look for the Winchester model 1886 in 33 cal.
go to: gunsamerica.com look up Winchester rifles, the check for model 1906 of which pictures should be available............
Can you post a photo someplace? I've never heard of a Winchester model that didn't have the Winchester name, the chambering and the model number stamped on it, even the lowest end guns that didn't get serial numbers still had markings. I seriously doubt it's a Winchester.
The name Winchester, the caliber of the gun, and "Model of 18XX " should be stamped right into the barrel, if it's not there, then the barrel has been replaced. This pretty much killed the value of the gun, ...sorry. Winchester had a half a dozen lever actions, try searching google images and compare them with what you have, that might help. If you want, you can eMail me a photo and I can tell you for sure. Are you sure it's a Winchester? There are a lot of clones out there.
Gun shop, gun show, on line auctions, old Mossberg Catalogs
Ihave a manual for a Binitone action 850 same machine will send you photo copy FOC
Can you advise if it has a plain or VR Barrel, 3'' or 2.75 shells Winchokes and the pattern on the forearm, and I can advise. a photo would be helpful Keith
Answer for Stevens model 86Do you want an advertisement photo, or are you in need of a snap shot of a model 86? I own one and can help you with a snap shot, if that's what you want.
Please clarify...is your Winchester a rifle or carbineand are you referring to the serial number as being 32 or the caliber as .32 WCF???? Full descriptions to the firearms condition and style are a mininum to offer a value. If you can send detailed photo's I can help; email@example.com Regards, Marty
about 64,000 a photo about 64,000 a photo