What was the serial number of the 1966 Winchester Centennial rifle?

What was the serial number of the 1966 Winchester Centennial rifle?

There were rifle (26″) and carbine (20″) barrel lengths, and sets of rifle andcarbine with consecutive serial numbers were also offered. The point to all of the gold and brass was to make the 1966 Centennial reminiscent of the brass framed Winchester 1866 “Yellow Boy” rifle that was Winchester’s first product.

When did the Winchester Centennial Model come out?

Beginning with the ’66 Centennial models in 1966, these rifles and carbines have been provided in standard production boxes, but covered with a full color printed sleeve depicting scenes of the persons / events the gun commemorates.

How much does a Winchester Centennial rifle cost?

The (2005) 25th Edition of Fjestad’s Blue Book of Gun Valuesquotes a 100% condition price of $450 for a Centennial ’66 rifle. That sounds like pretty good appreciation until you factor in the inflation that has occurred since 1966! I purchased a Centennial ’66 rifle in 1966.

What was the price of a Winchester rifle in 1966?

In 1966 a new Winchester Model 94 Carbine sold for $84.95, a Marlin 336C sold for $89.95, a Savage Model 99DL sold for $145, and a Centennial ’66 rifle or carbine sold for $125, so it was not outrageously priced.

What’s the serial number on a Winchester Model 94?

A Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine Serial A Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine Serial no. 2013973, .32 Winchester Special. 20 inch barrel. Blued finish.

How can I find the serial number of a colt?

Enter the serial number, without spaces or dashes, to search the database. If multiple models appear for your serial number simply match the date with the appropriate model, as certain vintage firearms can share serial numbers between different models.

Where to find the serial number on a Hot Rod Deville?

This code is located on the “QA” (Quality Assurance) sticker, which may be found on the back of the amp chassis. The sticker is a Black and Silver label, which contains several lines for “sign-offs” at the completion of sound and electrical tests, where applicable. The last line will have 2 letters of the alphabet either printed or written by hand.