No. WRF is a larger diameter cartridge, and does not interchange with .22 LR
Yes, a popular rifle.
No. The WRF (Winchester Rim Fire) is a larger diameter cartridge. It is the same diameter are the 22 WMR (Winchester Magnum Rimfire) but is shorter than the magnum, It may be safety fired in a .22 magnum rifle, but not in a 22 LR. 22 LR ammo should NOT be fired in a rifle chambered for 22 WRF.
With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle was produced in the year 1926.
Page 1732 of the 26th edition of the "Blue Book of Gun Values" lists the value for the Winchester Model 67/67A as between $225 for 100% (basically new in box) through $50 for a 60% (rather well worn) rifle. One in 80% condition is valued at $70. Add 25% for the Boys rifle (20" barrel), 100% for one marked as "WRF" (Winchester Rim Fire), and 100%-150% for smoothbore, depending on condition. These bolt action, single shot rifles do not have serial numbers. Approximately 383,000 were manufactured between 1934 to 1963.
WINCHESTER, MODEL,1890, WRF, REAL NICE $1,895.00 - GunBroker.com Winchester Model 1890 Takedown 22 WRF *1917* $799.99 - GunBroker.com Winchester 1890rifle cal. 22 WRF year 1910.td $1,895.00 - GunBroker.com
Model 41 Description: Targetmaster - Single Shot Bolt Action Introduction Year: 1936 Year Discontinued: 1939 Total Production: Approximately: 307,000 Designer/Inventor: C.C. Loomis Action Type:Single Shot Bolt Action Caliber/Gauge: .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle Serial Number Blocks: Starting: 00001Ending: 307000 Grades Offered: Model 41 Targetmaster, 41A, 41PS Variations: Model 41A Smooth bore, Model 41SB, 41AS is 22 Rem. Spl. or 22 WRF.
With the serial number that you have supplied;your Winchester model 1890 pump action rifle was made in the year 1912.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1890 .22 caliber rifle was made in the year 1915.Your rifle was one of the last 23 rifles made that year because Winchester,s first serial number for the year 1916 was 558,130.
From Savage Firearms. They bought Stevens in 1920, and it is part of their company.
Your Winchester model 1890,pump action .22cal rifle which was made in the year 1925,is valued at between 250-650 dollars,for a rifle showing between 10%-70% of its original finish,and a good bore.
The .22 WRF uses a larger case, and has a slightly larger bullet diameter (.224, as opposed to .223). The .22 WRF uses a flat nosed slug, as well.
$150-$200 if in caliber .22LR. These were also made in an obscure caliber known as .22 Special (aka .22 WRF)
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.22 WRF or .22 Remington Special
There is a .22 WRF, and a .22 WMR. WRF is Winchester Rimfire. Bigger than a ,22 Long Rifle, but shorter than a .22 WMR- Winchester Magnum Rimfire. If someone is using the term .22 MRF, it is an inaccurate term.
A Winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle third model which you have will bring between 250-800 dollars for a rifle showing between 10%-80% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.Your serial number indicates that it was made by Winchester in the year 1915.
Your Model 90 was a parts clean-up rifle assembled in 1941. Bert H.
Pretty much impossible to value with just the sn and caliber. 10-1000 USD range
Your Model 90 was a "parts clean-up" rifle assembled sometime in the late 1930s or very early 1940s.
This rifle was made before 1908. The Winchester Museum in Cody, Wyoming will have more specific information on your 1890 rifle or rifles made between 1890 and 1907 but the last I knew they charged for this information.
No. MOST of them are. The most popular "22" in the world is the .22 Long rifle cartridge, which IS a rimfire- as is the .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Extra Long (obsolete), .22 WRF, and the .22 WMR. HOWEVER- there HAVE been .22 centerfire cartridges, such as the .220 Swift, 22-250, and a European cartridge, the .22 Velo Dog. .22 caliber means that the bullet is 22/100ths of an inch in diameter. None of the centerfire rounds will interchange with the .22 LR.
While the rimfire cartridge was popular at one time, and there were more than 50 different rimfire cartridges, in different calibers, ranging from 2mm (about .08 caliber) to larger than .56 caliber. Today there are only about 7 different rimfire calibers still being loaded- the 17, 17 HMR, the .22 Short. Long, Long Rifle, the .22 WRF, and the .22 WMR. As far as different makes and models of rimfire rifles, there have been THOUSANDS of different rifles.
It was made in 1929, you didn't mention what caliber probably 22 rf so with a octagon barrel it's a 12C (if it is a .22 WRF / REM SPl) then a 12CS. The value is greatly dependent on condition in mint condition as high as 1,200 drops to 1/2 that price at 90% and then drops quickly from then on.