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1906The Model 1906 was introduced as a low cost version of the Model 1890, and came with a 20” round barrel. Between 1906 thru 1932, approximately 800,000 were manufactured, all in takedown configuration and in .22 RF caliber. Standard and Expert semi-pistol grip versions were available. Special order options include walnut stocks and nickel plating.

Original Winchester factory records are available for this model from the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody , Wyoming , from serial number 1 thru 79999.



1893

 

The Winchester Model 1893 Slide Action Shotgun was designed and patented by the Browning Brothers, and was the first successful slide-action shotgun. It was introduced in May of 1893, and was manufactured until July of 1897. It was made in 12 Gauge only, and with a 2-5/8” chamber only, with 30” and 32” rolled steel Full choke barrels as standard.

Production of the Model 1893 was relatively short lived due to the action proving itself to be too weak when smokeless ammunition was introduced in the mid 1890s. This design flaw was corrected with the introduction of the Winchester Model 1897 Slide Action Shotgun. The total production for the Model 1893 was 34,176 guns.

Special order features included fancy checkered walnut stocks, Damascus steel barrels, and non-standard barrel lengths. A Riot Gun with a 20 inch rolled steel barrel was also available.

Original Winchester factory records are available for this model from the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, Wyoming, from serial number 1 thru 34050.

 

Winchester Model 1893 Pump Action Shotgun
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1890-03Designed by the Browning Brothers, the Model 1890 was Winchester’s first slide-action rifle, and chambered for the .22 caliber rimfire Short, Long, Long Rifle and Winchester Rimfire (WRF).

The First Models were offered exclusively in solid frame; subsequent models were offered also in takedown configuration. All first and early second models had case hardened receivers. After approximately 1901, with the introduction of the third model, all receivers were blued. Special features include pistol grip and straight grip fancy checkered walnut stocks.

Original Winchester factory records are available for this model from the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, Wyoming, from serial number 1 thru 19999, and  30000 thru 329999.



oliver_winchester_mainThe Winchester Repeating Arms Company was a prominent American maker of repeating firearms, located in New Haven, Connecticut.  The Winchester brand is today used under license by two subsidiaries of the Herstal Group, Fabrique Nationale (FN) of Belgium and the Browning Arms Company of Morgan, Utah.

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