It means that it is a duplicate serial number
If you mean the model 1890 Winchester 22? then your rifle was made in 1911.
If you mean a Winchester model 1894 rifle then it was made in the year 1929.I will say that Winchester never has made a model 14 though.Could you mean a Remington model 14 pump action rifle?
Do you mean a model 1894 rifle?If this is the case then your Winchester model 1894 rifle would have been made in the year 1896.
This should indicate that you have a Winchester model 70 rifle that was made in the year 1984.
If you mean the model 1894 rifle,then it was made in the year 1914,with the serial number that you have provided.
Can find no reference to a Remngton Model 97 shotgun.Could you mean a Winchester model 1897?If so include the serial number to help get you a answer.
That is the serial number assigned to your rifle at the time of manufacture.This number also indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1978.
Do you mean a Winchester model 94AE(angle eject)?If this is the case,your question cannot be answered without the serial number to your rifle in question.
If you mean a WINCHESTER, there is no way to help you without the serial number.
what does 120A choke mean-- I have no idea what you are talking about with this question about a choke
It means that it is a Model 1890 (90) receiver. When Winchester introduced the Model 1906, they used the exact same receiver and action as the Model 1890, with exeption of the cartridge carrier. To readily differentiate between the two, Winchester stamped an "A" on the Model 1890 receiver and a "B" on the Model 1906 receiver. Bert H.
It sounds like to me that you have the Winchester model 1200 police stainless model.The serial number just means the number assigned to your shotgun during the time of production,nothing more.The Winchester model 1200 series shotguns were produced from 1964-1981.The serial number was mandated by the goverment with the passage of the gun control act of 1968.
I could not assign a value to your Winchester rifle without knowing the model number(it is not a model 1864,winchester did not make a model 1864).I also need to know the overall condition of your rifle,and a serial number to date the production year.When you say 32,did you mean a 32WCF(32-20 caliber) or do you mean a .32 Win special caliber?Please re-post your question with the above needed information,to get a accurate answer to your question.
If you mean the serial number is 1, Winchester never made one with serial number 1.
Winchester did not make a model 77.Could you mean model 70?,or do you refer to the ruger model 77?
I,m going to assume that you mean a Winchester model 1892? If that's the case then your rifle was made in 1910.
I am assuming you mean a model 1894 in 30-30,if that is the case your rifle was the last rifle made in 1961.
The number 1400 refers to the Model number of your Winchester shotgun.
Yes, serial numbers are usually assigned sequentially. Some companies will use one series of numbers for several models, but Winchester has, as far as I know, always started each model with 1, so a high serial number on one model will not tell you its age relative to another model, but a low numbered gun will always be older than a higher numbered gun of the same model. You can find lots of information about the Model 94. Start with Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms, then check out some of the specialzed books listed in his bibliography.
I can tell you that by your serial number your Winchester model 1906 rifle was made in the year 1919. I can also say that this model was made from 1906-1935,with a total production figure of 731,852.I must say Bert that I am not aware of any nickel plated parts for the model 1906,but that does not mean that they were not made.They also could have been Nickel plated at any time after production also.
If you mean a model 1894, it was made in 1919
Winchester magnum rimfire
Long and Long Rifle.