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Winchester 94 Carbine in 32 W.S.

sn: 1325419   (1942)

Flat main spring, second design hammer, Model 55 butteplate (4 3/4)

“L” fitters mark, Type 7 tang markings ( no dash), Type 8 (H) barrel markings. (32 W.S.)

 

What’s the highest prewar carbine?

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tucotom said

What’s the highest prewar carbine?  

Your pre-war was manufactured in March 1942.  The last “pre-war” carbine I have documented in the research survey is 1342955.  Per the factory records, serial number 1343183 was the last S/N manufactured in 1942 (August 23, 1942).

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Thanks Bert….

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