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I have just sold the identical rifle to a private collector. He paid me $1,200 for the gun in the box with all paperwork and unfired. The lever has never been jacked back on the gun and it was brand new perfect. Mine was 3105216

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If your rifle is new in the box condition(never fired)and you have the box and hang tags still with it.The minimum price is 600 dollars.Some Winchester collectors are paying in excess of 1,000 dollars for this model in the condition you have described.

Is it absolutely new, unfired, with original box and all paperwork/accessories? Yes

Your Winchester model 1911SL(self Loading)shotgun was first made in the year 1911.

One cartridge at a time through the loading gate on the right side of the receiver.

This is an issue that may have safety implications and is best left to a trained gunsmith.

Flip the gun over and look around the loading port, it should be stamped into the receiver.

It was used for heavy field loads. 1 3/8 or 1 1/2. HS7 is kin to Winchester 571.May even be same powder.

With a typical load, .308 Winchester has a muzzle velocity of about 2,700 FPS. It can be somewhat higher or lower, of course, depending on loading. In 90% of ballistic applications, .308 Winchester is ballistically identical to 30.06.

Your Winchester model 1907 chambered in 351WSL(Winchester Self Loading)and was made in the last 3 years of production will bring between 175-450 dollars,for a rifle showing between 10%-80% of its original finish,and a good bore.These rifles were made from 1907-1957.

Sure you can, The serial number will be stamped into the bottom of the receiver just in front of the loading port, it will have to be below 32000.

I heard a few rifles from 1917 and 1915 that sold for about $1,000

The .308 Winchester and the 7.62 NATO cartridges are similar in size, but slightly different in chambering, thickness of the cartridge case, and pressures in loading. The 7.62 NATO cartridge may be safely fired in a .308 Winchester firearm. The reverse is not always true.

There were three different Winchester lever-action Models with the 1866 patent... the Model 1866, the Model 1873, and the Model 1876. The 1866 patent date refers to King's patent for the side loading gate mechanism.

H 4831 is much to slow burning to be used in a 30-30. Try IMR 3031, Winchester 748 instead. A loading manual will certainly offer several others for you to choose from.

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these winchester rifles range in price from 130 dollars for a specimen with 10% original finish,up to 475 dollars for a fine example with 90% original finish remaining and a good bore.Your winchester model 62A was made from may also add 50% to the above price quote if yours has the gallery style loading port.

From my understanding, Winchester lever action rifles, muzzle loading shotguns and single action revolvers were very common. Actually, there was a recent episode of "Sons of Guns" that featured a Winchester rifle (what was thought to be) a "blood gun" from the feud. Not sure of the caliber of any of them.

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By and large, Benjamin Henry. Oliver Winchester reorganized the New haven Arms Company to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company when Henry tried to take over New Haven, feeling he had been under compensated for the design of the Henry Repeating Rifle. Winchester immediately had parts of the Henry Rifle redesigned for the Model 1866. Winchester had the magazine improved, a loading gate was added to the right side of the receiver (a Nelson King design), and wooden forearms were added, but other elements of the rifle remained the same as the Henry such as the ammunition it fired, and the double firing pin.

The Winchester 1907 model was an autoloader made in .351 Winchester self loading cal. Civilian sporter models were made on up until 1937. The value for a good condition rifle with no stock damage and average wear would be about $400.( A version known as the Police model continued in production until 1957. They were very popular with Law enforcement and Prison authorities, around 59,000 were manufactured.)

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