The 30th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values shows a high and low value of the Winchester Model 56 Sporter as being $1650 for a 100% condition rifle and $600 for a 60% condition rifle. The 1919 number you show in your question is a patent date, as this rifle was not manufactured until 1926 and production ceased in 1931, with an approximate total of 8,297 rifles manufactured. Of this total, approximately 1,000 rifles were for the .22 short cartridge which actually makes it more rare, than the rifles chambered for the .22 long rifle cartridge. This rifle will have the barrel marked for either the .22 short cartridge or the .22 long rifle cartridge only. This was a comparatively inexpensive rifle when it was introduced in 1926 and it was brought into production to bridge the gap between less expensive single shot rifles and the more expensive repeating rifles of that period. Thus, due to the limited number of rifles produced, in the short time frame, the rifle has become more valuable in the collecting circles and this is especially true of the rifle chambered for the .22 short cartridge. As with all guns, the overall condition of the rifle will dictate the realized value in the market place.
Your Winchester model of the U S model 1917 30-06 caliber rifle was produced by Winchester from 1917-1919.
The serial number that you have supplied indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1919.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle was made in the year 1919.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1919.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1897 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1919.
I can say that Winchester made a total of 545,511 model of 1917 enfield rifles for the U.S. goverment from 1917-1919.I would say your rifle was made in 1918.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 52 bolt action .22cal rifle was made in the year 1960.This model of Winchester was made from 1919-1979,with a total production of 125,419 rifles over the 60 years of production.
your Winchester model 1890 which was produced in 1921.the value is 250 dollars for one with 10% original finish remaining to 1,000 dollars for one with 85% of the original finish remaining.If your rifle is in caliber 22LR.(made from 1919-1932 which started at serial number 610,000) you could add another 50% to the above listed value,s.
Winchester Model 12 slide action shotguns were marked as the "Model 1912" from 1912-1919. Godbear Tennessee
Winchester made the Model of 1917 bolt action rifle for the U.S. Government from 1917-1919. The total production was 545,511 rifles.While Winchester did not keep records of the serial numbers by year of production,I can safely assume that your early serial number will date to 1917.
If you mean a model 1894, it was made in 1919
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 12 shotgun was made in the year 1919.
What condition is it in. That determines the value.
it was made in 1919 Manufactured in 1919
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 12,pump action shotgun was made in the year 1919.
400-900 dollars,depending on the condition of your rifle,and that your rifle is in its original condition.
Your Winchester model 20 was only made from 1919-1924,with a total production of 23,616 made.Winchester lost the records of the model 20 after serial number 8904.
Made in 1919