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New SRC’s
September 17, 2018
10:59 pm
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Over the past couple of months I bought these SRC’s.  The top one in the photos is a 38-55, the middle one is a 32-40 with a Nickel Steel barrel from 1906, and the bottom one is a 32 W.S. With a Lyman 21 sight.  Was never really excited about the carbines until I bought the 32-40.  I always preferred to use the rifles when I am hunting.  I will be using these this year I’m sure! The 38-55 is from 1910 and the 32 W.S. From 1927.79953085-4719-4860-92B6-55971DEA506A.jpegImage EnlargerAFAFEB5E-DF60-4BF5-9982-F328E6C59D96.jpegImage Enlarger 

I always enjoy seeing everyone’s guns.

 Thanks,

Nick

September 17, 2018
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Fine group of carbines.  Congratulations!  RDB

September 18, 2018
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Nick,

Nice start on a Model 1894 SRC collection!  Do I have the serial numbers for the research survey yet ?

Bert

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September 18, 2018
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Nice! You've had a very good run of purchases recently, congrats. Thanks for including the pics, eye candy always welcome.

Mike

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September 18, 2018
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Thanks for all the nice comments guys.

Bert,  Serial# 473260 for the 38-55,  #314496 for the 32-40 and # 1009135 for the 32 W.S.

September 18, 2018
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Nice carbines. thanks for sharing the pictures.

Al

September 18, 2018
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Thanks Al, see you soon.

Nick

March 11, 2019
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here is four of my

1892 Winchester serial number's

372738  32-40 cal

740495 25-20 cal

772518 44-40 cal

823850  38-40 cal

 

let me know what you think

March 11, 2019
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The Model 1892 was not ever chambered for the 32-40 cartridge, but the Model 1894 was.

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March 12, 2019
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I think it's obvious that eakerherman meant to type in .32-20.  I'm sure he knows his 92's.

March 12, 2019
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eakerherman1@gmail.com said
here is four of my

1892 Winchester serial number's

372738  32-40 cal

740495 25-20 cal

772518 44-40 cal

823850  38-40 cal

 

let me know what you think  

Good morning,

I have added the SN and caliber of each into my survey data of the 1892's.  Thanks so much.  BUT.... can I get more info on each please?  A series of photos of the stamped writing on each rifle would be fantastic.  My email is 2bitrifles@gmail.com   Let me know if you have specific questions about any of them.

Michael

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