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July 27, 2022 12:50 pm
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July 15, 2022 1:21 pm
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…suspect that you are overestimating how many of them were made in 284 Win. If you use the Model 88 production number statistics, the 284 Win accounted for just 13.8% of the total Post 1963 production. "Assuming" that the Model 100 caliber…

…production closely mimicked the Model 88, the total number manufactured would be much closer to 30,000 (Rifles & Carbines combined).

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July 11, 2022 12:22 pm
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…what little I have gathered from open sources thus far...the .284 cartridge was born in 1963. The Winchester model 100 was born in 1961. So The first year of production has to be 1963 for a Model 100 chambered in .284. The production line lasted until 1973 with…

…284 in 1961 & 1962... leaves 216,000 total. Say 20% of those were chambered in .284. that leaves a total run of 43,200 for the .284 from 1963--1973. The 19" carbine is the rarest... so say 10% of those are carbine .284's leaves 4,320 carbines with a 19" smooth stock without…

…in the 1970's...and lacking access to Winchester's data base and records and me refusing to pay $250 for a shipping record... That means my 1963, 22' .284 is a first year 1 of 3,888....i.e. rare for any Winchester or any gun whatsoever that has a brand name collectable firearm.

 

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July 11, 2022 3:44 am
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…what month? Thanks in advance. 

BTW it is an eastern carbine in 30 W.C.F.

  

Serial number 1172208

Probably more helpful 😌 

  

Model 94 SN 1172208 has an SNA of April 14, 1938. No other information is available from CFM. June was the best I could do at 2:30 this morning. 😉

 

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…in a rocker and someone asked him his opinion. He said, "I like the .32 special cuz it kills 'em so dead". Hard to argue with that. 

The old model 64 was an extremely well designed rifle for offhand shooting. They seem to hang real nice offhand much better than the carbines, them being a little

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July 3, 2022 12:34 am
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July 2, 2022 8:13 pm
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…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

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…free to add info on this rifle to their databases or historical information collections.  

S/N 294166 identifies it as a January 1906 production Model 1894.  When evaluating any old Winchester, the serial number is a critical piece of information that enables a more accurate assessment of the gun…

…in question.

In regards to your Model 1894, it is positively a piece-parts rifle.  The assembly numbers stamped on the various parts never match the serial number on a Model 1894.

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July 2, 2022 7:31 pm
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…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

Bert

  

Sorry… didn’t know if…

…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

Bert

  

Also, just pulled the

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July 2, 2022 7:24 pm
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…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

Bert

  

Sorry… didn’t know if…

…free to add info on this rifle to their databases or historical information collections.  

S/N 294166 identifies it as a January 1906 production Model 1894.  When evaluating any old Winchester, the serial number is a critical piece of information that enables a more accurate assessment of the gun…

…in question.

In regards to your Model 1894, it is positively a piece-parts rifle.  The assembly numbers stamped on the various parts never match the serial number on a Model 1894.

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July 2, 2022 7:21 pm
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…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

Bert

  

Sorry… didn’t know if

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July 2, 2022 6:39 pm
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…numbers be provided when asking for information.  The partial serial number you provided indicates that it is a late 1904 or early 1905 production Model 1894 Sporting Rifle.

The back half of the rifle shows a standard Sporting Rifle configuration.  The front half (barrel, magazine tube, and stock…

…) were originally on a 1946 - 1948 production Model 94 Flat-band Carbine and are not original to the gun.  Accordingly, what you have is a "Frankenchester".

Bert

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July 2, 2022 6:17 pm
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…be sufficient for a good cleaning. This Carbine has a rifle stock on it. I'm too lazy to look up the serial # to date it but looks like a Post War Model 94

How is the bore?

Apparently, this is a barreled rifle.

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July 2, 2022 5:41 pm
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…a big fan of the .32 Winchester Special and he believed that the .32 W. S. was more accurate than the .30-30 WCF. Back when I bought my first Model 94 a new carbine in about 1970, he suggested the .32 but I wanted a 30-30.

Everyone in my family had a .32 Win. Spl. me, my brother, my dad,

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July 2, 2022 3:25 pm
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…'encounters'.  Chambering a secondary matter particularly in lever acquisition context.  My preference for rifles most economically shootable . In Models 54 and 70, more liberal as redundacy in such as common '06 as decent specimens ever with 'good value' qualifyer.  Almost ever within omnipresent …

…context". 

The evolution of Walmarts of the World, genre as a great "chambering preference" qualifiers! "Benchmarks!" 🙂 🙂 🙂  My several Models 1886, as "granting shelter" grudgingly but each at good prices comparatively, as mechanism appreciated. All in .33 Winchester.  

While to

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