Manufactured before 1968. No serial number was required. Many of Winchester mass produced .22 rifles did not have one.
Before a price can be determined we must establish what model of Winchester shotgun that you have,and determine the overall condition of your shotgun.How much blueing is remaining,how much original finish is left on the wooden forearm,and butt stock?Is the bore inside the barrel in good condition?All these factors determine the value of your shotgun.also include the model number,along with the serial number to help identify what shotgun that you have from Winchester.
Winchester was the capital of England before London.Winchester
Before I would answer your question.I would like you to check your serial number again.The G Prefix to the serial number for the Winchester model 70 started at number G941900 in the year 1969.Is it possable that you misread your serial number?Please recheck and post the serial number again.
The serial number is on the passenger side of the receiver, just rear of the barrel. If there is no serial number your cooey was manufactured before 1968, when no s.n. was required.
All Pre-64 Winchesters were manufactured before 1964. That's what pre-64 means.
Because it is marked "MOD 04" versus MODEL 1904, that tells us that it was manufactured after April of 1919, but before December of 1931.
Check the serial number, it seems to have too many digits to be a Winchester serial number for a model 94.If the number is correct, the gun must be of recent manufacture, (making it post 64)
Your Winchester model 12 is running between 450-700 dollars depending on condition,you could add 10% due to the shotgun being made before WW-II.
Yes. I doubt if Winchester ever produced a firearm without the company name or at least the WRA emblem prominently displayed. Slight correction to my previous answer. Winchester manufactured shotguns and a few rifles for Sears Roebuck and these will not carry the company name or trademark. However, even if produced BY Winchester as an exact copy of a company model, they are NOT Winchesters. The name Winchester is often stamped just to the right of the rear sight. -j. On 1894 and 94 rifles made before WWII, the name WINCHESTER is stamped on the upper stock tang. On post-war guns, it is on the left side of the barrel, below the rear sight.
goods manufactured come first
i will need to have you include your serial number before I can age your winchester model 70.
Really need to know what model your gun is before the serial number does any good. If it is a Winchester Model 94 it would be 1897. Model 88 would be 1959, Model 100 = 1964. And that's just assuming you have posted under the correct subtopic and it really is a Winchester.
No the model 70 Winchester made before 1964 was never made in stainless steel.
The Winchester 10 Gauge blank firing Cannon was introduced around 1900 for celebrations and noise making. There are estimates on numbers that were manufactured prior to Winchester stopping production of the original in 1958, (around 18,000 units produced). Bellmore and Johnson in 1975 started producing the Winchester Cannon again under license and started serial numbers on the barrels. Before then, only assembly numbers usually (3 digit) are the norm. The condition of the cannon would be a determinate factor in price, and the Winchester factory produced version being higher in price. Auctions for original cannons made in the Winchester factory can bring 1000.00 dollars or more depending on condition and demand.
Before I answer your question I am going to assume that you are talking about a winchester model 70 rifle?With the serial number that you provided your rifle was made by winchester in 1965.
No sn's required before 1968.
SNs were not required before 1968.
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