You would be more likely to find the information you need at a model specific usergroup like the Classic Wing SIG MSN group http://groups.msn.com/ClassicWingSIG/
I think you're not finding any information because you've got your numbers mixed up. Winchester made a number of long guns made in .32 WCF, but so far as I know, there's no model 1884 and no model 82. If you'd like I can help you figure out what you have. First check all the information you find stamped on the receiver and barrel exactly as it's stamped in the steel. and include a brief description of the gun. (i.e. lever action, bolt action, single shot break action, tube magazine, box magazine, info like that will be important.) You can repost the info on this question or contact me via my message board, but don't be shy, I can probably help you figure this out,
There are many combinations. The easiest is 82, 82, 82, 82, 82. The 2nd easiest is 80, 81, 82, 83, 84. You can create any list using: (82 - 2d), (82 - d), 82, (82 + d), (82 + 2d). Just use any number for d.
Possible misread of 32 Long. There is no 82 caliber firearm.
Stevens model 82 by the J Stevens arms co. made between 1935-1939.
No, 82 is not a multiple of 9 because 9 can not be multiplied by any whole number to get 82. (9x9=81, 9x10=90, there is no 82 in between).
It is divisible by any of its factors which are: 1, 2, 41 and 82
Any of its factors which are: 1, 2, 41 and 82
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Some programs will not allow you to get funeral insurance at 82. The insurance will be very expensive at 82 because you are more likely to die a lot sooner that other applicants. Yes any type of insurance becomes very exspensive the older you get. I can not find any company taht will issue a funeral insurance policy at 82 years old.
i got a bike that has the same code and my says its a 82
Are you sure about the model number? I don't believe there is such an item.
180-98=82 degrees so that is the supplement.Geometry tells us that two angles are supplementary if their sum is 180 degree. to find out the supplement of 82 degree we subtract: 180-82= 78 degree. Answer: the supplement of 82 degree is 78 degree.
A+ = 82. * * * * * It depends on what measure you want: the angle subtended or the length of the curved segment, and also on what information you do have.
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
82 through 86
To find 65 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.65. In this instance, 0.65 x 82 = 53.3. Therefore, 65 percent of 82 is equal to 53.3.
To find 38 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.38. In this instance, 0.38 x 82 = 31.16. Therefore, 38 percent of 82 is equal to 31.16.