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does someone have a parts list diagram for a original 1895? thanks for your help

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Chuck said
https://www.winchesterguns.com/content/dam/winchester-repeating-arms/support/parts-and-service/parts/12-arn-432-winchester-1895.pdf

  

Thanks I have looked at this diagram for the Japan made rifle but don’t see the screw I am looking for, My rifle is from 1912

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This probably isn’t enough information (no exploded diagram), but it’s the M95 parts list from the Winchester 1910 Catalog (copied from the bound Winchester catalog reprint set).  

M95-Parts-List-1910-1.jpegImage EnlargerM95-Parts-List-1910-2.jpegImage Enlarger

These are pages from the 1939 Winchester Component Parts catalog.  Still no diagram…

M95-Parts-List-1939-1.jpgImage EnlargerM95-Parts-List-1939-2-1.jpgImage Enlarger

I’m sure there’s an exploded diagram somewhere, but I don’t have a copy of one.  I didn’t see one in Brad and Rob’s book, either.

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https://homesteadparts.com/shop/a-free-download-winchester-1895-receiver-screw-identifier-p-1131.html?cPath=1_12

 

They also have a manual available if this isn’t what you’re looking for.

 

 

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TXGunNut said
https://homesteadparts.com/shop/a-free-download-winchester-1895-receiver-screw-identifier-p-1131.html?cPath=1_12

 

They also have a manual available if this isn’t what you’re looking for.

 

 

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Thanks

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Louis Luttrell said
JComer-

This probably isn’t enough information (no exploded diagram), but it’s the M95 parts list from the Winchester 1910 Catalog (copied from the bound Winchester catalog reprint set).  

M95-Parts-List-1910-1.jpegImage EnlargerM95-Parts-List-1910-2.jpegImage Enlarger

These are pages from the 1939 Winchester Component Parts catalog.  Still no diagram…

M95-Parts-List-1939-1.jpgImage EnlargerM95-Parts-List-1939-2-1.jpgImage Enlarger

I’m sure there’s an exploded diagram somewhere, but I don’t have a copy of one.  I didn’t see one in Brad and Rob’s book, either.

Best,

Lou

  

Thanks

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I have the NRA GUIDE TO FIREARMS ASSEMBLY. Page 372 shows exploded 1895 parts with the proper names for each part. Maybe this is what you are looking for. Don

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86Win said
I have the NRA GUIDE TO FIREARMS ASSEMBLY. Page 372 shows exploded 1895 parts with the proper names for each part. Maybe this is what you are looking for. Don

  

Sounds like what I need

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