Not very much information to go on. We will assume you mean the slide-action Ted Williams Model 200, which was made by Winchester for Sears and is the same as the older Winchester Model 1200. Value depends on condition, about $100-$200.
I would start at Winchester directly.You may find some info on the internet,at sites that pertain to older Winchester rifles.
Winchester never made a Model 37 410 Gauge shotgun. Model 37 was a single-shot shotgun made in 1936. Winchester's first 410 Gauge shotgun was Model 41 in 1920. Later he followed by making Model 42 a 410 Gauge Shotgun with slide action in 1993. I must beg to differ from the answer above. I am looking at, holding and gazing at my beautiful "Winchester Model 37 SteelBilt .410 3 In Chamber" Shotgun!!!! Given to me by my mother who did her fair share of knocking down pheasants and rabbits with this little gem! It is a 1950 from my Grandfather to my mother and then to me!!!! Smooth barrel and an absolute masterpiece!!! Thanks, I know the first one was wrong because I'm looking at mines that was passed down to me in my family that was made before i was born 43 years ago and i know its got to be at least 50 years or older cause my grandpa passed it along to his grand boys and i was the last one to have it.
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Manuals for the model 101.5380D shotgun may be found at some Sears Roebuck gun dealers. However as an older gun model manuals may need to be special ordered by the store.
on the bottom of the receiver
a mod 1904 is worth 50 to 100 dollars if its older.
No older than 1897, but we need more information to get you a date. Post the serial number.
Try Numrich Gunparts. They have a wide variety of parts and schematics for older firearms.
The Winchester Model 1873 was not invented by a single person, but instead was the culmination of Winchester's continual efforts to make improvements to older designs. The basic design was originally patented by Henry B. Tyler (the inventor of the original Henry Repeating Rifle), which was then taken over by Oliver Winchester, improved upon, and released as the Winchester Model 1866. The Model 1873 was the next evolution of the Model 1866, and the advent of the centerfire cartridge versus a rim fire cartridge. Bert H.
The Savage 820 model is an older gun that was made long before the current accessories. No one ever made any after-market accessories for this model, it is not noted the year of manufacture.
You may find a reproduction on E-bay.They are listing alot of older model shotgun and rifle owners manuals.You could also look at gunbroker.com.
Since Winchester made only 2 double barrel guns, the Model 21 and the Model 24, yours is one or the other. If you look carefully, you will see the model number. Because it has auto ejectors, it seems reasonable that you may in fact have a model 21. If so, it is very valuable. A beat-up, abused 21 that still shoots is worth at least $3000. One that is in good condition will bring more than $6000 in 12 ga., double that in 20 ga., and up to $25000 in 410.
If we are talking about a Winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle?Then the value of your rifle which is a second model take down which was made in 1893,will bring between 385-1,800 dollars for a rifle exhibiting between 10%-50% of its original finish remaining.As always condition is everything when evaluating these fine made older Winchester rifles.It would be best if you have yours appraised by A member of the Winchester collectors assoc.for a more accurate value.
It should work perfectly. Winchester made the Sears Ted Williams Model 300 and they used their Model 1400 to do it. Other than some minor differences in the wood and markings, they are the same.
Short answer is yes. Winchester closed their doors and is no longer making rifles. The model 69 is also circa 1950ish and a lot of collectors search for pre-64 Winchester rifles and older .22's -J
18 or older
best bet for older gun parts is gunbroker.com they sell most everything gun related
It would be appoximatley 54 years old. Possibly a little older or less, but around that area.
try GPC, also known as Numrich, they have a lot of odd bits for older arms.
The question is a little confusing to me, is this a 12 guage gun or is it one of the Browning reproductions of the Winchester Model 12. If the barrel is available it is usually a simple process to replace the barrel on most pump and semi-auto shotguns. If you are talking about a break open type shotgun (over & under, side by side, or single shot) that is usually a very expensive process.
I know older .22's were made without serial numbers, but I don't believe they didn't number any of their shotguns. Look at the underside of the receiver in front of the trigger guard, it should be there. If not, post the model number (stamped into the barrel) and I'll find out for you.
I know that winchester does not make any model 1894 rifles in 25-35 win.caliber anymore.Ypu may find some older ones on the market,but they will not be cheap.Most rifles chambered in 25-35 were made prior to world war II.