With the serial number that you provided,I would say that your marlin model 1892 was made in either 1907 or 1908.
In order to determine the exact value of a Marlin model 1892 22 caliber octagon barrel lever action firearm, a couple factors would need to be taken into consideration. Most importantly, the condition of the firearm.
It should be marked on the weapon.
The guide I use states it came in .22 or .32. If it had a 16" barrel, it was a .22, but longer barrels could have been either.
50-5000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have and its condition.
Parts for the model 1892 are tough to come by, especially if they are mag tube parts. Some parts for model 1892's can be found at Wisners Gun Parts. They have an internet site at: http://www.wisnersinc.com/
Without a detailed description 1-400 USD
1975' value depends on condition
Your winchester model 1892 was made by winchester in 1906.
The Winchester 25-20 caliber was first chambered in the Winchester model 1892 rifle/carbine which was made from 1892.The last chambering that I have found was in the Winchester model 43 bolt action rifle that was produced from 1949-1957.I would surmise that this caliber was available from 1892-1957.
The caliber should be marked on the barrel of the rifle(32wcf,38wcf,44wcf)etc.There is another way to be sure,and that would be to have a gunsmith make a casting of your chamber using cerrosafe.This will allow the gunsmith to measure the chamber after the casting hardens,and is removed and determine for sure the correct caliber of your Winchester model 1892 rifle/carbine.
The model 92 was made in 1892, thus the model number. Takeing into consideration the rate of production and the serial number, I would say yours was only made a few years after. This would put it at around 1895, give or take. I hope that helped!
your Winchester model 1892 sn 13156 was made in the first year of production which is 1892.
Depends on originality and condition. From $400 to well over $1000.
If I understand your question correctly,you have a Marlin lever action rifle chambered in 38WCF(38-40).If that is the case,then you have a Marlin model 1889 rifle,that was made in the year 1892.
$1500.00 ********* Value depends on condition, variations within the model, caliber, modifications that have been made to the rifle.
I've found only 1 place and thats Wisner's his parts are great but it took 18 months to get a extractor. I am trying to find another place also. But wisners is still on my list for my ejector i need he said 6 months
I would start my search at E-gun parts.com(Numrich Gun Parts Corp.).
The Marlin Model 92 lever action was convertable from .32 rimfire to .32 S&W or .32 S&W Long by changing the firing pin. Originally made as Model 1892. Made from 1892-1916, and depending on condition, a rather valuable rifle.
The .256 Winchester Magnum was never originally chambered in the Model 1892, but it was a popular conversion back in the 1940's/1950's before Model 1892's became so scarce and expensive. Depending on how well done the conversion is, it might bring $500.
DEPENDING ON ITS CONDITION, ANYWHERE FROM $200 TO $800, OH YA THE CALIBER IS I FACTOR ALSO
The caliber of your Winchester model 1892 rifle should be marked on the barrel of the rifle,just ahead of the receiver.These were chambered in either,25-20(25WCF),or 32-20(32WCF),or 38-40(38WCF),or 44-40(44WCF)calibers.
With the last recorded and dated serial number for your rifle being 355,300 in 1906,I would have to say that your marlin model 1892 was probably made in 1907.