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.
Winchester made a model 64 22 caliber in the year of 1934. This model of rifle was a lever action model. This is an antique gun that many people would like to get their hands on.
The Browning (BLR) comes in a .223 lever action.
Winchester never manufactured a "33-70" cartridge. Winchester did make a 33 W.C.F., and a 38-70 W.C.F. cartridge, both of which were chambered in the Model 1886 lever-action and the Model 1885 Single Shot rifles.
You did not tell us what MAKE your shotgun is. The two 1895s that come to mind are a lever action Winchester RIFLE, and a Davenport shotgun, which had a prominent release lever right behind the hammer.
We just acquried a winchester model 1906 lever action serial # indicates 1909 production from an estate .... It has been chromed and burl maple wood absoulty gorgious shoots like new and must have been custom made ????????? As we can find nothing about it ???? Please send any info to email@example.com thank you
I can't find any indication that they made a 30-06 lever action. I can't find any indication that they made a 30-06 lever action.
Winchester made a few models of the .22 cal. lever action. One particular model the model 9422 will handle the long rifle and long cartridges interchangeably, or the special .22 WMR, magnum, version that handles the WMR round only. The 9417 model is chambered for the 17 HMR round only. Winchester also made the model 255 in .22 WMR from 1967 to 1970. Harder to find than the newer 9422, but a very good rifle. Just adding that Winchester actually introduced and produced the model 255 in 1964 instead of beginning in 1967. My father works for Winchester and he looked it up in the book for me while at work. I recently picked one up at a garage sale for 25 dollars in excellent shape. I never see them for sale always the 9422 which they made tons of. the 255 is a more rare rifle indeed.
Winchester did not make a model 77.Could you mean model 70?,or do you refer to the ruger model 77?