This will not fit a model 12
The model 100 .30-30, if it's the one with the visible hammer, is a copy of the Winchester '94. It was probably made by Winchester. A Winchester '94 stock can be made to fit. If it's the hammerless model it's a copy of a Savage '99. A Savage '99 stock can be made to fit it. TexasCharley -- Post-64 Winchester Model 94 -- The Ted Williams/Sears Model 100 is a version of the Winchester Model 94 as made for Sears by Winchester. They originally had walnut-stained hardwood stocks. We can supply new walnut stocks to fit. email@example.com
sorry, no it won't. the trigger guard and floor plate, the hole spacing, the recoil lug, barrel, and several other measurements are proprietary to either post or pre 64 70s.
Yes...1200, 1300, 1400, 120 and 140 Butt stocks are interchangeable.
No, Winchester 1400
Possilby, but, may need to be fitted.
The only barrels that will fit the Winchester model 120 are all model 1300 winchester barrels,and most model1200 Winchester barrels.So the answer to your question is No.
No, it will not. Check this website for a 1400 stock and forearm. Under the description it specifically states that it will not fit the sears 300 model. http://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi/PROD/1400stocks/RAM14111
No, a Marlin 881 stock cannot fit in a model 81. The stock would fit an 881, not an 81.
A model 7 stock would not fit a 600 Mohawk. The stock and the trigger guard do not line up correctly, although the stock may fit on the gun.
yes they are one in the same
I own a sears model 200 that is in bad need of a new stock. Like I am sure you know the gun was actually produced by Winchester and most of the parts are interchangeable with the 120/1200/1300 and some 1400 parts. However, to my knowledge there are no true Winchester stocks that fit directly on the Sears. They modified the rear of the chamber housing and the trigger group. The only other means I know of is that Winchester also labeled Ted Williams shotguns of the era and their construction is very similar. Be wary of swapping stocks even amongst sears labeled guns a model 300 stock will not work on a model 200, at least not without modification.
The Sears 200 is a Winchester Model 1200 with some minor modifications. Winchester 1200 of the same gauge will fit the Model 200 receiver. Buttstock and trigger group will not interchange.
No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
I recently called the Winchester historian and he said they were the same gun also a model 1200 barrel will fit.
What do you call your gunA Winchester 77 if a semi auto .22 rimfire, the .22 hornet cartridge will not fit and cannot be made to fit into a model 77