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All of them that I have found thus far used the same flawed information found in George Madis' book (that he wrote back in the late 1950s). Serial number 954537 was actually manufactured in February of 1923.
I am in the process of writing and publishing a new Winchester serialization book (using the original factory records held by the Cody Firearms Museum). The website you reference is another example of the erroneous information that I have repeatedly mentioned.
I'm interested in the approximate value and date of this beautiful ol' Winchester. Last target session she functioned flawlessly, as always, and was very accurate.
Rather than give you a subjective description, you can judge for yourself with the array of photos. No scope holes or otherwise Serial # 1205970 (with "W" underneath)The number "36" is in front of the trigger Thanks!
The reason for this significant changes was now, with the increased popularity of receiver mounted scopes, it was necessary as the older, top eject did not allow for a traditionally mounted scope.
This Angle Eject redesign was produced in 1983 at about serial number 5,300,000.
Features such as controlled-round feeding and the three-position safety–not to mention classic good looks and a reputation for quality and accuracy–are just some of those measures. Since then, a long-term license agreement has been struck with Browning to manufacture and distribute Winchester-brand rifles and shotguns.
It should go without saying that one of the new guns is a Model 70.
they chose stamped sheet metal and roll pins for parts previously machined from solid steel.
Most of the shortcomings of the post 1963 Model 94s were eventually corrected, but the pre '64 versions remain the most desirable of all Winchester Model 94s.
I wasn't able to link all photos to this page below. Stan, There was nothing hazy about my last reply... If you remove/sand the barrel and reblue it, you will reduce the value of the gun by roughly 00 (not including the cost of having the work done to it).