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October 21, 2023 - 2:15 am
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I have a 1977 manufacture Model 94 which was produced for export to Canada. Honestly worn, great shooter, a using gun which is not a safe queen for me. Anyone have any idea of the number produced was for the non-commemorative, utility grade carbines? First one I have ever seen.

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I am not aware of any standard Model 94s that were specifically made for export to Canada.  What led you to that conclusion?

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I am not aware of any standard Model 94s that were specifically made for export to Canada.  What led you to that conclusion?

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Were do the post-63 non-commemorative M94 .44-40 carbines fit into this?

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steve004 said

Bert H. said

I am not aware of any standard Model 94s that were specifically made for export to Canada.  What led you to that conclusion?

Bert

Were do the post-63 non-commemorative M94 .44-40 carbines fit into this?

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I would not classify a Model 94 Carbine in 44-40 as a “standard” gun.

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Bert H. said

steve004 said

Bert H. said

I am not aware of any standard Model 94s that were specifically made for export to Canada.  What led you to that conclusion?

Bert

Were do the post-63 non-commemorative M94 .44-40 carbines fit into this?

Steve,

I would not classify a Model 94 Carbine in 44-40 as a “standard” gun.

Bert

  

Was it a cataloged offering in Canada? 

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steve004 said

Bert H. said

steve004 said

Bert H. said

I am not aware of any standard Model 94s that were specifically made for export to Canada.  What led you to that conclusion?

Bert

Were do the post-63 non-commemorative M94 .44-40 carbines fit into this?

Steve,

I would not classify a Model 94 Carbine in 44-40 as a “standard” gun.

Bert

  

Was it a cataloged offering in Canada? 

  

I do not know if it was or was not.  I do know that Winchester made them for export to Australia.

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