The Winchester model 67, manufactured between 1937 and 1963 is a single-shot, bolt-action, rimfire .22 caliber rifle. The standard model bares a twenty-seven-inch tapered "sporter" barrel. Winchester also offered a "boys" model, with a twenty-five-inch barrel, for youngsters. The model 67 is capable of firing any .22 short, .22 long, or .22 long rifle cartridge. Approximately 383,000 of these popular rifles were produced, with only the later models (after the early 1940's) having serial numbers. The longer barrel of the standard model was a regular feature of most rimfire rifles until the 1960's. The longer barrel length was thought to be advantageous for at least three reasons. First of all, the longer sighting plane between the rear sights and the front sights aided in aiming. Secondly, the longer barrel reduces noise considerable, nearly muting the sound of standard velocity ammunition. Thirdly, before the advent of today's advanced external ballistics, it was commonly believed that a very long barrel was necessary to achieve game-killing velocities.
Midway USA carries fiochi 9mm rimfire shotshells for the Winchester model 36 they are on the clearance page so I am not sure if they will continue to carry them.
The Winchester model 70 is a bolt action sporting rifle. In 1936 Winchester introduced the bolt action rifle to the American Market. The model 70 was largely based on the Model 54.
Winchester did not record there serial numbers for the model 190 by year.I can say that the model 190 was made from 1974-1980.
The letter M after the model number 9422 indicates that your Winchester lever action rifle is chambered for the 22WMR(Winchester Magnum Rimfire) cartridge.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 9422 lever action rimfire rifle was made in the year 1993.
Winchester magnum rimfire
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 1890 pump action rimfire rifle was made in the year 1902.
the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history? the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history?
There is no such thing as a "model 702337". The number you list appears to be a serial number. The Model number will be stamped on the barrel, or on the upper tang behind the hammer.
Your winchester model 1890 .22cal rifle was made by winchester in 1902.
how much does it cost?
visit rimfire central, Winchester forum. there is a post there for dating Winchester 52's The year of manufacture for serial number 96734 is 1956.
The Model 1866 (introduced in that year), chambered for the .44 Henry rimfire cartridge.
Your winchester model 1903 shoots a different ammo than regular .22cal rimfire made today.It is chambered for the .22 Winchester auto rimfire cartridge.This ammo can still be found I believe at Old western scrounger. Try www.old western scrounger.com.I believe they are 12.95 a box for 50 rounds,maybe a bit more.
22 Short, 22 Long, or 22 Long Rifle rimfire interchangeably.
The model 1890 Winchester was only chambered in .22 short,22long,22 long rifle,or 22WRF calibers which were all rimfire calibers.
You will need to include the model number of your Winchester to get a answer.
The serial number on a Winchester model 53 is on the bottom of the receiver, just behind the foregrip stock.
If it is a Winchester Model 94, made in 1981.
What do you call your gunA Winchester 77 if a semi auto .22 rimfire, the .22 hornet cartridge will not fit and cannot be made to fit into a model 77
You would need to post the model number of the gun in question, Winchester made a whole bunch of bolt action rifles chambered in .22 rimfire
Obviously 22shorts which is a 22caliber rimfire only shorter than the standard long rifle bullet
Made in 1909.
manufactured in 1914
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