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January 23, 2020 - 12:14 am
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 Just wondering if there is a published list of the serial numbers for the Model 9422? The rifle has been out of production now for a decade and a half.One would think that who ever has the numbers, would release them after this much time.Smile

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28 gauge,

they are keeping a list of 9422 dates of manufacture at rimfire central.

The link below may help.  

https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=115110

Also, I think Winchester Repeating Arms has the dates of manufacture for the 9422.  You may need to call them.

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 Interesting ,tionesta1.Seems you can call Winchester and they will look up the serial number.It begs to offer the question of why, they do not just list the information some where,so all could look at it.Seems to me ,that would cut down on a lot of telephone calls and the use of company time spent looking up serial numbers.

 

  I hope someone will write a book on the Model 9422.They are beautiful firearms and I would be at the top of the list to buy a book on them.I bought one new back in 1978 and it has brought home quite a few rabbits.:)Have since then bought a Model 9422 Classic with the curved butt plate and longer barrel.I have shot it,but for the most part ,it is a safe queen that just gets admired.Smile

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28 gauge,

I agree with you. I wish there were a book written about the 9422.  There certainly are a lot of variations and special runs of them. They are well made solid guns. I have an early four digit serial number one new in the box.

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 Yes, there is a lot of growth potential for collecting the Model 9422.That is a nice rifle to have, an early 4 digit ,new in the box.I still have the box that for the  carbine I bought brand new came in.However the Classic rifle I have was bought second hand and although it is in mint condition ,I do not have the box for it.

 

 No doubt as collectoer interest grows in the model a book will come,sooner or later.Sooner I hope.Smile Did read a nice article on the Model 9422 ,on line sometime ago.It gave an over view of the models and their introduction.

 

 It would be great, if Winchester would release and post the serial numbers,instead of having to call to get the manufacture date for each rifle a person whats to know that information on.Smile

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 Just checking my records and I see I purchased the brand new  Model 9422 carbine in 1979,not 78 as I had thought.The Classic I purchased second hand  in 2016.In 1979 I purchased the carbine for $210.00 tax inc. and I was given a box of cartridges with the rifle.Smile

 

 Looking at the serial numbers provided at rimfirecentral, the serial number of my carbine fits in the 1975 range and the classic fits in the 1983/1985 range.

 

 Does any one have any idea of what the serial numbers for the Model 9422 started with?

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I suspect the serial numbers started with f1 and went from there.

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 Yes, there is a lot of growth potential for collecting the Model 9422.That is a nice rifle to have, an early 4 digit ,new in the box.I still have the box that for the  carbine I bought brand new came in.However the Classic rifle I have was bought second hand and although it is in mint condition ,I do not have the box for it.

 

 No doubt as collectoer interest grows in the model a book will come,sooner or later.Sooner I hope.Smile Did read a nice article on the Model 9422 ,on line sometime ago.It gave an over view of the models and their introduction.

 

 It would be great, if Winchester would release and post the serial numbers,instead of having to call to get the manufacture date for each rifle a person whats to know that information on.Smile  

I too believe there is a lot of growth potential for the 9422. They are still relatively inexpensive compared to the older Winchester rimfires, and you can still find many in new condition, and some scarce models as well, like the 9417 where they were only produced during 2003/2004.

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I have a Winchester 9422m  22 win mag  serial number F106396 any idea when it was made and the value of it 

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Mike,

It was manufactured in the year 1973. The value is determined by graded condition of the rifle.

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