the last model 1300 made in the U S were 2006.
The last year of production for the Winchester model 61 was in 1962.They made 10,661 rifles that year.
Model number changed to 46B(a) after that year
Not enough sales
Winchester stopped all firearms production in December of 1980. The U.S. Repeating Arms Compnay ceased production of the Model 94 in March of 2006.
The .25-35 Winchester cartridge was one of the first smokeless powder sporting cartridges introduced by Winchester in 1895, and chambered in their Model 1894 lever action rifle. The barrel of a 25-35 Winchester has the fastest rifling twist of all the pre-1964 cartridges chambered for a Model 1894 rifle or carbine. Winchester advertised that the 117 grain bullet would develop a muzzle velocity of 2,230 fps, and a muzzle energy of 1,292 fpe. Winchester discontinued the Model 1894 rifle and carbine that was chambered in .25-35 Winchester in 1936. Currently Winchester will make seasonal manufacturing runs of the .25-25 Winchester cartridge, and there are also other munitions manufacturers who cater to Cowboy Action Shooting who produce the cartridge. The value of your .25-25 Winchester cannot be determined unless it is examined by a person who has considerable experience and expertise with this model Winchester. The Model 1894 was made in many rifle, regular carbine, and saddle ring carbine variations, and to assign a value one must determine the date of manufacture, internal and external condition of the firearm, if the parts are original, if there are any significant markings, as well as other factors. If a Model 1894 Winchester that is chambered in .25-35 Winchester is in good to excellent condition with all of it's original parts, wood, and hardware the value could run into several thousand of dollars.
The Mossberg 46B(b) was only made in 1947-1949, when the model number changed. Excellent target rifle.
They haven't stopped yet, but may soon as the Winchester plant is for sale.
The Model 12 was removed from production in 1963, although a clean up production of existing parts continued through 1966.
I think 1927
The last model year was 2002.
2001 model year
The last savage model 24(the predator model) was discontinued in the year 2007.
Ford stopped making the first Model A in 1904, the first Model A lasted from 1903-1904. Ford stopped making the second Model A in 1931, the second model A lasted from 1928-1931. So technically the Ford Model A was only produced for four years.
All Pre-64 Winchesters were manufactured before 1964. That's what pre-64 means.
The 2005 Ford Thunderbird was the last model year
who makes the westernfield model m550a 12ga shotgun
They stopped importing it into the US after the 1995 year model.
The last YJ body Wrangler was a 1995 model.
If you mean the Crosstour the answer is yes, they will stop making this model in 2016. The Crossroad will still be made.
2010 was the last model year for the Ford Explorer Sport Trac