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Old 11-25-2013, 10:51 AM
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Trap55 - thanks for a redirect to this thread!

Model 61, 22LR/22short; serial 2094xx.

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Made mid 1953, with 14,420 made that year. Made 1932 to 1959, with production total of 349,000.
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1903 .22 auto #84206?

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1903 .22 auto #84206?

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Made 1913, with 7710 made that year. 1903 to 1932 total production was 126,211 rifles.
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thanks again, Winchester 73 src, 44wcf, number 546748b
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thanks again, Winchester 73 src, 44wcf, number 546748b
It was indeed made in the early part of 1900, with 14,629 made that year.
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Winchester model 97 1017719
Model 70 104201
52B 61150B

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Winchester model 97 1017719
Model 70 104201
52B 61150B

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Model 97 ser# 1017719 was made in Dec of 1954, with 4,034 made that year. There were only 6,982 more made after yours, with production ending in 1957.

Model 70 Ser# 104201 was made in early 1949, with 29,900 made that year.

Model 52B Ser# 61150B was made in 1940, with 3,725 made that year. Production ran from 1920 to 1979, with a total of 125,233 produced.
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Hey Trap, how about a Winchester 1894 #1663xxx?
Thanks in advance =)
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Hey Trap, how about a Winchester 1894 #1663xxx?
Thanks in advance =)
Mongoose, yours was made in the first two months of 1950, with 100,000 made that year.
From 1894 to 1963, the 100,000 production mark was made 5 times.
1915 with 102,906
1948 with 147,934
1949 with 100,000
1950 with 100,000
1951 with 115,000
1943 was the only year none were made, and 1944 only 13 were made.
Total produced from 1894 to 1963, was 2,600,000 rifles.
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Dang you are quick! Thanks for taking the time to look that up for me.
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How about a m94 30wcf 10486xx?
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How about a m94 30wcf 10486xx?
Made in 1929, with 22,234 made that year.
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Thanks Trap! This is a really cool thing you are doing and much appreciated.
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Thanks Trap! This is a really cool thing you are doing and much appreciated.
You're welcome, and it's my pleasure!
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Model 97 ser# 1017719 was made in Dec of 1954, with 4,034 made that year. There were only 6,982 more made after yours, with production ending in 1957.

Model 70 Ser# 104201 was made in early 1949, with 29,900 made that year.

Model 52B Ser# 61150B was made in 1940, with 3,725 made that year. Production ran from 1920 to 1979, with a total of 125,233 produced.
Thank you for this help!

Another 52B: 46317B
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Thank you for this help!

Another 52B: 46317B
Made in 1937, with 5754 made that year.
What are you doing OldShooter, trying to corner the market on 52B's?
BTW, the 52C's have the better trigger.
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The first was the one I shot in high school 63-66 (imagine a RIFLE club in high school?) and I picked up the second one (the older one) when I was shooting a lot of gallery/league matches. I have a scope on it and shot it in the optics league and used the other one for iron sights. Both still drive tacks! Paid $120 for the first one and $185 for the second. The model 70 ($225 in 1969) was my high-power NMC rifle until the Army have me a NM M14 and free ammo!
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The first was the one I shot in high school 63-66 (imagine a RIFLE club in high school?) and I picked up the second one (the older one) when I was shooting a lot of gallery/league matches. I have a scope on it and shot it in the optics league and used the other one for iron sights. Both still drive tacks! Paid $120 for the first one and $185 for the second. The model 70 ($225 in 1969) was my high-power NMC rifle until the Army have me a NM M14 and free ammo!
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Hey Trap, how about a Win 97 12ga -

E 751705

Thanks for all your help in this!
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Hey Trap, how about a Win 97 12ga -

E 751705

Thanks for all your help in this!
Made about Jan/Feb of 1922, with 12,218 made that year.
Out of the 990,651 made, sure is a bunch showing up on this thread.
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Made about Jan/Feb of 1922, with 12,218 made that year.
Out of the 990,651 made, sure is a bunch showing up on this thread.
Sweet!
I was using the old Madis info that said 1925.

Thanks for the quick reply and the corrected information!

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How about a fairly recent one?
Model 94 3120364
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What a great sticky!!

How about
Model: 1897 12ga
Serial Number: 359523

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How about a fairly recent one?
Model 94 3120364
I only have the pre-64 data. # 3,000,000 was assembled in 1970, so my WAG is yours was made late in 1970 or early 1971.
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What a great sticky!!

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Model: 1897 12ga
Serial Number: 359523

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Made in early 1907, with 46,162 made that year.
Tom, what part of Idaho? I'm in Parma every summer for a week, and own a cattle ranch on the other side of the state in Malad City.
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I only have the pre-64 data. # 3,000,000 was assembled in 1970, so my WAG is yours was made late in 1970 or early 1971.
Works for me, thanks!
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Made in early 1907, with 46,162 made that year.
Tom, what part of Idaho? I'm in Parma every summer for a week, and own a cattle ranch on the other side of the state in Malad City.

Wow, much earlier than I thought! Awesome, thanks a lot

I'm in the Boise area
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What can you tell me about my Win Model 1897 S/N 646573? The barrel is stamped 17.
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I have another Winchester Model 1892, serial number 403614. I have already put it into the survey, as I did for the one I acquired last month.

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What can you tell me about my Win Model 1897 S/N 646573? The barrel is stamped 17.
Made about Feb of 1917, with 28,259 made that year. That was a war time increase of 18,000 more that 1916. Jumped to 32,000 in 1918.
Is that the one you just got? Did it have any US markings?
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I have another Winchester Model 1892, serial number 403614. I have already put it into the survey, as I did for the one I acquired last month.

Peter in CA
Peter, good job! every rifle entered in the survey adds one more piece to the big puzzle.
Serial number 403614 was made mid 1907, with 46,755 made that year.
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Made about Feb of 1917, with 28,259 made that year. That was a war time increase of 18,000 more that 1916. Jumped to 32,000 in 1918.
Is that the one you just got? Did it have any US markings?
Thank you. 1917 is a year earlier than I thought. That is one thing I love about the gun - thinking about when it was made. Winchester was cranking during WWI.

I have had this take down model for several years. There are no ordnance marks. The gun I am looking to buy is a solid frame, 93924. Early 1900 I am told.
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Serial number 93924 was made early in 1900, probably about the end of Jan.
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Got another one for ya Trap.

Win. Model 12 12ga

11974xx (I don't know the full serial yet)

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Got another one for ya Trap.

Win. Model 12 12ga

11974xx (I don't know the full serial yet)

Thanks again for all the help!
That's an early one, made in 1915, with 32,772 made that year.
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Model '94 .30-30 Saddle-ring Carbine S/n 950347
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Model '94 .30-30 Saddle-ring Carbine S/n 950347
Made about Nov of 1922, with 15,722 made that year.
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45254
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Trap got 3 if you don't mind. All model 70's
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45254 Made in 1942, with 10,795 made that year.
54207 Made in 1945, with 2257 made that year.
84099 Made in 1948, with 26,005 made that year.
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