Is a Winchester Model 94 A good rifle?
The Winchester® Model 94 Lever-Action Rifle is one of the most proven hunting rifles ever made. The lightweight and fast handling Model 94 delivers reliable, rapid fire with cartridges powerful enough for deer, bear, and hogs.
How can I tell if my Winchester Model 70 is pre-64?
1936 through 1963 Model 70 The best way to identify a pre-1964 Model 70 Winchester rifles is the serial number and the fore-end screw to secure the barrel to the stock. Model 70 rifles with serial numbers below 700,000 are the pre-1964 variety. The receivers of these Model 70s were machined from bar stock steel.
When was the Model 70 and 94 made?
For those Model 70 and 94 owners interested in when their specific rifle was made, the tables below show serial number range by year made. GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.
When did Winchester stop making the Model 94 rifle?
The Winchester Model 94 was produced by Winchester Repeating Arms Company through 1980 and then by U.S. Repeating Arms under the Winchester brand until they ceased to manufacture rifles in 2006. Winchester has revived the model 94 and currently produces an 1894 since around 2012.
What makes a Model 94 rifle so good?
Accurate, Exquisite, and Smooth. The Model 94 Rifles and Carbines being made today surpass the quality and craftsmanship of any Model 94’s made before. The button rifled barrels are triple checked at the factory, ensuring optimal accuracy. The smooth walnut stocks combine compliment the richly blued steel of the receiver and hardware.
When did the Winchester Model 94 become Ted Williams Model 100?
From 1964 through 1980, a version of the Model 94 carbine was also sold by Sears as the Ted Williams Model 100, as part of Sears’ marketing arrangement with both Winchester and the retired baseball star. In mid-1964, the manufacturing of the 94 was changed in order to make the firearm less expensive to produce.