the 32 Winchester special lever action model 94 shoots a center fire, rimmed cartridge.
Yes.The Winchester model 1876 rifle was the only rifle made by Winchester that was chambered for the 45-60WCF(winchester center fire).
There is no such rifle, the Winchester Model 88 is a highly collectible lever action center fire rifle available in .243, .284, .308, and .358.
It fires a 7.62x51mm NATO bullet, which is similar to a .308 Winchester.
The 21 pound M-60 machine gun fired a .308 caliber round,(I know because I carried one).that being said;yes your Winchester model 70 will fire this round.You of course will have to strip the rounds out of the belt to chamber them in your model 70.
Your rifle is a Model 94, named for the year of introduction, 1894. 30 WCF is the correct name of the ammunition it fires, .30 caliber Winchester Center Fire, the original name for the .30-30 cartridge.
They will fire the standard .22 short,.22long,and .22 long rifle cartridges.
The Model 77 Winchester will fire either long or long rifle cartridges. It is not chambered to fire short .22s cartridges.
The model 1890 Winchester was only chambered in .22 short,22long,22 long rifle,or 22WRF calibers which were all rimfire calibers.
100 USD or so
Yes, several.We call that a "sister". My pair is a Winchester model 1892, and Colt Python.Both fire .38 special and 357 magnum. .44 caliber is another obvious choice along with .22cal. If you want to have real kick.You could get a Thompson center single shot pistol along with Your Winchester. both in.30/.30.
It would depend on the magazine length, (full or half) and what caliber the gun was chambered for.
There were a total of 5 rifles used by Lucas McCain. 4 were Winchester Model 1892 carbines in caliber 44-40, the fifth was an El Tigre copy of a Winchester 92, used in scenes where the rifle might be damaged. Of course, all were modified with the large loop lever, with a screw in the lever that would trip the trigger for rapid fire.
Winchester Center Fire.
To many variables to answer. Center fire? Rim Fire? Bolt Action? Need the exact model to even begin to come close to an answer.
If you are referring to the 32 W.C.F. or 32 W.S. (Winchester Special), both are center fire. Bert H.
If it's a 270 load, yes.
Winchester Model 1892 rifles were available with many special order features, all of which affect value a great degree. Is it really a rifle, or is it actually a carbine? What condition is it in? Words like 'good' dont mean anything, here, as values fluctuate from $350 or so to several thousand dollars. If you can send digital pictures, please do. email@example.com
The Model 1892 Winchester lever action rifle was made in .218 Bee, .25-20 WCF, .32-20 WCF, .38-40 WCF, and .44-40 WCF. (WCF is Winchester Center Fire). Godbear Tennessee
Your question is difficult to answer because there is no "20-20" Winchester. The model 1894 was the first rifle available in the new smokeless powder 30 WCF cartridge (Winchester Center Fire) aka "30-30". If this is actually your rifle it was manufactured in 1913.
Sign up for a hunter safety course. This should be a single-shot bolt action rifle, about the simplest firearm action there is.
If it has the intertwined WRA emblem, it was made by Winchester, but it is not considered a 'real' Winchester by collectors. If it has 30 WCF (30 caliber Winchester Center Fire), that is another name for the 30-30 cartridge it uses and the rifle could have been made by almost anyone.
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.
Uses .277 bullets