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Where can you find information about a 25-20 Winchester Model 55 serial 5672?

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2006-10-30 02:10:50
2006-10-30 02:10:50

Something is wrong. The model 55 was never made in 25-20 caliber. Some were made in 25-35, is that it? Or is the model number wrong? Model 65s were made in 25-20.

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You do not state which model of Winchester you have? If you have a Winchester model 1892,then your rifle was made in 1917.


Value of a 1892 2520 winchester


What Model Winchester is it? Based on the partial serial number given, it could be either a Model 92 or a Model 65. As a side note, Winchester never used leading zeros in a serial number... there should be a "1" preceding the "007828".


Depending on condition but if the rifle is a model 92 the value is probably 300 to 1000 dollars.


Your Winchester model 1892 lever action rifle was made in the year 1907,with the serial number that you have supplied.


Many of the rifles are valued in price close to $2500 each. The amount will vary depending upon their condition.


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50-500 USD or so depending on condition


If we are talking about a Winchester model 1892?,then the value of your firearm is going for between 475 dollars for a gun with 10% original finish,all the way up to 1,900 dollars for a fine specimen with 80% original finish.


Several rifles were made in .25-20 caliber. The manufacturer and model number need to be identified as well as the serial to determine the date of manufacture.


25-20 is a caliber, not a model number. If the gun is a lever action, it's probably a model 1892, which were made up until WW2. In that caliber, it's probably from the early 1900's. If you go to: http://armscollectors.com/sn/windates.htm select the proper model number and enter the serial number, it will give you the date the gun was made.


Almost nothing unless you can prove it left the factory with a nickel finish.


1935, if you have one they are all date code stamped, see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.


2520 as a percent = 252000%= 2520 * 100%= 252000%


30% of 2520 = 2520*30/100 = 756


Wait what?? What the hell do you mean by that? Is that a complete thought?? Well, I'd have to asnwer yes. Glad I could help.



10 percent of 2520 is 252


Your question does not make sense. The Model 1894 and Model 1892 are two distinctly different rifles. Since the 1894 was never chambered in .25/20, we have to assume you have a Model 1892. That caliber was not introduced until the year 1895, so we have to wonder where the '1894' in your question comes from. As to value, it is impossible to answer your question without a LOT more information. Condition is everything with collectable firearms. Also, there were a great many special order options and configurations available with the Model 1892, all of which affect value. Digital pictures would be a big help. With the information you've provided we can narrow it down to a value range between $200 and $5000. sales@countrygunsmith.net



2520 yards = 1.43181 miles


60 seconds = 1 minute so 2520 seconds = 2520/60 minutes = 42 minutes.


That form of the Stevens name indicates manufacture between 1886 and 1915. Since you have a serial number, the Stevens historian may be able to give you an exact year, for a fee. savagearms.com should have his contact information.





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