With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1910.
Winchester never chambered the model 1894 rifle in 50 caliber.The largest caliber in the model 1894 rifles history was the 38-55 WCF.
The winchester model 1894 chief crazy horse comm.was made by winchester in the amount of 19,999 guns.
your Winchester model 1894 was made in 1909.As to the caliber it should be marked on the barrel of the rifle.(ie,30 wcf.is 30-30 caliber).32wcf is 32 Winchester special.38-55 is another possable caliber.
your model 1894 Winchester was made in 1897,as to the caliber it should be marked on the top of the barrel just ahead of the bolt body.ie 30wcf=30-30 Winchester,32wcf=32 Winchester special,38wcf=38-55winchester etc.
According to the blue book it was made pre WWII.
I'm unsure of the value but your rifle was built in 1898, i also own an 1894 in 38-55 and mine was built in 1894
The first was the Model 1885 Single Shot rifle. The second was the Model 1894 lever-action rifle. The Models 55 and 64 (variants of the Model 1894) were also made in 38-55, but in very small numbers.
If you are asking about a Winchester model 1894 rifle chambered in 38-55 Winchester?Then with the serial number provided your rifle was made in the year 1894.As to the value,that cannot be determined without a much more detailed description of the overall condition of your rifle,any special order features present on the rifle,and the condition of the bore.I always advise that a Winchester of this age should be inspected and valued by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.The value could be in the neighborhood of 1,500-2,300 dollars.
If the serial number is truly just 2-digits (69 in this case), it was not originally manufactured as a 32 W.S. Winchester introduced the Model 1894 in late October of the year 1894, with just the 38-55 cartridge being offered. Serial number 69 was made in early November of the year 1894. The 32 W.S. (Winchester Special) cartridge was not created and introduced until October of the year 1901 (in the 120,000 serila number range).
Your prefix of Ofw to the serial number suggests that you have a Winchester Commemorative rifle,which was the Oliver Winchester model.These were made in the year 1980.The problem is the serial number range was from OFW-1 to OFW 1999.I would check your serial number again.
The Winchester Model 1895 lever-action rifle was never made in 38-55. However, the Model 1894 lever-action was. The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
Winchester introduced the Model 1894 in October of 1894 in 38-55. In November of the same year, the 32-40 was added, and in May of 1895, the 30 W.C.F. (a.ka. 30-30) was introduced. Bert H.
Your Winchester Model 1894 was manufactured in 1908. As for its value, you should check with an expert. There are several websites, such as armscollectors.com and gunsonthenet.com that have free forums with experts you can ask. Good luck.
I can't rightly say... Winchester never made a Model 1892 in 30-30. The Model 1892 was available in 25-20 W.C.F., 32 W.C.F. (32-20), 38 W.C.F. (38-40), and 44 W.C.F. (44-40), all of which are pistol length cartridges. The Model 1894 on the other hand was made in 32-40, 38-55, 30 W.C.F. (30-30), 25-35 W.C.F., and 32 W.S. (Winchester Special).
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle which was made in 1898,can easily bring in excess of 1,000 dollars for a example which is still in all original condition,exhibits a decent bore,and have 60% of its original blueing remaining.If you have a octagon barrel and any other special order features,the value will just keep climbing.I would have this rifle examined by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc. to asses your rifle as to condition,and finish and provide a value.
There was 19,999 guns made in this edition by winchester.
I have a marlin Safety with a ser# 40098. I believe it is a model 1894, do not know the cal. Can you tell me anything?With the serial number 119,755.Your Marlin safety model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1895.The serial number 40098 indicates that this Marlin rifle was made in the year 1890.
Your winchester model 1892 was made by winchester in 1906.
It can worth $600 to $750 depending on how good it is.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle in 38-55 Win caliber which was made in 1906 could have considerable value.A basic rifle with no special order features range in price from 425 dollars for a rifle with only 10% or its original finish remaining,up to 1,850 dollars for a fine example with 70% of its original finish remaining and a decent bore.You can also add 25% to the above stated values due to your rifle having been chambered in 38-55 Win.caliber.
This firearm has benn overhauled at the Winchester factory and a different receiver installed. James Friend
If your Winchester model 1894 Chief crazy horse is unfired(new in the box) then it is valued at 795 dollars.
The Model 1894 was originally offered in 38-55 when it was introduced in October of 1894. By December of 1894, the 32-40 cartridge was also available. In May of 1895, the 30 W.C.F. (a.k.a. 30-30) was first made available, and in August of 1895 the 25-35 W.C.F. was introduced. In October of 1901, the final new cartridge chambering was released and offered... the 32 Winchester Special (W.S.). Bert H.
Are you asking about a winchester model 1873,1892,or model 1894 rifle?Allthese rifles had a chambering in either 38WCF(38-40) caliber or 38-55WCF and could be ordered with a octagon barrel.Please redefine your question and add a serial number so I may have some understanding of what you are asking and what rifle you are asking about.