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Winchester Arms Collectors Association
PO Box 1007
Three Forks, MT 59752
The Red Book of Winchester Values,
By Larry Shennum, Ph.D., and Bert Hartman, B.S., Editor
The Red Book of Winchester Values helps Winchester collectors accurately price Winchester rifles and shotguns. This updated and expanded 4th edition provides both the beginner and advanced collector with resources and valuable information for all Pre-1964 Winchesters.
The Winchester Book
By George Madis
Whether you intend to buy 1 or 1000 Winchesters, you need this book in order to determine the correctness and originality of the Winchester you are thinking of buying. George Madis has done a remarkable, exhaustive job of presenting each model, its characteristics, variations, special order features, improvements progression, dimensions, historical background, predecessor models, and other pertinences to help you to know what you are buying.
The Sight Book
By George Madis
Written by George Madis, a world renowned Winchester expert, book includes 350 detailed illustrations and information about Winchester and Lyman sights. Allows the serious collector and the person with an interest in Winchester sight systems to research and authenticate sights. Covers every major sight produced, created for, and mounted on Winchester rifles throughout the entire history of the company. All information comes from original Winchester records.
Winchester Model Twelve
By George Madis
George Madis covers the history and background leading up to this fine gun, the standards and variations, malfunctions that can happen, their probable causes and remedies. He covers the various chamberings, markings, chokes, matting and ribs, sights available and stocks.
Winchester 1885 Singleshot Vol II
By John Campbell
This book is a must-have for connoisseurs of the Winchester Single-Shot and avid students of all things Winchester. In this incredibly researched sequel to John Campbell’s original work, The Winchester Single-Shot, collectors of the Model 1885 will uncover a trove of new information – much of it never before published.
Winchester's Finest The Model 21
By Ned Schwing
The Model 21 is considered by many to be not only Winchester’s finest gunmaking effort but also one of the finest American-made shotguns ever produced. Even in today’s world of technological advances, the Model 21 is still considered a superior double after its 60-year production run. Its strength and reliability have no peer.
Standard Catalog Of Winchester Firearms
By Joseph M. Cornel
Winchester’s “The Gun that Won the West” is among the most collectible guns in today’s secondary market. Winchester enthusiasts of all interests will benefit from the expertly analyzed prices, 500 superb color photos and technical details features in this one-volume reference.
Winchester, The Way It Really Was
By P. Muerrle
In The Way it Really Was, Pauline Muerrle, a former Winchester engraver, chronicles the days of Winchester employees throughout the history of the company. Many people think of firearms only when they think of Winchester, but the plant was like a small city with its own power plant, fire department, hospital, mail room and monthly magazine. This is a hard to find book and a fun read for those interested in Winchester.
Winchester Cartridge Boxes 1856-1956
By Ray T. Giles & Daniel L. Shuey
100 years of cartridge boxes from Winchester and its predecessor companies, Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., and New Haven Arms Co., including all the calibers cataloged for every rifle model from 1856 to 1956. Over 1,400 pictures, all in full color, tplus a Pricing Guide and a Rarity Guide.
Winchester Model 1876
By Herbert Houze
The first authoritative study of the Winchester Model 1876 written using the company’s own records. The specifics of the model – such as the numbers made in its standard calibers, barrel lengths, finishes and special order features – are fully listed here for the first time.
Historic Henry Rifle
By Wiley Sword
It was perhaps the most important firearm of its era. Tested and proved in the fiery crucible of the Civil War, the Henry Rifle became the forerunner of the famous line of Winchester Repeating Rifles that “Won the West.” To the amazed muzzleloader-armed Confederates who had to face this deadly “sixteen shooter,” it was “that damned Yankee rifle that was loaded on Sunday and fired all week.”
Winchester Bolt Action Rifles 1877 To 1937
By Herbert Houze
The world’s most popular and respected Winchester expert presents the ultimate guide to Winchester bolt action rifles. From the famous Hotchkiss through to the popular Models 54 and 70, renowned Winchester authority Herbert G. Houze covers both civilian and military bolt actions, starting off with five full chapters on the Hotchkiss. He then continues with eleven additional chapters about other exciting Winchester rifle
By Dennis Adler
Spanning the decades and every model designed and produced under the Winchester name, author and historian Dennis Adler has photographed examples of the world’s finest shotguns and compiled an encyclopedic volume of facts, figures, and historically relevant information destined to make this book a must have reference for anyone interested in American firearms.
Winchester 1885 Singleshot Vol I
By John Campbell
The Winchester Single-Shot is one of the most admired and sought after rifles ever made. In fact, the Single-Shot’s reputation has been without equal from the time of its invention by the legendary John M. Browning through today’s renewed enthusiasm for black powder cartridge shooting. This book covers every important aspect of the Single-Shot, from its design and invention to its many component parts, alterations, chamberings, sights, style variations and vital specifications.
Winchester Model 94
By Robert C. Renneberg
Since the publication of the ground-breaking first edition of The Winchester Model 94 – The First 100 Years, this revised and expanded edition is the culmination of the author’s relentless research on the Winchester Model 94. What’s more, is presents never-before-published information on the 1894’s elegant offspring, the Model 55 and 64 from readers over the globe. The result is the definitive study on the most successful lever-action rifle of all time.
The Story Of The Winchester 1 Of 1000 And 1 Of 100 Rifles
By Edmund E. Lewis
A comprehensive guide to Winchester’s dream rifles. No Winchester enthusiast can afford to do without this essential new reference. Includes critical information that will help identify valuable rarities and avoid fakes. Learn what makes these Model 1873 and Model 1876 rifles special and why they were made. Enjoy the colorful stories behind these premium weapons, which were often the prized possessions of Western characters like cowboys, cattlemen, trick shooters, rustlers, stage coach drivers and outlaws.
The Henry Rifle
By Les Quick
Profusely illustrated in dazzling full-color throughout. Index, bibliography, full-color pictorial dustjacket. A truly beautiful production. This book is the absolute “Bible” of the legendary HENRY REPEATING RIFLE, forerunner to the famous line of Winchester guns, and one of the earliest repeaters to fire metallic ammunition of the Civil War era. Virtually the technical marvel of its age, yet many U.S. military minds doubted that the average soldier could effectively operate it.
2019 WACA Calendar
The 2019 WACA Wall Calendar!
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2019 WACA Calendar
The 2019 WACA Calendar.
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Vintage Classic Cap Unstructured Cloth Strap W/Mtl, White
WACA Cap - Khaki
Vintage Classic Cap Unstructured Cloth Strap W/Mtl, Khaki
WACA Silicone -Treated Gun Socks
WACA Silicone -Treated Gun Socks - 3 Pack
WACA Table Cover
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Neutral Grey in color. (Rifle not included)
Embroidered WACA Patch
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Finely embroidered, approximately 3″ in diameter.
WACA Membership Pin
1″ Diameter enamel cloisonné lapel pin