What is information about the model 36 Winchester rimfire shotgun patent date Aug 1899?
Made from 1920 to 1927. Barrell length under 18" so was a short barrelled shotgun, but removed from NFA and re-classified as a Curio and Relic. Only 20,700 ever made. Hard to find ammo for, approx $3/shell. Asking price $400 to $1800 depending on quality. Update: Fiocchi has begun making ammo that fits this model. It's listed as a "specialty" product with the specific designations, 9FLS8 and 9FLS9. You can buy a box of 50 for around $24.00. My local gun shop ordered some for me.
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The 1886 date you reference is the patent date for the Model 1887 lever-action shotgun. 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. Bert H.
You can file an invention patent online using a variety of governmental sites dependant on which country you live in. These websites typically allow you to submit your patent and further information then keep you informed of the patent process and let you know if more information is required to secure your patent.
What you have is actually either a Model 1887 or a Model 1901. The "1886" date you are seeing is the patent date assigned to John M. Browning who created it and sold the patent to Winchester. Most Model 1887 or Model 1901 10 gauge shotguns start out at around $1,000, and then go up quickly if the graded condition warrants it. The only way to give you an accurate appraisal would be to coonduct…
Oliver Fisher Winchester acquired Smith & Wesson company which at that time was better known as the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company in June 1850. He then relocated the company to New Haven, Connecticut. He renamed the company New Haven Arms. He had a engineer named Benjamin Henry who redesigned the rifles they were producing. Benjamin Henry and Oliver Winchester came up with the "Henry Repeating Rifle" that was a .44 caliber rimfire(meaning the cartridge was…