That information would be necessary to obtain a more accurate valuation. Winchester has revived the model 94 and currently produces an 1894 since around 2012 Over the years the Winchester Model 94 was available in many different calibers, for example: the. Still aiming with the bottom leaf, bullets hit only 1. Year Ending Serial Number Year Ending Serial Number 1894 14,579 1934 1,091,190 1895 44,359 1935 1,099,605 1896 76,464 1936 1,100,065 1897 111,453 1937 1,100,679 1898 147,684 1938 1,100,915 1899 183,371 1939 1,101,051 1900 204,427 1940 1,142,423 1901 233,975 1941 1,191,307 1902 273,854 1942 1,221,289 1903 291,506 1943 serial numbers not available 1904 311,363 1944 serial numbers not available 1905 337,557 1945 serial numbers not available 19063 378,878 1946 serial numbers not available 1907 430,985 1947 serial numbers not available 1908 474,241 1948 1,500,000 1909 505,831 1949 1,626,100 1910 553,062 1950 1,724,295 1911 599,263 1951 1912 646,114 1952 1913 703,701 1953 1914 756,066 1954 1915 784,052 1955 1916 807,741 1956 1917 821,972 1957 1918 838,175 1958 1919 870,762 1959 1920 880,627 1960 2,469,821 1921 908,318 1961 1922 919,583 1962 1923 938,539 1963 2,586,000 1924 953,198 2,586,001 through 2,699,999 were not used 1925 978,523 1964 2,797,428 1926 997,603 1965 2,894,428 1927 1,027,571 1966 2,991,927 1928 1,054,465 1967 3,088,458 1929 1,077,097 1968 3,185,691 1930 1,081,755 1969 3,284,570 1931 1,084,156 1970 3,381,299 1932 1,087,836 1980 4,892,951 1933 1,089,270 About GunCollectionsOnline - -. Winchester used the slower twist to reduce fouling retention when creating a new cartridge for sportsmen who wanted to reload their own ammunition using black powder and cast bullets.
Yet several hundred thousand Winchester and Marlin rifles were chambered in the cartridge over the decades, and half of those rifles are likely still being shot. Please remember that this information is a compilation over time -- collected from secondhand information. Quite a bit of bluing remained on the barrel and magazine tube, but none was left on the receiver and lever. It's a carbine with a 20-inch barrel and full-length magazine. There are two significant events during its production: In 1964, beginning with serial numbers from 2,700,000 and on, certain parts in the receiver were built with stampings rather than machine work. In general guns are made to shoot except the highly engraved pieces of art that I would not own because I don't even like the look of them let alone their extravagant price. I filled in the major gouges in the buttstock and fore-end with stock epoxy, closed a split in the fore-end with glue and sanded out some nicks.
Obama, the price of guns is soaring as his anti-gun of any kind position is very well known. I have review several manuels on the Model 94 but have not found any ref to the 32 Special. We work hard to bring the best Firearms Forum has to offer! Repeating Arms was the manufacturer of Winchester rifles. The price depends on the condition of the gun, the date of manufacture, and the current market. Cabela's has some in their gun library that I'm interested in. Adobe Reader is available free from Adobe.
Could you be asking about a Winchester model 64 rifle,or could you be miss … ing one more number to the serial number posted? Sorry you are not getting any information. As these guns are most interesting to collectors. Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post. But that is just my observations. It has the pistol grip stock. That's why I posted this subject in this forum.
According to Winchester's original claims, the. I moved a target frame to the 50 yard line from my shooting bench, stapled a target up, and proceeded to shoot a nice 3 shot group from the bench. The 64 in your original post threw iskra off. Also, due to the slow twist of the barrel, accuracy suffered when the barrel exhibited wear. As near as I can gather , the 64 is supposed to be some kind of modification of the Model 94. Hope to hear from you all again soon.
Soon after, in 1895 Winchester offered a new cartridge in the Model 1894, the. Sure some guys have the money to shell out rifles and don't balk at the price. Repeating Arms ceased production of the Model 94 on March 14, 2007. Quote: Yes, but what people actually move rifles for is usually a lot less than your examples. I have found a few of the older Lyman 311291 round nose gas check molds which cast bullets larg enough to use in the 32 Special as cast and handlubed. The wood is very nice and there are only a few slight scratches on the metal. Any info would be of great value.
I am thrilled with my purchase. Supposedly they have a compromise barrel twist too that gives them a reputation of inaccuracy but that also has not been proven to my satisfaction. Sounds like any way you look at it, it was a good purchase. If you have a firearm related question, please register and post it on the forums. Bore is good and it shoots straight. Special cartridge has been gasping a dying breath for decades.
I put a Williams aperture sight on it and the gun is remarkably surprisingly accurate. Your rifle was manufactured in 1951. Personally, I think shot placement more than bullet diameter plays a larger role in performance between these two cartridges making the difference between the. Here's a couple examples Yes, but what people actually move rifles for is usually a lot less than your examples. These pages were scanned from documents compiled over the years by the customer service department of Winchester Repeating Arms. In general, this information is the same that you would get if you called our customer service department and asked them for the information. The '94's gouged and cracked stock looked like the gun had been used to build fence.