It was manufactured in 1928. It is .30 caliber (30 Winchester Center Fire is another name for the 30-30 cartridge). The value will depend on the condition and originality.
Your rifle which was made in the year 1924 should have it,s caliber listed on the barrel.Examples are 25WCF(25-35Win.)30WCF(30-30Win),32WCF(32Win.Special)38WCF(38-55Win).
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.
If it is a Winchester model 94, it was made in 1940.
The gun was made in 1941
Manufactured in the year 1947.
Serial 1649813 was manufactured late in the year 1949.
Manufactured in 1927
The gun was made in 1929.
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Winchester Model 94 serial number 1237317 was manufactured in the year 1940.
Your Winchester model 1894 was made in the year 1907 with the serial number that you have provided.
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The model 94 has been made for the last 111 years. Give us a serial number and we can tell you what year yours was produced - or you can go to oldguns.net and look it up for yourself. 30WCF is Winchester's name for what the rest of the world calls a 30-30 cartridge. I think the nickel-steel barrel would date it to sometime after 1910, but don't make me swear to that.
Your Winchester model 55 takedown model(only in 30WCF) is valued at between 325 dollars for a gun with 10% or its original finish remaining,up to 1,300 dollars for a fine example with 80% of its original finish remaining.
The "30 W.C.F." means that it is a .30 caliber (.308 bullet diameter), and is commonly referred to as "30-30" today. Bert H.
Serial #s of the war years (43 to 48) were not kept and this is were your Winchester falls. Good guess would be 1946. Gene61
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was one of 35,686 made in the year 1899.
If you are asking "when was Model 64 serial number 1147085 made?" the answer is late in the year 1937. Bert H.
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it was made in the year 1949
I wonder if you could be confusing the winchester model 1894 marked as 30WCF with the Winchester model 1894 marked 30-30 Win.There is no difference other than the Winchester model 1894 was marked as 30WCF caliber prior to world war II.
Yes the 30 Winchester center fire (30WCF) is the same as the 30-30 win.
The Rifle was Manufactured in 1920 and depending on its condition is Valued at a Minimum of $1.000 Dollars and up.*...