We have a Ranger bolt action rifle with a model # 103-8. We do not know the age of our gun however.
the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937
No such model. Winchester did not make a 'Model 1901 single shot .22 pump-action rifle.' They made a Model 1900, Model 1902 and Model 1904, which were all single-shot bolt-action rifles, and they made the Model 1890 and Model 1906 which were slide-action rifles but had tubular magazines. How exactly is your rifle marked? email@example.com
10-100 USD or so
The Word ranger was used by Winchester to denote a economy version of there regular rifles and shotguns.The model 670 was a economy version of the famous model 70 bolt action rifle.Winchester also made a ranger model 94 rifle,and various ranger model shotguns during their many years of being in business.
50 USD or so
The Stevens model 89,22cal lever action single shot rifle was made in 1976-then discontinued.
Well, My cross reference says the model 34 was really a Marlin 80 which was made from 1935 to 1939. But both the Blue Book and Standard Catalog say the model 80 was a bolt action repeater, not a single shot.
The Ranger 36 cross-references to a Marlin 80 with an adjustable trigger. This model was manufactured from 1935 to 1939.
It depends on the particular model of the rifle, not the caliber it is in. What model and make is it?
Recommend you see a gunsmith.
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