Winchester Model 416 Rifle (Not a gun): Smooth bore barrel. Double pull trigger, 363 Feet per second: original cost $21 Excellent condition=$50 Good= $25 to $30 Fair=$15
Second Battle of Winchester happened on 1863-06-13.
Not Much If you have a second Year 1938 .But you have a Mauser action on it.That means the barrel is not Winchester. How did you decide that it is a 1938. the only way forsure to know is the Ser.No. on the gun .If it is a Mauser action. It would not have the correct Ser.No. i have a model 70 serial # 2760 its a 1937- the bolt # should match the barrel# pull the bolt back and look carefully on the bottom and you can see the bolt #
Your winchester model 74 was made by winchester in the second full year of production which was 1940.
That depends on the weight of the round and length of the barrel. The average 180 grain loading is 990 feet per second. Though you can purchase 135 grain loads at 1420 feet per second. So the easy answer here is it varies on the ammo and barrel length.
Your winchester model 1907SL was made by winchester in the second year of its production which was 1908.
in the aliens film, the pulse rifle had a shotgun as the second barrel.
Yes, if the lenders sells your loan to another lender. If you refinance -- No.
Your winchester model 55 which was made in 1925,the second year of production is valued at between 325 dollars for a rifle with only 10% of it,s original finish remaining,up to 1,300 dollars for a fine example with 80% of it,s original finish remaining and a good bore.
Depends on the speed of the bullet, and the length of the barrel. In the case of a .22 rifle, firing a bullet at 1200 feet per second, from a 16 inch barrel, it will take 1/75th of a second for the bullet to leave the barrel.
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Your very early model 1894 winchester rifle was made in the second year of production which was 1895.
If we are talking about a Winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle?Then the value of your rifle which is a second model take down which was made in 1893,will bring between 385-1,800 dollars for a rifle exhibiting between 10%-50% of its original finish remaining.As always condition is everything when evaluating these fine made older Winchester rifles.It would be best if you have yours appraised by A member of the Winchester collectors assoc.for a more accurate value.
This a double barrel shotgun. This is my second favorite shotgun in the world. The reason why it is called 12 Ga double barrel is that the barrel in 12 inches long, and every two shots, it has to be reload.
The Second Battle of Winchester took place in Virginia between June 13th to the 15th. This was a Confederate victory that led the way for Robert E. Lee's raid into Maryland and Pennsylvania.
A second home mortgage is a loan that you take to purchase your second home.
Needs to be looked at by a gunsmith
No, not a common defect. Couple of possibilities- first, there WERE Winchester 67s made as shotguns- to fire only .22 SHOT cartridges- so look closely at the barrel markings. Second possibility- these are older rifles. Wear, and buildup of deposits can make the shallow rifling disappear. Cure is THOROUGH cleaning, using a decent solvent such as Hoppes #9 and a bronze brush (clean from the rear, please). In general, the barrels cannot be rifled "after the fact"- the bore diameter would be too large.
A barrel roll.
@ 750 rounds per second per barrel
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 74 was made in the second year of production.which was 1940.That year Winchester made 36,195 model 74,s of which yours was one.
Your winchester model 1890 pump action .22cal rifle which was made in the year 1906 is a second model take down frame with either a color case hardened frame,or one that was blued.these fine made rifles range in price from 385 dollars for a rifle exhibiting 10% of its original finish remaining,up to 2,750 dollars for a extreme example showing 70% of its original finish remaining.
I believe you can purchase those on Amazon.
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