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 U.S. Model of 1917 Winchester is a Model 1917 Enfield Military Rifle manufactured from 1917 - 1918, in this case, by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company of New Haven CT. It is a modified Mauser-type bolt action rifle chambered in 30-06. It has a 26
The address of the Museum Of Winchester History is: Po Box 245, Winchester, ID 83555-0245
Sounds like you have a Remington Model 700 chambered in 264 Winchester Magnum. The 700 was made in 264 Win Mag from 1962 - 1977 and again for the 1986 Classic. Go here for a little history - http://www.chuckhawks.com/264mag.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.264_Winchester_Magnum
The web address of the Museum-Connecticut History is: http://www.museumofcthistory.org
The phone number of the Museum-Connecticut History is: 860-757-6535.
The address of the Museum-Connecticut History is: 231 Capitol Ave, Hartford, CT 06106
The address of the Connecticut State Museum Of Natural History is: University Of Connecticut, U-23, Storrs, CT 06269-3023
Connecticut State Museum of Natural History was created in 1988.
The phone number of the Connecticut State Museum Of Natural History is: 860-486-6198.
the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history? the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history?
Your winchester model 1890 .22cal rifle was made by winchester in 1902.
You will need to include the model number of your Winchester to get a answer.
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In 1639, the Fundamental of Connecticut was created.
If it is a Winchester Model 94, made in 1981.
Go online, and type in"Winchester Firearms". You should find the official website.
Epaphroditus Peck has written: 'The loyalists of Connecticut' -- subject(s): American loyalists, History 'Burlington, Connecticut' -- subject(s): Accessible book, History
Stephen W. Walkley has written: 'History of the Seventh Connecticut volunteer infantry' -- subject(s): Connecticut Infantry, 7th reg't, Regimental histories, History, Connecticut infantry, 7th, United States, United States. Army Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 7th
Made in 1909.
manufactured in 1914
Contact the Cody Museum.
John Thorn has written: 'The road to Winchester' -- subject(s): Biography, History, School principals, Winchester College
Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut
See the related link for Hartford.