No you cannot, the steel and manufacturing techniques in the late 1890's cannot handle the pressures of modern 'smokeless' rounds of today. The marlin 1889 and other firearms of that period fire blackpowder cartridges. And a number of ammo companies today sell blackpowder rounds for the Marlin 1889 and other firearms. You can go to midwayusa.com and other internet ammo sites to get it. However...before you fire any antique, get it checked over by a good gunsmith to make sure it is mechanically and otherwise safe to shoot.
You must call Remington to get an accurate answer.
Several different manufacturers make it (e.g. Remington, Hornady, Winchester), but there is no such thing as "inexpensive" factory loaded 22 Hornet ammo.
Winchester Arms Factory at Noon Time - 1896 was released on: USA: November 1896
Aftermarket YES. Factory from Winchester NO!
Your winchester model 1894 rifle was one of the first 500 rifles to leave the winchester factory in 1939.
Some are easier to research than others. For example there is a Remington Collectors Society, but you cant find much information on Remington serial numbers. On the other hand if you have a Winchester serial number you can usually find when it was made without much difficulty. Google for the make of gun you have + collectors. Some of the manufacturers will research the gun, for a fee, and send you a Factory Letter, stating when the gun was made, and where it was sent from the factory.
Standard factory 222 Remington ADL has a 1/14 twist rate.
Your winchester model 70 which was made in 1966,was made at winchester main gun factory in New Haven,Conn.
Miroku values vary widely based on what model and when the gun was produced. The Miroku factory has produced guns for Browning, Winchester, Remington, and Charles Daly to name a few. You need to give more specific information to get a better answer.
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Ghost Adventures - 2008 Remington Arms Munitions Factory 3-5 was released on: USA: 27 November 2009
Remington Fastroy stop making these any moreFactory that is in 2008.
You will have to call the factory to find out.
According to production records that I was able to remove from the Winchester factory at the time of its closing, there were 3,219 Winchester model 71 carbines produced between 1935 and 1948.
If the vehicle came equipped from the factory with belts it has to have them.
A trade mark, manufacturer's mark or factory mark.
Impossible to tell unless you have the factory records.
Winchester did a lot of custom work for customers they considered "special", but unless you've got some sort of paperwork from Winchester, you're going to have a hard time proving it was done at the factory. As engraving is done by hand, and one piece at a time, even if the pattern matches, if you or Winchester doesn't have some sort of documentation, the work will be in question.
NO. But both these barrels are easy to remove and replace and there is a wide selection of factory or aftermarket replacement choices available for both guns.
Remington does not do factory letters.The Remington Society of America maybe able to help you at least date your firearm but most early records were lost in a fire and only some of the early percussion information was able to be pulled from military records and other very early firearms only can be dated by model and variation. (estimate)
Consult a collector's catalog, available online, or contact the Cody Firearms Museum. They have all the old records from the Winchester factory.
No. Always blued from the factory.