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This is a high-class place so act respectable. We discuss most anything here Forum rules Welcome to the Leverguns. Com General Discussions Forum. We discuss most anything here other than politics Please post political post in the new Politics forum. Contact Mike D. Model Winchester dates of manufacture.
Quote Post by Mike D. Strange, but true. Maybe it will offer some clarification, or perhaps further confusion, on the ' The argument over the guns is of little consequence, as the '94 at that point, IMO, is on the margin of collector interest. The ramp front sight had become standard and the character of the true blurred. The excitement over the "flat band" and "pre-war" status is lost to me. All '94s look the same from the early s forward.
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How can you find the age or year of manufacture for Winchester and 94 rifles? The Cody Firearms Museum holds the records of 3. Information that may be in a record includes the date the gun was received into the warehouse, the configuration of the gun, and the date the gun shipped out. The company to whom the gun was sent may be available for very late Model model and s and most of the run of the Model There are no records for the Models 42, 12, 54, or There is a charge for Factory Letter information but this and any other questions should be answered by contacting the Records Office.
This is not due to the quality of work performed by Mr. Madis, but by the questionable data provided to him. It is up dating the collector to make the best use of this data that they can. These serial figures assume an equal produced each year of these gaps in the record. s through were not used. He is now aware of this error and has not had time to make a correction. He just assumed that the tables published by others were taken from Madis information. The differences are: CFM ; attributed to Madis, really "Others" actual Madis Notice the transposing of the Minnesota and "75" in these dates?
Which is correct?
Also, the s given by Kennedy, attributed to Madis, for - are those given by "Others," not Madis. President Abraham Lincoln. Re: Model Winchester dates of manufacture. For the past 5 years he has spent at least two weeks a year with a volunteer at the Cody Museum of Firearms research room. This is a post that he has made and I hope you find it as informative as I have.
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As many of you will undoubtedly note, the figures I have compiled below vary ificantly from Minnesota s published by George Madis in his tomes "The Winchester Book" and "The Winchester Handbook". All of my statistical s were derived from a detailed survey conducted by the Cody Firearms Museum of the firstserial records, and from the Polishing Room Serialization Record Books held by the Cody Firearms Museum.
Undoubtedly, all of the caliber, and the Rifle versus Carbine production ratios would change drastically if the records were available for serial s- 2, The Polishing Room Serialization Record Books PRSRBs which contain nothing more than just the serialfortunately survive up to serial 1,, which was manufactured on December 29th, Production ratios for the firstModel s made: Winchester began producing Model 94s at an accelerated pace starting in By the end of the yearMadis' published DOM list and the PRSRB records only differ by just 17 serial s versusbut they rapidly begin to diverge in the ensuing years.
The PRSRB records end at serial 1,, which is listed as the last Model 94 serial recorded on Dating 29th of Following WW II, Winchester averaged approximatelyModel model per year from -then about 55, per year through The s I have listed below are estimates that are based on my research survey, and they should not be relied upon to determine an "exact" DOM.
Burton on February 2nd, The following list contains verified Model dates based on the factory warehouse ledgers held by the Cody Firearms Museum. It should now very clearly show the progression of verified dates of manufacture.