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As I recall, back in the 50's I used to buy any box of .22 ammo for something like 4 bits, at the hardware store in town. IMHO, 1 of 13,000 made 88 years ago is rare enough, especially a SRC! 1909 was a year of low production, the previous 5 years were all 40-50,000, and later 6 years from 30-102,000. That way you can bargain the price down if something has been changed.freonr22, if I didn't enjoy it, I wouldn't have made the offer.;) It's surprising sometimes what the actual date is, as opposed to what the owner thought, or was told it was. The 62 "A" came out in 1940 with a breech bolt change from the 62. If you just want a room broom HD 12ga, for the love of Winchesters, trade it to me for a ported 20"bbl 870 Express! That Auto Court was wiped out in the floods of the early 1950's. I was just in Woodland the past few days and at Mary's Pizza Shack in Dixon, one of our favorite places to go when we're down that way.And these youngsters just look at us funny when we talk about the good ol' days.: D I remember getting peeved when the price of a brick of 500 shot up to ! Bruce, bad guess.:) 13,000 was a relatively low production number for 94's, and think about how many have survived the last 88 years. The previous year of 1942, 29,882 were made, 1944 only 13 were made. One database I found reported 1908, don't remember what it was based on. I found a wall hanger at a Pawn shop that just came in and hasn't been priced yet. The gun showed poor storage but could be cleaned up. Bert comes down from WA for every spring and fall for the Big Reno Show. Some models at the end of production where assembled from bins full of parts. I worked for a Dixon trucking company back in the 1990's I love these threads, And thanks Trap for your efforts its nice to see what others have and some of the histories.It's been know for years that his info was incorrect, but until now, no one has done anything to correct it. Bruce, I'll have to ask Bert about your serial number to be sure, but I "think" some of those may have been parts clean up. The S/N is stamped on the bottom of the reciever where the barrel mates & on the bottom of the trigger guard. I have the newly updated dates of manufacture, and production numbers for Winchesters. Interesting note, in the following year, only 477 were produced. Where on the stock is the serial number, and how was it applied?Even now, The Blue Book still refuses to correct their data. Right now I have early 1949, with 20,860 made that year. Larry Shennum and Bert Hartman just compiled these dates from the Winchester Polishing Room records, and miles of microfilm converted to jpg. The dates in the Blue Book, and any you find online, are based on the Madis data, and are severely flawed. :eek: Post the model and serial number, use X's if you're worried about that stuff, but give me at least the first 3 digits, and I'll give you the DOM, and production numbers if I have them. Win m1911 12ga shotgun #(a)136xx Thank you Unfortunately, your Model 1911 was one model that was serialized, and no reliable records have been found as of yet.:( All I have on it is, they were made between 19, with a total of 82,744 made.I have the newly updated dates of manufacture, and production numbers for Winchesters.Larry Shennum and Bert Hartman just compiled these dates from the Winchester Polishing Room records, and miles of microfilm converted to jpg. The dates in the Blue Book, and any you find online, are based on the Madis data, and are severely flawed. :eek: Post the model and serial number, use X's if you're worried about that stuff, but give me at least the first 3 digits, and I'll give you the DOM, and production numbers if I have them.

:eek: You get him started on Winchester stuff and your head will explode!Next time I talk to him, I'll see what he has for you. I'd love to collect more details about the old hammer. has 2 tapped drill holes on side of rear receiver, I dunno what a sniper grade is? it would appear that mine is a std grade, thank you again, what a fantastic resource you offer!! BTW gentleman, you are all most welcome for the info!The Model 54 Snipers rifle had a carbine style barrel band w/sling swivel and.....a peep sight mounted on the rear receiver bridge. iin your spare time, if you happen to remember, how many ss were made would be totally awesome!! It's been fun digging in these serial number records, I'm learning something too!Serious Winchester collectors have a substantial investment wrapped up in their collections. Hartmans data to determine that my Winchester 94s were manufactured in the 1950s. Matt, I think all the 1894 data is the same, "maybe" updated with 1st year model dates/serial numbers, on caliber and configuration. Is that what you show and can you tell me anything more about it?When your valuable "Antique", suddenly becomes a less valuable "C&R", or your low number production year suddenly falls into a year that set a production record, you wouldn't want the unknowing sucker to see that, before you unloaded the rifle on him at a profit would you? gadjeep, one of Bert's cohorts is doing a survey on 1892's like Bert has on the 1885's and 1894's. John PR = Polishing Room, I made that note from the list here, pretty good indicator your rifle will letter from Cody. Thanks, Geologyjohnok, I'll try you :) model 54 30-06 with a Stainless barrel sn:31584a I the past i was under the impression it was a 1929? My '73 .44-40 SRC looked like it had been used for a grape stake, after hunting woolly mammoths!

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