what years were the winchester model 370 410 gauge made
cooey 410 gauge model 840 Winchester Canada. single shot
My information suggests that you have a Winchester model 101 which was chambered in either 28 gauge or 410 gauge,which was made in August of 1970.
Between 80-150 dollars.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 12 shotgun was made in the year 1931.
I have one that was purchased new for me in about 1971/72.The Winchester model 370 Youth shotgun was produced from 1968-1973.
the Winchester 9410
The winchester model 42 was a .410 pump very like the old model 12 pump
Please include the model number and overall condition before we can give you a answer to your question.
If you have a Winchester model 37 single shot in 12,16,or 20 gauge?the value is between 90-200 dollars for a gun with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining.If by chance you have one in 28 gauge then 450-995 dollars.If you have one in 410 gauge then 150-375 dollars.
That depends on the gauge of your Winchester model 37 single shot shotgun.a 12gauge with a original finish remaining of 60%-80% will bring between 90-200 dollars.The same for a 16 gauge,and 20 gauge shotgun.If you have a 28 gauge,then between 450-725 dollars,and if you have a 410 gauge shotgun then it will be between 150-325 dollars.
No such weapon.
Winchester never made a Model 37 410 Gauge shotgun. Model 37 was a single-shot shotgun made in 1936. Winchester's first 410 Gauge shotgun was Model 41 in 1920. Later he followed by making Model 42 a 410 Gauge Shotgun with slide action in 1993. I must beg to differ from the answer above. I am looking at, holding and gazing at my beautiful "Winchester Model 37 SteelBilt .410 3 In Chamber" Shotgun!!!! Given to me by my mother who did her fair share of knocking down pheasants and rabbits with this little gem! It is a 1950 from my Grandfather to my mother and then to me!!!! Smooth barrel and an absolute masterpiece!!! Thanks, I know the first one was wrong because I'm looking at mines that was passed down to me in my family that was made before i was born 43 years ago and i know its got to be at least 50 years or older cause my grandpa passed it along to his grand boys and i was the last one to have it.
Winchester did not make a shotgun chambered in 25 gauge,as a matter of fact there has never been a 25 gauge shotgun made.Available chamberings were 12 gauge,16 gauge,20 gauge,28 gauge,and 410 gauge.
between $80-$120 depending on condition and buyers desire. Possibly more as winchesters are becoming collectable.
150 - 200 bucks in .410
Check the receiver.
Your winchester model 42 shotgun was made by winchester in 1954 with the serial number that you provided.
your Winchester model 42 shotgun was made in 1952.
-- Answer -- The question refers to the Winchester Model 37 single-shot. In the Winchester 37, the .410 is worth more than the 12ga or 20ga. The 'red letter' versions bring a premium (red coloring in the 'Winchester' markings). The larger bore shotguns will bring $200-$250, the .410 at $350 maybe $400 if really really nice. email@example.com
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.