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…H. said

Most likely early 1993. Does it have the Cross-bolt safety?

  

Bert H. said

Your Model 94AE was manufactured sometime after the year 2002, and before March of 2006 (when the U.S. Repeating Arms Company shutdown the New Haven factory…

…for good). The biggest issue with the late production Model 94AE is the fact that they have a tang safety (an ugly departure from the original design patented by John M. Browning), and as of this time, they…

…condition, it is a $250 gun, though there are lots of people asking $350 - $450 for them.

Bert

  

Bert, 

You seem to be the go to guy on Model 94AE’s and was wondering if you maybe able to help me as well. I have a Winchester Model 94AE 30-30 made in New Haven. The serial number is

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B. Beathard
September 20, 2022 6:52 am
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…80A, Model 69,72 receiver sight aperture - Apertures 'N' More,custom made sight apertures (aperturesnmore.com)

…-lever-action-src/

And here’s another good example:

https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/82/1016/conrad-ulrich-engraved-winchester-model-1866-lever-action-rifle

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September 19, 2022 7:44 pm
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September 19, 2022 3:04 pm
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…FOR A 74 WINCHESTER MODEL 94 I REPAIRED A SMALL DENT AND SCRATCH ON THE BOTTEM OF THE STOCK AND COULD NOT FIND A STAIN TO MATCH I DO FURNITURE REPAIR AND HAVE ABOUT 25 QUARTS

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THOMAS GWINN
September 18, 2022 8:03 pm
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No factory 24" inch barreled Model 75 Targets that I am aware of.  Very interesting!

What is the diameter at the muzzle?  Can you take some pictures of the front sight, crown and model roll-marking on the barrel?

You can email them to me at Abendshien @aol.com

Thanks!

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September 18, 2022 8:02 pm
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…inherited a Winchester Model 75 Target (Ser #87XXX).  My measurements from end of barrel to bolt head is 24 inches.

Everything that I have found online state that the…

…barrel length is 28 inches.

It definately is the target model (hooded front sight, adjustable Redman peep rear sight, six position front sling mount).

Did Winchester ever make a Model 75 Target with 24 inch

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September 18, 2022 7:21 pm
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…... now I know where & what to look for.  Based on my detailed survey of the Model 94/64, Winchester began stamping the "W" in late February 1939, and discontinued it in mid February 1941.  Thus far I have documented nearly (700)

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September 18, 2022 6:41 pm
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…Bert H. said:  

Jeff,

Please send me (or post) a clear picture of a "W" stamp on the Model 75 (and any other .22 models you have encountered).

Bert

  

Hi Bert,

I finally made it back home to take some pictures.  This one is on a Model 75 Target at the rear…

…of the trigger guard but I have seen the "W" on the trigger guards of some of the other .22 models also, just can't remember off-hand which ones.  I will shoot some pictures as I run across them, they are in the same location as the 75.

Let

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September 18, 2022 6:21 pm
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…regular M69-A will handle just about any shooting scenario. Most I have found to be highly accurate. You may even scope the later models with grooved receivers. The open sights work well for plinking and small game hunting.  Big Larry

 

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September 18, 2022 5:50 pm
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…gmail.com said

  My 52 is beautiful, but a tad heavy to walk around and plink with. 

  

A Model 69 Target or Match would be the ideal solution to that problem!

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September 18, 2022 4:42 pm
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…am looking forward to shooting this Model 75.  My 52 is beautiful, but a tad heavy to walk around and plink with.  The M9122m2 to me is getting too valuable to risk damaging it.  You are

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September 18, 2022 3:46 pm
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…had many Springfield 22's and even a Hoffer-Thompson. 1922, 1922 M1 NRA, M1 service model, M2, and a rare M2 NRA. These rifles may be a tad more accurate than a M75. Even come close to a target M52. I once had a M2 that put 10 for 10 in

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September 18, 2022 3:19 pm
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…caliber ? Thanks, Dale.  

Question 1; No, not yet.

Question 2; Yes, but not in Campbell's books... I conducted a caliber survey of the Model 1885 a few years ago (it took me more than 10-years to complete it).

Question 3; No, Winchester did not keep specific records of the caliber…

…1,793 of them (nearly 6%).  I will add them to my caliber survey at a later date.

I have posted the results of my caliber survey of the Model 1885 records here on the WACA forum several times in the past few years, but will post it again.  In total, there were (91) different cartridges…

…that Winchester chambered the Model 1885 for.  The top 30 cartridges account for 106,299 (96.6%) of the 109,999 recorded in the ledger records.

 

Cartridge/Caliber
Qty.
 

