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Model 94 Trapper Butt Stock
November 20, 2018
4:07 pm
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Would like to know if the model 94 trapper ( serial # 4834xxx ) 
manufactured in 1980 has the same butt stock as all 1980 era
94's  I need to replace the one I have , at one point in time someone
shortened  the stock and added a recoil pad , 

Edit to add ; when I took off the butt stock it fell apart , I knew it
was cracked , did not know it was broke , plus the fore end wood
has a crack in it , so I'm looking for a unfinshed set that I can
stain myself .

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November 21, 2018
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December 3, 2018
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Is my question out of order ? just want to know if a " standard " Model 94 butt stock
will fit my trapper which was manufactured in 1980 , was hopping somebody could
inlighten me as I know about zero about these rifles

December 3, 2018
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Greg said
Is my question out of order ? just want to know if a " standard " Model 94 butt stock
will fit my trapper which was manufactured in 1980 , was hopping somebody could
inlighten me as I know about zero about these rifles  

Your question is not out of order.  I can't with complete certainty answer your question.  My guess would be that a 94 stock would fit but may take some work to get it to aligned in the tang channels and the faces around the receiver. If you aren't worried about the gaps it may just slip on.  The 94 stock is the same as other models too.  I just can't remember which ones.  Someone like Doug Turnbull can make you new wood and fit and finish it too.   I do not know where you live but I would take the gun, minus the stock, to a collector gun show.  Wood can found and then test fitted.

December 3, 2018
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Greg,

Your question is not "out of order", but it is somewhat outside our interest zone and level of knowledge. We primarily deal with "collectable" (Pre-1964) production Winchesters.

Bert

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December 4, 2018
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Thanks guys , I'm in Eastern WA. St. , not to many shows in my area ,
most likley will source a stock from a online vendor , any suggestions
in that area ?

December 4, 2018
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If you know exactly what you’re looking for you’re likely to find it on eBay.

December 5, 2018
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Bert H. said
Greg,
Your question is not "out of order", but it is somewhat outside our interest zone and level of knowledge. We primarily deal with "collectable" (Pre-1964) production Winchesters.
Bert  

Bert, if this were an antique gun what stocks are the same from model to model?  Like will a 92 or 73 stock fit a 94?

December 5, 2018
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Chuck said

Bert, if this were an antique gun what stocks are the same from model to model?  Like will a 92 or 73 stock fit a 94?  

Art Pirkle claims that the Model 1892 and Model 1894 stocks are interchangeable... I have never tried it to see if it is true.  Generally speaking, swapping stocks from one gun to another seldom results in a perfect fit.

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December 6, 2018
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Carbine and rifle stocks and forends will interchange between the 1892 and 1894 with few exceptions.  Fit is perfect, more often than not.

December 6, 2018
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Thanks guys.  This is something Walt had taught me but since I don't do restorations I have forgotten a lot of what I once knew.

December 6, 2018
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I have a set of Modern '94 stocks available if You,re interested. They are about 2xxfancy grain walnut with a original varnish,I think, finish.The fore end is 9 3/8" long and is for a octagon bbl. so probably no good to You. the butt is 13 1/4". There is no marks on them, I've had them a long time and I think they came from a Mod. 94 Classic, 1980's vintage. I also have a set of stocks for a very early first mod. 94  oct. bbl. rifle.

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