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Jonathan said

Smooth stock. I will send the pictures via email  

That makes it a Standard Rifle.  I will look for the pictures.

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I am mortified that you don’t have a Winchester 1911 Shotgun category… LOL

I do have one with a 3 digit s/n. I refer to it as the anti-browning gun. Shoots fine, you just have to be vigilant in your firing order protocols. It’s a nice side story to my Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen.

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Corey Freeman said
I am mortified that you don’t have a Winchester 1911 Shotgun category… LOL

I do have one with a 3 digit s/n. I refer to it as the anti-browning gun. Shoots fine, you just have to be vigilant in your firing order protocols. It’s a nice side story to my Browning A5 Sweet Sixteen.

  

In the many years that I have been collecting Winchesters, I have yet to encounter anyone who collects the Model 1911 (the single worst Winchester ever designed).  So, I suspect that you have already forgiven us for neglecting to add it to the list.  That said, you could volunteer (step up to the plate) and start a survey for it…

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Where can I find the lists of each model being “surveyed” to see if my rifles/shotguns are already included?

Thanks, Steve

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 You are in the right thread, just go to the first post. T/R

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Thanks for your reply, I’m looking for the actual lists to see if my serial numbers are already accounted for. Are the different model lists available somewhere for members to view?

Thanks, Steve 

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Thanks for your reply, I’m looking for the actual lists to see if my serial numbers are already accounted for. Are the different model lists available somewhere for members to view?

Thanks, Steve 

  

Steve,

I can only speak for myself, but I personally do not publicly post all of the Winchesters that I have documented in my research surveys.  For some models, the list would be absolutely enormous.  For example, if I were to print my Model 1894/94 survey, it would currently be more than 900 pages long.  My Model 71 survey with just 3,077 rifles documented is 126 pages long.

I recommend that you contact the person who is surveying the model(s) that you are interested in and ask them if your specific Winchesters are documented (listed) in the subject survey.

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