22 WCF
8,145
 

38-55
7,596
 

25 WCF/25-20 S.S.
7,555
 

22 Long R.
4,125
 

32 Short (RF)
3,903
 

44 WCF
3,875
 

32 Long (RF)
3,263
 

45-70
3,032
 

38 WCF
2,789
 

40-82 WCF
1,703
 

40-60 WCF
1,512
 

40-70 Sharps ST
1,428
 

30 U.S./30 Army
1,067
 

45-90 WCF
994…

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40-90 Sharps ST
743
 

38-56 WCF
701
 

22 WRF
662
 

45 EX.
631
 

40-65 WCF
562
 

25 R.F.
531
 

50 ELEY
512
 

45 ELEY
468
 

38 EX.
431
 

40-70 Ballard
316
 

22 Ex Long
288
 

32 IDEAL
267
106

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Richard Warrington
September 18, 2022 2:50 pm
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…is likely correct although it has been badly bent (the round extension shaft should be straight). 

The front sight should be the Winchester model 99A "mailbox" style sight to match the height of the 84A rear sight but a lower Lyman 17A style sight has been substituted and probably the reason

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September 18, 2022 2:10 pm
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…far as I'm concerned, the rifle should perform well at the range and is the very reason I bought it.  I had a much easier time finding a beautiful Model 52 and an M1922 M2 Springfield for my collection than this model 75.  I only buy guns that I can put my hands on, I don't do auctions.  The sights…

…on this Model 75 seem a little too elaborate for a low priced alternative to a Model 52, but I'm not well versed in the Model 75, as I stated above.  Additionally, there is very little info on the net.  It's good to see that a book is being published.  Of all the images I…

…ve googled on the Model 75, I have yet to find a rear sight setup like the rifle I possess.  The rear sight looks to have the same age and patina as the rest of the rifle,

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September 18, 2022 1:36 pm
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…gmail.com said

  I know next to nothing about the Model 75, other than I've always wanted one, but was never able to find a nice one that was affordable.

Can't answer sight question, except to say a

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September 18, 2022 11:50 am
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…bought this Model 75 because the price was right.  I know next to nothing about the Model 75, other than I've always wanted one, but was never able to find a nice one that was affordable.  Are these sights correct?

 

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September 18, 2022 4:26 am
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…you Bert, any guesstimates on the value?

Thanks!

  

$300 - $400 ?  I do not actively track or follow the sales prices on the Post-1963 production Winchesters.

Bert

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September 17, 2022 7:41 pm
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…said

Hello Sir Bert, I acquired a Model 94AE serial 6167577, made in New H. Conn. it’s in pretty good shape with just a couple dings on the stock and a repair where the sling mount is…

…it was manufactured in the year 1994. I have no experience or knowledge concerning the reliability or the bad and good points of the late production Model 94s.

Bert

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September 17, 2022 5:14 pm
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…Sir Bert, I acquired a Model 94AE serial 6167577, made in New H. Conn. it’s in pretty good shape with just a couple dings on the stock and a repair where the sling mount is

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September 17, 2022 5:05 pm
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…so if you happen to own a Model 64 in 219 Zipper

Bert

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September 17, 2022 4:23 pm
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…don't know enough about Marlins to even get into the conversation but if the barrel length issue is indeed true, then my skepticism of the Model 1892 is enhanced even more. In the seller description of the 92, the seller says "the serial number appears to have been hand selected off the

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September 16, 2022 7:25 pm
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…by shooting, but by application of the safety (which no target rifle needs anyway), which puts excessive pressure on that thin steel lip; in later models, this part of the rcvr. was made thicker, though it took the factory about 10 yrs to get around to it.  The crack, if it's there, doesn't make

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September 16, 2022 6:07 pm
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…stopped to look and chat with the gentleman at the table.  He had a New England accent and was very helpful answering my inquiries. 

Two of his Model 1892 carbines caught my attention.  Both had ramp front sights and the series 22 rear sights.  I remembered seeing that type of carbine pictured in

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September 16, 2022 5:48 pm
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…fine rifle than a man in the moon. Yes, the optics are better. I am old school. I have scopes from 1922 to the new modern scopes on some of my new model 22's. Mix and match I say.  My favorite is a 20X Lyman STS NIB given to me by a friend. Best scope ever. Big Larry    Original scoped M69.

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September 16, 2022 3:03 pm
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…shape of the receiver frame on the Model 94 was altered in January 1948, and it resulted in a corresponding change to the butt stock.  You did not mention the serial number (or date of…

…manufacture) on the Model 94 that you acquired without a butt stock.

Bert

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September 16, 2022 12:58 am
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…for one day and then it disappeared. I asked if they sold it, and they said it was behind the table. 

  

As attracted as I was to that Marlin Model 1897, I can't see paying $17,500 for anything that had the end of the barrel lobbed off

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September 16, 2022 12:08 am
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…what you'd have to pay on Gunbroker.  If you aren't aware, this is what collectors call a "Slowlock" to distinguish it from the later "Speedlock" model, the main diff being that your gun cocks on the final closing motion of the bolt, the later model on the opening motion, which most shooters prefer.

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September 15, 2022 11:26 pm
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…by shooting, but by application of the safety (which no target rifle needs anyway), which puts excessive pressure on that thin steel lip; in later models, this part of the rcvr. was made thicker, though it took the factory about 10 yrs to get around to it.  The crack, if it's there, doesn't make

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