The value will depend on the condition. Pre-64 sporting rifles can run from $200 to $3000, depending on the condition. You would be best off having an advanced Winchester collector or gunsmith provide a professional appraisal of the rifle.

The trapper model is a short barreled model 1894 rifle.The barrel length was originally 16 inches,but under recent laws the barrel length is 18.5 inches.

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Very little, and possibly worth 10-years ina federal prison and a $250,000 fine if it is found to be any fractional bit less than 18-inches. Winchester never made a Model 97 with an 18-inch barrel, so what you have is a non-factory cut-down gun. The shortest barrel length made by Winchester was 20-inches.

If that barrel is less than 16 inches long and you are in the US, you have an illegal firearm.

Winchester Model 67 is a single shot, bolt action, .22 caliber rifle. It was produced and sold between 1934 to 1963. It has a weight of 5 lbs, barrel length 27 inches.

If you mean the legal length of the barrel? it is 18 inches and for rifles it is 16 inches.

Not a State law- but a Federal law- the National Firearms Act of 1934- requires that a rifle that has a barrel less than 16 inches, or an overall length of less than 26 inches, must be registered as a "short barreled rifle" with the BATFE, and a transfer tax ($200) be paid for it. There ARE exceptions- rifles such as the Winchester Trapper Model with a 14 inch barrel is specifically exempted from this law.

Would have to have a LOT more information than that. Standard barrel length on the rifle version was 26 inches, but special orders were possible. Barrels longer than 26" are very rare and can add hundreds of dollars in value. Above all, we need to know if the rifle is completely original, and in what condition (detailed). This gun can be worth anywhere from $400 to over $4000 depending on all of these factors. Digital pictures would be a big help. sales@countrygunsmith.net

The base area cannot be 363 in since area is measured in square inches not inches. Consequently, there can be no sensible answer to the question.

With rifles and pistols, it is the diameter of the inside of the barrel in inches. So a .45 caliber pistol has a barrel 0.45 inches in diameter. In can also be expressed in metric terms- caliber 9mm means a barrel that is 9mm in diameter. With cannon, such as those on a Naval vessel, it is the relation of the barrel length to the internal barrel diameter- so a 3 inch 50 caliber cannon fires a shell 3 inches wide, from a barrel 150 inches long (3x50).

36 inches

10.6 or 10.75 inches with a six inch barrel, depending on Mark, 14.75 inches with a 10 inch barrel.

A 570 gallon barrel that is 14 inches wide holds 570 gallons of fluid.

Start with a rod with a square cross section where each side is 2.7716 inches long. From each corner, measure a distance of 0.8118 inches. Cut off the triangular shapes formed at each corner of the square. This will give an octagonal cross section with a 3 inch diameter.

22 inches

No

Federal law mandates a minimum length of 18 inches for the barrel.

A Jack Daniels whiskey barrel is 35 inches tall.

The Thompson Center hawken that I have,has a barrel that is 28 inches long.

Which pistol? Most production pistols have a barrel length of 1 to 8 inches.

About 16.

30 inches. A longer barrel gives you better accuracy.

Yes it is 2 5/8 inches and that is considered a big barrel bat.

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