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Winchester 32 Special markings
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James Shortill
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March 8, 2016 - 12:48 am
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     I have a 1958 year of mfgr. Winchester Model 94, Caliber 32 Special.  This carbine is in good shape. 

On the flat portion of the trigger assembly just forward the trigger are the small stamped initials, “MO.”  Can anybody assist in identifying what these initials mean?

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Hello James,

The stamped marking you refer to is an inspection mark, and it varies based on which inspector looked at the gun. There is no listing of which marks were used by specific inspectors.

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Thanks.

 

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