The 30 Winchester Center Fire (WCF) is the same as the 30-30 cartridge
When it was introduced, it was called .30 WCF (Thirty caliber Winchester Center Fire). At some point became 30-30. Value depends on condition. Around $ 300 would be somewhere in the ballpark. Marlin originally used 30-30 so they wouldn't have to put a Winchester "brand" on their rifles when manufactured in the caliber.
A 30 caliber Winchester Center Fire is the name Winchester originally gave to what is now the popular 30-30 round.
== == What is the value of 30 caliber Winchester 1894 ?
The value of a Winchester model 1874 30 WCF SN 409XXX is $600 in fair condition. In excellent condition it is valued at $900.
According to your serial number ..Your lever action was Manufactured in 1930. The letters wcf: Winchester Center Fire
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Your rifle is a Model 94, named for the year of introduction, 1894. 30 WCF is the correct name of the ammunition it fires, .30 caliber Winchester Center Fire, the original name for the .30-30 cartridge.
The chambering will be stamped right into the barrel.Since it's a 94, it will probably be stamped 30 WCF (Winchester Center Fire) which today is called 30-30 Winchester
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your model 1894 Winchester was made in 1948.
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
If it has the intertwined WRA emblem, it was made by Winchester, but it is not considered a 'real' Winchester by collectors. If it has 30 WCF (30 caliber Winchester Center Fire), that is another name for the 30-30 cartridge it uses and the rifle could have been made by almost anyone.
We need make, model AND seral number. 30 WCF is the caliber. Several companies made rifles in that caliber.
The Winchester model 1894 rifle was never chambered in the 30-06 caliber.
The description of 30 WCF SR is commonly found on rifles that have a Saddle Ring. (SR} Carbines are described as (SRC). Hope this helps. Steve
The Winchester model 64 rifle in 30WCF caliber is a highly collectible Winchester rifle model. The gun was produced from the 1930s until the 1960s and came with factory iron sights and a wood stock.
Actually written as 30-30, it indicated a .30 caliber bullet, driven by a charge of smokeless powder that was a weight of 30 grains. First called the .30 Winchester Center Fire (or .30 WCF) the name 30-30 was adopted by Marlin.
My guess would be 30 caliber Winchester Center Fire Semi-Rimmed, but there is no listing for this in Cartridges of the World. The .30 Winchester Center Fire (.30 WCF), commonly known as the .30-30, serves today's hunter as well as it has served for generations.
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
"30 W.C.F." is Winchesters original designation for the 30-30 Winchester cartridge.
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