The 94 in the winchester model 94 carbine stands for the year of its start of manufacture which was 1894.
The Springfield Model 67 H 12 Ga is a 12 gauge, 3 inch chamber piston. The H on the gun model, stands for handgun.?æ
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The "WS" on a Winchester Model 12 stands for Winchester Skeet and it has a full solid rib and is a reasonably rare find these days. As a rule, "WS" stands for "Winchester Special", I've never heard of it in relation to a shot gun. So far as I know "WS" only refers to rifles. Where did you see the mark? it may be an inspector's stamp.
Winchester Magnum Rimfire
The letters WCF stand for Winchester Center Fire.
Good question. I believe the acronym stands for "extra". All XTR models were fancier upgrades of the particular model. ex Model 1300 vs 1300XTR, the XTR had better wood, finish etc. There is probably more of a better explanation buried in a Winchester book, but this is what I have always gone by.
This question would be better directed to a qualified gunsmith.The .22 magnum round is operating at a higher pressure then the regular .22 long rifle cartridge.He would be better able to know if the Winchester model 72A could with stand the higher pressure involved with this rechambering.
grade F stands for failure !!!!!
WCF stands for Winchester Center Fire.
Yes, it can. The Winchester Model 1894/94s manufactured from 1895 through 2006 can all safely handle modern manufactured 30-30 ammo.
Model designation, Model "A", Model "T", Model "B".
Go to a good magazine stand and peruse the "Gun Bible_ which is usually carried, or go to the library.
Winchester repeating arms company. it was a custom model l894. the large loop was a sort of prop making it stand out on film.
better grade wood and blueing
It generally means the professor has not submitted a grade for you
it just represents a slightly below average grade, it does not stand for anything rong, it means could do better... da
Winchester Short Magnum Bert H.
Winchester Center Fire.