yes.The Winchester model 9422M was chambered in .22WMR.
The first lever action rifle by Winchester was the Henry rifle.It was produced from 1860-1866.
There was/is no such thing as a 1940's vintage Winchester lever-action .410. Winchester did make a slide-action (pump) .410 shotgun called the Model 42 during the 1940s.
Yes winchester did make a model 250 lever action rifle from 1963-1974.
it was made from 1960-69 with a 24 inch barrel.
Yes the Marlin Model 1894FG is chambered in .41 mag.
Yes i believe that Winchester has resumed production of their model 1894 lever action rifle.They are not cheap.I saw some that were made by Miroku of japan for 1,200 dollars.But I believe that Winchester is producing new models at their new plant in South Carolina.
Can't give a very specific answer without make, model, distinguishing features, etc.
1965, as indicated by the AA prefix of SN
The 45-75 W.C.F. was designed for, and used almost exclusively in the Winchester Model 1876 lever-action rifle. When Winchester introduced the Model 1886 lever-action 10-years later in the more powerful (and popular) 45-70 cartridge, the Model 1876 quickly faded into obscurity, though Winchester did continue to make 45-75 cartridges up to the year 1935. Bert H.
Best is a very subjective term. Winchester, Marlin and Henry all make very good rifles.
your model 1894 Winchester was made in 1951,which would make it not a pre war model,if you are talking about WWII.