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That would all depend on when your Winchester model 70 carbine was made.By determining this we would be able to see what type of grades were offered at the time of your rifles production.If you include your serial number,I would be able to date your model 70 carbine and see what grades were available at the time of production.
I would like to start with the fact that Winchester never made a model 82 rifle,or shotgun for that matter.I would also like to say that Winchester was producing the model 1873 rifle,and the Winchester model 1876 model rifle during the date of 14 October,1884.The model 1866 was also produced at this time in history.All 3 model of rifles were not chambered in 32WCF during this time.The only rifle chambered in 32.20 was the Winchester model 1873 carbine third model.this carbine was not chambered in 32-20 Winchester until after the date you listed.Could you be talking about a Winchester model 92(1892) rifle?The only problem with this is the Winchester model 1892 rifle was not produced until 1892,8 years after the date you mention.Please check your facts and dates for accuracy and repost your Question.
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