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…is in the range for the early Post-63 production rifles.  In the year 1968, Winchester added the "G" prefix to the serial numbers on the Model 70 to be in comp0liance with the GCA of 1968.

Bert

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January 23, 2019 6:18 pm
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…is an original Model 70 serial number, but it is not a Pre-64. Instead, it was manufactured late in the year 1966.

Bert

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January 23, 2019 4:39 am
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…- Wilson $15.00

The Winchester Book  1 of 1000 - Madis  $80.00 (Sold)

The Story of Benjamin Tyler Henry and his repeating rifle.  $70.00

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January 23, 2019 1:27 am
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…CFM to see if the gumwood stocks and sliding sight are original but for now, I forgot to capture the SN# and will get it tomorrow and edit; #345707 or 345797? Anyway, if it's original then the $1300 asking price may be just a tad high. Comments are appreciated.

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January 23, 2019 1:04 am
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…am fixing to buy a model 70 but when I tryed to look up serial # at Winchester they had no record dom. So I came to we’re the experts really are. I am not going to buy it…

…until sure if original. So see if you guys can make me the owner of this gun help me out. S#846628 model70,270 Winchester 

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January 22, 2019 11:12 pm
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…. The rifle functions 100% correctly and will shot .22 shorts, .22 longs and .22 long rifles. The serial number on the 1890 trigger frame is 617018, the serial number on the 62A receiver is 301415."

Would you consider it a Frankenchester, and given what has been done to it, what might the

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Gene
January 22, 2019 8:10 pm
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…verizon.net said

I recently acquired my Grandfathers Winchester model 42 410 pump action shotgun. Serial number 7010

Its in pretty good condition (needs cleaning). I have no idea what it is worth. I have seen posts from 200.00 to 2500.00. Id like to sell

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January 22, 2019 5:00 pm
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L677133 model 1200 12 ga with a red w button in the pistol grib and has maid in the USA on barrel can ya tell me something about my gun   

Early 1970s production gun... no other data is available.

Bert

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January 22, 2019 1:04 pm
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…recently acquired my Grandfathers Winchester model 42 410 pump action shotgun. Serial number 7010

Its in pretty good condition (needs cleaning). I have no idea what it is worth. I have seen posts from 200.00 to 2500.00. Id like to sell

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January 22, 2019 5:42 am
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January 20, 2019 7:53 pm
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January 20, 2019 12:48 pm
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…                          Received in warehouse;  May 13, 1899
                                Shipped from in warehouse; May 20, 1899 Order number 27704

Modified from original;      No

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January 19, 2019 9:32 pm
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…1885 (high-wall). The serial number range for the 3rd variation Winder Musket (also referred to as the Model 87), is typically 121000 - 139700, though there are a few hundred of them with serial numbers in the 67557 - 120900 range. When Winchester received the government contract in…

…206) of them listed in the records with a serial number < 121000. Serial number 67557 is the earliest confirmed serial number, and there were (70) of them found in the 101000 - 101999 range.

Bert

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January 19, 2019 5:42 am
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…adhere to the column labels.

The ledgers at Cody will not be made public. Its a source of revenue for them They sell letters to the public for $70 each and sell memberships which give you access to discounts on letters and the ability to get guns checked by phone or email.

Bob

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January 19, 2019 4:13 am
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…serial number is too high for a 1866. They went up to 170,101

Bob

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January 19, 2019 2:09 am
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…in the magazine article pictures.  

Frankly, I don't understand that--there's no relationship between power & base spacing.  High power target scopes generally use the same spacings as low power ones.  I don't know what the recommended base spacing was for this line of scopes, but when the

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January 19, 2019 1:19 am
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…as his first hunting rifle in Oklahoma. In fact in the last 40 years that I've owned it I've shot it at the range a number of times, this using 45-70 reloads that a friend made up for me. (Low Pressure, Smokeless Powder)

 Bill, allow me to thank you once again for your suggestions. All

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January 19, 2019 12:13 am
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…a M1894 in 38-55 and is on my 1916 oct. bbl. M1894 in 38-55. The sight came out in 1916. I added the sight several years ago and it was over $700. It is minty and matches my M1894. Maybe they have gone down in value, but a recent search for one for a lever gun brought no results. They

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January 18, 2019 6:08 pm
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…a M1894 in 38-55 and is on my 1916 oct. bbl. M1894 in 38-55. The sight came out in 1916. I added the sight several years ago and it was over $700. It is minty and matches my M1894. Maybe they have gone down in value, but a recent search for one for a lever gun brought no results. They

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January 18, 2019 4:59 pm
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…have a Winchester.22 WRF that is all original and in 95% condition It is also factory drilled and tapped for a target scope (the WP in an oval proof is moved forward on the top of the barrel so you can still see the proof mark if the rear target block was on the gun

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Randy
January 18, 2019 12:01 pm
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…Larry said

Most I have seen for lever Winchesters, are in the $600-$700 range. Big Larry  

Larry, Are you sure those aren't Las Vegas Gun Show prices?  Check out these SOLD ebay prices:

https://www.ebay.com/sch

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January 17, 2019 9:50 pm
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…a reserve!  (However, if you own a Newton, do you really want to separate them?)  

Most I have seen for lever Winchesters, are in the $600-$700 range. Big Larry

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January 17, 2019 8:48 pm
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…have a pre 64 Winchester Model 70 in super 30 it has the 22 g sight that I believe to be the right sight it is missing the elevator and the sight blade that is held in with one screw

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randy
January 16, 2019 7:26 pm
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…currently have a National Match and a Heavy Barrel Target model. Hoping I could score a Bull.

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January 16, 2019 2:30 am
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…to help some here, if you'll excuse the fact that some of the sights I'll show are not attached to M54s.  The M54 differed somewhat from the early M70 as far as how the factory handled barrel mounted rear sights on rifles equipped with a factory receiver sight.  Bert, please feel free to correct me…

…allowed it to be folded flat.  Sorry the sight in the photo is not in the center of the photo and that the rifle is a straight taper 375 MAGNUM M70. But it's good enough to show the sight:

Unlike the M54, most (but not all) early M70s used a Lyman 12S slot blank instead of the Lyman 6W:

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January 16, 2019 12:29 am
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…looking for in case others can help out.  Pictures aren't great, but...

Bull Gun (S/N 411042), 30-06 SPFLD.  28" extra heavy barrel:

Target Model (S/N 87131), .30 GOV'T'06.  24" medium heavy straight taper barrel:

Like Steve says, the '06 Bull Guns are uncommon while the '06 target rifles are relatively plentiful.  Biggest problem with any M70 target rifle is finding an unmolested one in the right condition, as target rifles…

…tended to get shot a lot more than hunting rifles and target shooters are by nature tinkerers.

Best of luck,

Lou

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January 15, 2019 10:45 pm
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…Larry,

I saw a similar sight on a 60A target on Guns International.  Looks like it is missing the aperture.  I will know if it fits for sure when it shows up.  As far as condition, the bore

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January 15, 2019 9:30 pm
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January 15, 2019 7:59 pm
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… are you looking for a Target in 30-06, or an actual Bull Gun? The '06 Bull Guns are quite scarce. Only about 800+ ever manufactured. On the other hand, the '06 Target rifles

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