a m-31 pump shotun. Why do you ask?? no. Remington mde a m-31 pump shotun. Why do you ask?? yes, there is we have a Winchester 31 but can find no information on the rifle
Per most accepted publications, 1892 Regards, Marty