What kind of barrel does a Winchester 1894 have?

What kind of barrel does a Winchester 1894 have?

At this time, this is one of only two known relief engraved model 1894s, and has been featured in the May/June 1982 issue of The American Rifleman magazine; the Winchester Engraving book by R.L.Wilson on page 255, and the Winchester Collector magazine. mfg 1894 – 22” octagon barrel; full mag; straight grain walnut stocks; crescent buttplate.

What kind of stock does a Winchester 94 have?

Your 94 has a 24″ barrel; the caliber is 7-30 Waters and the rifle has a fancy (select) checkered walnut stock – You have a XTR Winchester 94 Carbine. The gun is blued, the barrel will be round, the stock fancy (select) checkered walnut, and the buttplate will be carbine style.

What was the factory engraving on the 1897 Winchester rifle?

The factory engraving and checkering are identical to that illustrated in the 1897 Winchester catalogue “HIGHLY FINISHED ARMS” and shown on pages 209-211 of “THE BOOK OF WINCHESTER ENGRAVING” by Wilson. This rifle has a full-page illustration and description on page 426 of “THE WINCHESTER BOOK” by George Madis.

How big is the barrel of a Winchester?

My gun is a lever action 94 Winchester with a barrel LESS THAN 20″ LONG. The barrel can be either 18″, 17.75″, or 16″in length. a2.a.

My gun has either a 22″ or 26″ barrel, with a fancy walnut stock and forearm that are checkered, and a crescent metal butt plate. You have a Winchester 1894 Fancy Sporting Rifle. If the serial number is less than 14,580 add 100% to value. If your gun has a serial number less than 11,453 you have a “First model” Fancy Sporting Rifle.

How much does a Winchester Model 1894 trapper cost?

Winchester Model 1894 Trapper.30 WCF (W10808) $4,995.00 Winchester Model 1894 Trapper.30 WCF caliber carbine with 15” barrel, listed on ATF C&R list. The metal has a gray patina.

When was the Winchester Model 94.32w made?

Winchester Model 94 .32WS caliber rifle. Made in 1924 with rare special configurations ordered from the factory. From the forend to the buttstock you have features of a saddle ring carbine and from the forend to the end of the barrel you have the features of a rifle with ¾” magazine tube.

What was the name of the first Winchester rifle?

The Model 1894 has been referred to as the “ultimate lever-action design” by firearms historians such as R. L. Wilson and Hal Herring. The Model 1894 is the rifle credited with the name “Winchester” being used to refer to all rifles of this type and was the first commercial sporting rifle to sell over 7,000,000 units.