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Answered 2012-06-10 07:47:43

You will need to include the model number of your Winchester .22cal pump action rifle to get a answer to your question.

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Yes, on certain models. Around serial number 1600000 and beyond.



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To find the year that any Winchester gun was made, you just need to know which model it is and what the serial number is (the model number and serial number are stamped on the gun itself). . Then go to this website and it will tell you when it was made: http:/oldguns.net/sn_php/winmods.htm After doing a little research....your rifle was manufactured in 1906.....i would love to see a picture of it.



On the front receiver ring,behind the rear sight.



If you can't find a serial number then it won't be worth much as it is very worn. Also, this model didn't come in 22 cal long so someone bored it out. I have an very good example that is missing the original sight and it is worth around $550. Mark


Most came with a tooth ramped iron sight.But there could be different styles depending on the age of your Winchester model 1894 rifle,such as a peep sight,a full buckhorn sight,etc.


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The location of the serial number varies with the age of the rifle. Check the bottom part of the tang, or sight, under the level. Look for the serial number on the top tang behind the hammer. Check the back of the hammer for the serial number.


That would be difficult to say without a detailed description of your rifles overall condition,to include the amount of original finish remaining,and bore condition.I can say that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1899 by the serial number that you provided.Please include the information,along with a list of special order features present if on the rifle.These would include a shotgun style butt stock,special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,tang sight etc.




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